Saturday, May 2, 2015

Sowing Seeds In Asia

Recently the Children's Rosary has been beautifully blessed by wonderful people offering to help spread word of the Children's Rosary and also carry our materials on mission trips to share with children all around the world.  Last summer one of our members from Canada spent the summer with her husband and daughter beginning Children's Rosary groups in Africa.  Many other priests and families have also brought materials on trips most recently to Ecuador, the Holy Land, and Poland.  

The most recent blessing has been a member of the Children's Rosary, Xenia Maye, who is spending 6 weeks traveling throughout Asia sharing our materials and sowing seeds for new Children's Rosary groups.  The picture above is Xenia in Cebu, Philippines with some of the children she hopes will help form a Children's Rosary.  Xenia is also visiting other locations within the Philippines including Bohol, Camiguin, MIndanao and Leyte.
Sr. Agnes Kim

One of first destinations of her trip was China where she met a wonderful priest.  He was hopeful to begin a group in Beijing, China.  Xenia's second stop was South Korea where she met a wonderful nun Sr. Agnes KIm in Jaju Korea who also received our supplies and rosaries with hopes to also possibly begin groups in Korea.  Other destinations of her travels have included Japan and now Singapore.  She reported just this week teaching her nephew in Singapore the Children's Rosary theme song: Rosary Children with hopes her sister might begin a group in Singapore.  Indeed it is so beautiful to see new little groups sprouting up throughout the world.  

We are so grateful to all who offer to spread word of this prayer group movement.  For some, like myself, travel is difficult.  For my own part I have a disability affecting my joints which makes travel a challenge.  Yet there is a hope and joy that comes in knowing that through the hands of so many, more and more children are being given the opportunity to come together in prayer.  

We very much would love to keep spreading seeds throughout the world.  Yet we are in need of donations to keep meeting the demands for materials.  Please consider helping our work.  Each donation goes a long way.

A donation of $10.00: allows us to provide a missionary with a ten pack of Children's Rosary books which each serve as a seed to begin a new Children's Rosary group.

A donation of donation of $25.00: helps us supply a small domestic Children's Rosary group with enough supplies to begin a group including books, CD and Rosaries.

A donation of $50.00 allows us to send materials to children in a remote region to begin a new smaller Children's Rosary group.  Supplies include Children's Rosary books, music CD with our theme song, and Rosaries.

A donation of $100.00 allows us to send supplies to a new Children's Rosary group in a third world country where the anticipated attendance is over 75 children and larger numbers of materials are needed.

We also greatly appreciate small monthly donations of 5 or 10 dollars a month.  
No donation is too small. 

We are also attempting to complete some important new projects which include the recording and release of 2 new CDs that will have additional original and classic music for the children.  If you are interested in helping to sponsor some of these larger projects please contact us and we can provide additional details.


Donations can also be mailed to:
Children's Rosary
PO Box 271743
West Hartford, CT 06127 USA
Checks should be made out to Children's Rosary Inc. 

A very special thank you to all who help the Children's Rosary.  In a special way all our 
Children's Rosary groups pray for all our members and all who help the Children's Rosary.  We also have a Mass said on the 25th of every month for the members of the Children's Rosary and all who help the Children's Rosary.  This is our humble way of thanking all of you who help this work.

Other Posts you may enjoy:
How to Start a Children's Rosary
Did You Receive a Rosary on Your First Communion?
Mass offered for Seminarians
Vocation of Motherhood

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