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Virtual Rosary Prayed Live Online Every Tuesday in October

Posted on October 08, 2021 in: Events, FaithSparks, ProLife

Virtual Rosary Prayed Live Online Every Tuesday in October

October is the month of the Most Holy Rosary so the Office of Faith Events has put together a simple program to do a Group Rosary Virtually on Every Tuesday at 3pm.  It is a great opportunity for children and youth to learn the Rosary as a Community Online! 

The first week will kick off on Tuesday, October 5th at 3pm.  We will do the first mystery of the Rosary and then the next mystery the following week.  By the end of the month, we will complete the 4 mysteries.

In honor of 40 Days for Life, we will be offering a special Project Rachel Rosary on the 3rd week, October 21st at 3pm. The Rosary calls for an end to abortion and healing for those who have been involved in an abortion.


To Join us, click the link below:

Meeting link: https://bit.ly/3mogX95

Meeting number: 132 196 4253

Password: Mary

More ways to join

Join by phone

+1-415-655-0001 US Toll

Access code: 132 196 4253

We hope that you, your friends, and families may join us.  Pope Francis has called us to pray the Rosary as well as adding his prayers to the rosary for an end to the Pandemic, so let us Pray! 

Please spread the word!

 


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