The Blessed Mother has consistently told visionaries that the key to peace in the world is to pray the rosary every day. Countless saints and popes down the centuries have attested to the power of both Eucharistic Adoration and the Rosary. This is a powerful and effective spiritual approach to the world’s problems.
This Rosary Congress is for reparation, life and peace, healing, renewal, families, our country, evangelization and vocations. Through the heart and the school of Mary, the Rosary Congress throughout the Archdiocese will provide an invitation for many to experience the power of encountering Jesus in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, some for the very first time.
We will follow many of the guidelines offered at www.rosarycongressusa.org which shares the history of this “movement of prayer” in Eastern Europe, its spread to the United States and its fruitfulness in combating many evils of the day.
Can't attend in person? Click here for suggestions on how to participate in the Rosary Congress from your home.
To learn how to pray the rosary, click HERE
Join in praying the rosary from home with Mother Angelica and EWTN, click HERE
Join in praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet with the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, click HERE
2022 Participting Parishes: (as of 7/29/2022)
Assumption Church (Emerson) - 24 hours - October 11 at 12PM to October 12 at 12PM
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (Lyndhurst) - 24 hours - October 8 at 8am to October 9 at 8AM
Our Lady Queen of Peace (Maywood) - 8 hours - October 7 at 8:30am to 6:30PM
St. Joseph Church (Oradell/New Milford) - 12 hours - October 11 at 8:30AM-8:30PM
Holy Family Church (Nutley) - 24 hours - October 7 at 8:45am to October 8 at 8:45am
Our Lady of Sorrows Church (South Orange) - 24 hours - October 10 at 7:30PM to October 11 at 7:30PM
St. Peter's Church (Belleville) - 24 hours - October 6 to October 7.
St. Antoninus Church (Newark) - 18 hours - October 9 at 9am to October 10 at 2am
St. Rose of Lima Church (Newark) - 24 hours - October 6 at 6PM - (973) 482-0682
Dominican Monastery of Our Lady of the Rosary (Summit) - October 12&13 at 9AM to 6PM
St. Michael's Church - (Cranford) - October 7 at 12noon - 7PM
St. Michael's Church - (Union) - 24 hours - October 7 at 8:30am to October 8 at 8:30am
St. Teresa of Avila Church - (Union) 10/8 at 8:30AM - 4PM
Rosary Congress Training Manual: This training manual gives detailed instructions on all aspects of the Rosary Congress structure, Coordinator Responsibilities, Rosary reciting instructions, Mass theme suggestions, Procession instructions, and Contact information. Click Here
Rosary Binder: The Rosary Binder includes all 4 decades with all prayers and intentions. It also includes the Divine Chaplet. Click Here
Facebook Image: here is a properly sized image to post on your parish's Facebook page. Using your computer's mouse, right click. Click on 'Save as' onto your 'Desktop'. Post to Facebook.
For more information regarding the Rosary Congress, please visit their website www.rosarycongressusa.org