Sunday, April 7, 2024

Children's Rosary Anniversary Novena of Masses

Dear Friends,

This year the Children's Rosary turns 13 years old on April 10, 2024. It has become a yearly tradition to offer a novena of Masses leading up to the anniversary for the fulfillment of Our Lady's plans for the Children's Rosary. Then from April 10-April 18 we have Masses offered in thanksgiving. This year we have had 90 Masses pledged toward the novena. There is still time to add a Mass. Please contact your local Church and ask if there are any open Masses during our novena. Usually there is a customary donation when requesting a Mass. 

From April 1 through April 9: Masses offered for the fulfillment of Our Lady's plans for the Children's Rosary

From April 10 until April 18: Masses offered in thanksgiving

There are many projects coming to completion for the Children's Rosary which we look forward to sharing with you. This is a witness of the power of the sacrifice of the Holy Mass. Thank you to those who have helped with arranging Masses. Please consider adding to our number of Masses.



Saturday, April 6, 2024

Easter Greetings from Ireland 2024


We would like to share an Easter card that was sent to the Children's Rosary from Ireland. Inside the card it reads:

To all the lovely Boys and Girls who say the rosary every night on EWTN. You are wonderful example to all other children!! Myself and my husband recite the rosary with you!

The Children's Rosary airs daily on EWTN in Ireland. We are grateful for such Easter greetings. 

Tuesday, April 2, 2024

National Catholic Educators Association Conference in Pittsburgh 2024


We are happy to report that have met some wonderful educators at the NCEA Conference. The conference began today and will conclude Thursday. We have been giving away samples of our Children's Rosary materials and our Child Consecration book. If you are at the conference, please visit us at booth number 205.

Monday, April 1, 2024

Mass Offered for Seminarians on April 1, 2024

On April 1, 2024 a Mass was offered for all seminarians, that they will grow in holiness and lead us in love. As our seminarians will be the future shepherds and our children are their future flock, our monthly intention for these men called by God is a beautiful way for the children throughout the world to help with their prayers. As we mentioned last month, we will feature a different seminarian on the first day of the month throughout 2024. This month we introduce Andrew Mullaney, a seminarian from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA.

My name is Andrew Mullaney, and I am twenty-four years old. I am a seminarian studying for the Diocese of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. I am in my first year of Theology at Saint Paul Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota. I attended four years of college seminary after high school in Winona, Minnesota. I am the middle of five siblings. When I have down time, I enjoy ice fishing and throwing a baseball or football around.

I grew up as a cradle Catholic receiving all the timely sacraments. As a young boy, my sisters and I would play Mass, and I would act as the priest. It wasn’t until my junior year of high school that I started to look at what I wanted to do with my life. I thought about playing football or being a teacher until I went on a retreat where I participated in the Sacrament of Reconciliation and the Eucharist in a renewed way. Upon receiving these sacraments, I came to a deep belief that my sins had been forgiven by Jesus’ death on the cross. My relationship with God was rekindled by daily prayer, and I sensed and heard Him call me to Himself as His priest for His people. Following this prompting, I visited the seminary and the same peace and conviction that I had received prior in the sacraments was present again. The reality of God calling me to be a priest was the answer to what God wanted for my life. I believe He created me to ultimately be in a loving relationship with Him and serve Him as a priest.

I hope the priesthood God has called me to live is marked by faithfulness, mercy, and inspiration. I want everybody to know that they are never too far from God’s love and mercy. May all who I encounter also receive a renewal in the sacraments they receive and come to know Jesus as friend, savior, and Lord. St. Faustina…pray for us! Fr. Damien the Leper…pray for us!

We humbly ask that you please keep Andrew Mullaney in your prayers.

Saturday, March 30, 2024

Children's Rosary in Hamburg, Germany Led the Stations of the Cross on Good Friday 2024

We received some lovely pictures taken on Good Friday where members of the Children's Rosary led 65 people in the Stations of the Cross. 

Friday, March 29, 2024

Children's Rosary Leads Palm Sunday Procession in Pakistan 2024


We received some beautiful pictures from the Children's Rosary in Pakistan. Last Sunday the Children's Rosary led a Palm Sunday procession. 

The children carried rose petals and palms.

Friday, March 15, 2024

The Children's Rosary in Hamburg, Germany Celebrates their Second Anniversary!

The Children's Rosary in Hamburg, Germany will celebrate their second anniversary on March 16, 2024. Special candles were made with the Children's Rosary logo in German to celebrate the special day!
The Children's Rosary group leader shared some of the flyers she has made for the event.