Over the next week Children's Rosary groups will be meeting around the world. It is beautiful to contemplate Our Lord's words that indeed He is present when we come together in His Name.
The Children's Rosary helps to give children the opportunity to pray with other children and to have other children pray for them. Such time is so important for these little ones. While they are young they are so easy to shape and guide. To place them in the presence of the Lord is to help direct them in the journey that lays before them. As a parent, it is such a consolation to know that our children have this special time with Our Lord.
It is our hope and prayer that more little Children's Rosary groups will form. Most of our prayer groups meet weekly or monthly for approximately thirty minutes to pray the Rosary. As Fr. Andrew Apostoli CFR once said about the Children's Rosary, "if we do not plant seeds now there will be no harvest later".
There is no time to lose. Please help us spread the Children's Rosary in your parish. Click here to learn how to begin a Children's Rosary in your parish.
Children's Rosary at St. Paul's School in Odell, IL 8:35 AM CT
Children's Rosary at St. Mary's Church in Corvallis, Oregon to meet at 9AM Pacific time
Children's Rosary at St. Agnes Church in Naples, Florida to meet at 9:30 AM ET
Children's Rosary at Our Lady of Sorrows Parish in Sharon, MA 9:30 AM ET
Children's Rosary to meet at Our Lady of LaSalette Parish in Sulphur, Louisiana to meet at 9:30 AM CT
Children's Rosary of St. Michael the Archangel Parish and held in Kibera Slum in Langatta Nairobi, Kenya to meet at 10AM local time.
Children's Rosary at St. Peter the Apostle Church in Rushden, Northants England 3PM GMT or 10 AM ET
Children's Rosary at Holy Family Parish in Syracuse, NY to meet at 10 AM ET at the Daughters of St Mary Chapel
Children's Rosary at Sacred Heart Church in East Berlin, CT to meet at 10AM ET
Children's Rosary at the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Waterbury CT, 3:30 PM ET
Children's Rosary at Our Lady and St. Patrick's Parish in Nottingham, England 9AM local time (4AM ET)