The Rosary Ministry is committed to praying the Rosary as a group after the daily mass Mondays through Thursdays, and praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet on Fridays. They also prayer the Rosary, in honor of Our Lady, on the first Saturday of the month at 4:30PM.
What is the Rosary and Why do we say it?
The Rosary is a Catholic Prayer that is counted.
- The Rosary is made up of a set number of prayers, prayed on beads to keep track of your prayer and allow you to meditate upon the 20 Mysteries of Mary and Jesus’ Life.
- All are welcome to Pray the Rosary. Children as well as Adults are welcome Monday through Thursday after the Daily 8am morning Mass in The Eucharistic Chapel. A Member of the Rosary Ministry will be happy to help you get started.
- The Rosary is also prayed at 4:30pm on the 1st Saturday of each month (the half hour before the start of the weekend 5pm Mass)
Are you ready to find out more about Praying the Rosary? Check out usccb.org for more information.
The Divine Mercy Chaplet
St. Faustina, a Polish Nun, in a series of visions dating from 1935 to 1938, documented in her diary that Jesus revealed to her the Chaplet of Divine Mercy. Jesus instructed St. Faustina to recite this prayer “Encourage souls to say the Chaplet. Whoever will recite it will receive great mercy. Through the Chaplet you will obtain everything, if what you ask for is compatible with my will.” Jesus demonstrated the power of this prayer through a number of miracles and events.
The Chaplet of Divine Mercy Prayer is recited each Friday, after the 8am Mass, in the Eucharistic Chapel. All are invited
To learn more about this special prayer, please visit thedivinemercy.org