Parish Rosary

August 28, 2020
04:45 PM / 05:15 PM

Please consider praying the Rosary at 4:45 PM today together with members of the parish family. You will be invited to share your petitions aloud, or in the chat, before Deacon Lou and his wife, Nancy, begin.

Log on to Zoom with the link below, making sure your microphone is off and your video is on. You will need to enter the pass code: 566225 to join.

Join the Rosary live at 4:45 PM

Why Pray The Rosary?

Adapted from Edward Sri,

“Many great popes, saints, and Christian leaders have exhorted us to pray the rosary. It’s a powerful prayer, they say, one that can change your life, strengthen the family, bring peace to the world in a time of crisis, and win the salvation of souls. But does the average person experience the rosary this way?

But what if I were to show you that there is a lot more going on in the rosary than simply saying these words and counting them with beads? What if I were to tell you that the rosary is not beyond you—that you, wherever you may be in your relationship with God, can actually experience a profound, intimate, personal encounter with Jesus through this devotion? And what if you were to discover that there are many different ways to pray the rosary—indeed, some that can easily fit within your schedule and help you with whatever challenges you face right now in your life.

Think of the rosary as being like the ocean: There’s something in it for everyone, whether you consider yourself a veteran mystic longing to go deeper in prayer with our Lord, a novice struggling to learn how to pray, or someone seeking the Lord’s help, right now, with something going on in your life. The deep-sea explorer and the child making sand castles on the beach can fully enjoy the same ocean while playing at different levels. And this is true with the rosary.”