Sunday, December 20, 2015


The Children's Rosary has received some beautiful gifts this week.  Souls reaching out to help us in a myriad of different ways.  Also following last weeks Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, there have been pictures and notes coming in about the children and the meetings that were held that day.  One such meeting was in Cheshire, Connecticut USA.  At least 10 children knelt together to lead a Children's Rosary with at least 40 adults joining in from the pews.  The children were also accompanied by two seminarians and a priest in singing our theme song, Rosary Children.   Many adults came up afterwards and spoke of how the children's prayers had touched their hearts deeply.  The children also helped to celebrate the Feast by making a cupcake Rosary.
Cupcake Rosary

We also received a beautiful picture from our Children's Rosary group at the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Natchitoches, Louisiana.  This is a relatively new group that has formed.  Seven children came together on the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe to hold their monthly Children's Rosary.  
We also had a Children's Rosary held at St. Callistus Church in El Sobrante, California.  This is near San Francisco.  The children helped to open a new renovated grotto in honor of Our Blessed Mother. Twelve children led all present in a Children's Rosary.  The group leader shared that the final decade was led by a tiny three year old Hispanic girl who through her innocence melted hearts and brought many to tears.  The children concluded by singing Rosary Children.  Most of the children in this group are Spanish speaking but had practiced for many hours to learn our theme song in English. 
Children's Rosary in
Natchitoches, Louisiana

Seeing these pictures and hearing of just some of the groups that met last week there is an overwhelming spirit of gratitude that fills ones heart.  To be able to give Our Lord and His Mother dear prayers of children as we move ever closer to Christmas is so beautiful.

A special thank you to all who have helped the Children's Rosary.  Thank you who have listened in prayer and heard how the Lord was calling you to help this prayer group movement.  Thank you to our group leaders who are faithful to their meetings, thank you to those who are praying and working hard to start new groups,  thank you to the parents and grandparents that bring their children to meetings, thank you to the children who through their prayers are a beautiful witness to so many, thank you to the many that unify prayers with the children from your homes, thank you to those who have seen a way that through your talents you could help this Apostolate, and thank you to all who have given of your treasure.  Please see your efforts and gifts as helping to bring more and more children to prayer and joy to Our Lord and his Mother as they look down and see more and more children's prayers rising toward heaven.

Other Posts You May Enjoy:
How to Start a Children's Rosary
Satan's Most Worn Tool: Discouragement
EWTN Interview About the Children's Rosary

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