Thursday, July 9, 2015

A River of Hope

Mount Hope River
Every Day on Eternal Life Radio in Massachusetts USA the Children's Rosary can be heard beginning at 5PM ET. Each day the voices of little children fill the airwaves with prayers to Our Lord.  The children who are praying are all members of the Children's Rosary.  Several years ago we felt inspired to record the Children's Rosary both for new groups to hear how a group is run and also to allow the children's voices to reach a great many people.  For some who might hear their innocent voices on the radio the Rosary may be new to them. Yet children have a way of finding their way into your heart.  Just as the river named "Mount Hope River" winds its way through my mother's farm so too the children's voices have a way of bringing prayer to a great many people.  A river has a way of finding the nooks and tiny spaces which allow it to continue to move forward.  So too the children's prayers seem to find a way of carrying hope to ones heart.

For those of you who have not heard the Children's Rosary I invite you to tune in.  Some have described praying with the children as fortifying them especially when one feels tired and worn out.  The fact that the airing time is at 5PM is also particularly special as many are on their way home from a long day at work and such prayers can help to restore peace to ones heart and allow us to enter our homes with a tenderness that is difficult to bring if you have just sat through any length of traffic.

We are especially grateful to Eternal Life Radio for working tirelessly for over a year to bring the Children's Rosary to so many each day at 5PM.  You will also hear the Children's Rosary theme song: Rosary Children broadcast as well.

To listen LIVE streaming each day at 5PM ET click HERE.

To view a complete list of airings of the Children's Rosary on various Radio Stations across the United States click HERE.

Other posts you may enjoy:
Children's Rosary CD
How to Start a Children's Rosary
Behind the Scenes

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