Thursday, November 30, 2023

Children's Rosary Featured on Austrian News Site


We are happy to share that the Austrian website has featured the Children's Rosary. The full article can be read HERE.

Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Hot Chocolate and Toasted Marshmallows

The Children's Rosary at St John's Parish in Barrhead, Scotland, had a candlelit outdoor Children's Rosary in November. It was cold, but the families warmed up after the rosary by a bonfire. The group leader shared that for their meeting on December 1 at 6:00 PM they will again meet outside. As a special treat, there will be hot chocolate and marshmallows to toast by the fire. Often Children's Rosary groups consider meeting outside only in the warm weather, but this outdoor candlelit rosary in the winter had an unique appeal.

Tuesday, November 28, 2023

Multiple Children's Rosary Groups in Pakistan have Processions on the Feast of Christ the King

We received pictures from four Children's Rosary groups who held processions through their towns in honor of the Feast of Christ the King which was November 26.2023. Above are members of the Children's Rosary from Mulapar.

The two pictures above are members of the Children's Rosary from Patisr. 

The picture directly above are members of the Children's Rosary in Maly Chak Nawa. 
This last picture was taken in Kanpur with members of the Children's Rosary leading a procession in honor of Christ the King!

Monday, November 27, 2023

November 27, 2023 is the Feast of the Miraculous Medal


A special thank you to all who have joined us on the journey of the 9 Day novena of the Miraculous Medal, which concluded yesterday, November 26. 

This summer Amelia Grace, age 9, a member of the Children's Rosary, went on pilgrimage from Portugal to France and visited the Chapel of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. She writes, "Besides the Shrine in Fátima, Portugal, the Chapelle of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal in Paris is the best shrine I've visited in my life. I [attended] Mass and [prayed] two Rosaries."

Pictures from Amelia's pilgrimage are included above. She also sent us a summary of the important message which was given to St. Catherine Laboure.

"Have a medal struck after this model,” our Blessed Mother told Sister Catherine Laboure, who is now a Saint, on Nov. 27, 1830, when she appeared to her in the Daughters of Charity convent in Paris:

“All who wear it will receive great graces; they should wear it around the neck. Graces will abound for persons who wear it with confidence.”

During Amelia's trip, she got lots of Miraculous medals for her friends and delivered many Children's Rosary books to the Rector of the Shrine. We are grateful to Amelia for her help in spreading the Children's Rosary. She not only brought French Children's Rosary books with her on her pilgrimage and shared them, but she also has continued to share Children's Rosary materials along the Camino in Portugal. 

Thank you Amelia!!!

Thursday, November 16, 2023

Join Us for the Novena of the Miraculous Medal 18-26 2023

O Immaculate Virgin Mary,

Mother of Our Lord Jesus and our Mother,
penetrated with the most lively confidence in your
all-powerful and never-failing intercession,
manifested so often through the Miraculous Medal,
we your loving and trustful children implore you to obtain for us the graces and favors we ask during this novena,
if they be beneficial to our immortal souls,
and the souls for whom we pray.

(Here mention your petitions *)

You know, O Mary, how often our souls have been 
the sanctuaries of your Son who hates iniquity.
Obtain for us then a deep hatred of sin and that
purity of heart which will attach us to God alone so 
that our every thought, word and deed may tend to 
His greater glory.
Obtain for us also a spirit of prayer and self-denial
that we may recover by penance what we have lost
by sin and at length attain to that blessed abode 
where you are the Queen of angels and of men.

(source: EWTN)

The Children's Rosary would like to humbly invite you to join us in praying the Novena of the Miraculous Medal (November 18th -26th).  
* In a special way may we pray for the intentions of Our Blessed Mother and a fulfillment of Her plans for each of us and the Children's Rosary prayer group movement. We pray for Peace, Peace Peace!  May God help us to put more miraculous medals in the hands of children. Amen.

A kind family sent the Children's Rosary 2,000 miraculous medals to share with children during our month long trip to East Africa in the summer of 2019. The children were so grateful to receive a miraculous medal. Unfortunately, we ran out of medals and many many children did not receive one. We pray God may open hearts to help us send more miraculous medals to not only the children in Kenya but other Children's Rosary groups throughout the world. The family that sent the 2,000 miraculous medals ordered them from St. Paul St. Evangelization.
If there are any souls who feel moved to send us miraculous medals to share with children please send them to:
Children's Rosary
PO Box 271743
West Hartford, CT 06127 USA

May God Bless you!

Sunday, November 5, 2023

New Children's Rosary forms in Diocese of Osnabrück, Germany

Pastor Ansgar Lammen of the parish of Saint Nicholas in Herzlake, Germany, recently registered his Children's Rosary group. The parish is
in the diocese of Osnabrück in northern Germany. They met for the first time on Monday, October 9, 2023. Four adults and one child were present. They will have their second meeting on Monday, November 6. Please join me in praying for this new group. Fr. Lammen (pictured top right) asked for prayers for their group and the Church in Germany. 

Please Lord, may children come to pray with the Children's Rosary at St. Nicholas Parish. Lord, please bless this parish and the Catholic Church in Germany.

For more information about the Children's Rosary in German visit

Saturday, November 4, 2023

Children's Rosary in Fulda, Germany, Met to Pray on the Feast of All Saints


The Children's Rosary at Our Lady of Fatima Chapel in Fulda, Germany, met this past Wednesday. It was the Feast of All Saints. Before the children as they prayed were prayer cards depicting saints. As this was also the eve of All Souls Day, the group leader included cards with names and pictures of loved ones who had passed. It was lovely that the children prayed for those who have died, which is a spiritual work of mercy. It is also wonderful that the children became more familiar with the communion of saints, who are wonderful role models as the children grow.

Friday, November 3, 2023

All Hallows' Eve 2023 Celebration in Germany

The Children's Rosary in Hamburg, Germany shared with us pictures from their All Hallows' Eve celebration this year. This included Holy Mass and veneration of the relics of St Maximilian Kolbe, St John Paul II, Mother Teresa of Calcutta and Blessed Carlo Acutis. Fifty-five children attended!

Thursday, November 2, 2023

All Souls' Day 2023


We would like to humbly invite those involved with the Children's Rosary to pray a Rosary on November 2 for all the deceased members of the Children's Rosary and all those who are deceased who have helped or participated in the Children's Rosary in any way. Children and families can also take the opportunity to pray for those in their families who have passed.

We would also like to invite Children's Rosary groups to make it an annual tradition if possible to assemble a Balloon Rosary in honor of the day. Once completed, the balloons can be used to pray the Rosary. We suggest that the Balloon Rosary be tethered so it does not cause aviation interference. It also allows for those to enjoy the beauty of the Balloon Rosary for the full day. Amelia Grace, age 9, a member of the Children's Rosary in Porto, Portugal, helped to create the "How to" slides below on the steps of assembling a Balloon Rosary. Double sided tape was used to connect the balloons. Pictures depicted in the slides are from members of the Children's Rosary in Pakistan, Connecticut, USA, and Porto, Portugal. 

For those unable to make a Balloon Rosary, please take time on November 2 to pray especially for the intention above in bold and for the Holy Souls.