Rosary Intentions for 2020
Mother Mary, please pray for all Catholics, especially our loved ones, who were indeed baptized but then grew up somehow missing the opportunity to learn, fall in love with and make the Catholic faith their own. Please pray that the Holy Spirit will speak to them and set them on fire with a deep and fervent faith!
Sweet Virgin Mary, please ask your Son, the great physician, to heal all those who suffer from addictions and mental illness. Some who suffer from such, truly know Jesus, but many do not know Him personally. Please beg Him to heal them and help them to be overwhelmed by His love.
During this Lent, may more and more people discover the power of the Rosary and the promises attached to this prayer. In your apparitions Mary, you always instruct us to pray. May more and more people join in this beautiful prayer as a way to atone for the sins of this world and as a means of initial and ongoing conversion for all parishioners and their families and friends.
Mother, please thank the Lord for the gift of his shepherds. Please pray that they may be abundantly blessed. May their words be annointed, their hearts set afire and may they receive the gift of fortitude to stand for Truth in these tumultuous times in which the Church is living.
2019 Corpus Christi Rosary Making Day!
2017 Corpus Christi Rosary Making Day!
At Blessed Sacrament we are aiming to create an inter-generational community. You know, the kind of: “It takes a village to raise a child,” type atmosphere? It sometimes feels like we are over-connected, even bombarded with instant everything, from emails to texts to tweets and the list goes on and on. All of these modern conveniences help us to keep track of one another but is it possible that intimacy is lost somewhere in the middle of it all?
So, you are invited, on May 30th from 1 – 3 PM to come to our church and help a child make his/her own rosary. No worries … the beads are big and the process is simple. What is most important is the human connection. You will help a young one make a rosary. Fr. Tim will bless them and then you will go upstairs with a child and pray a decade or two or three, in front of Our Lady of the Cape, Queen of the Holy Rosary. It is our hope that this will become a solid and beautiful memory for each child; a planted seed that will sprout and grow according to God’s plan for each of their lives.
So, no matter what your age, university age to grandparents and any age in between, please join us as we help the children come to understand the significance of praying the Rosary!
Please contact Shauna Healey at 819-243-8580 or email at email@example.com
Below – View the Marian Congress 70th Anniversary Highlight Reel Featuring Clips from the Rosary Making Session!
Pray the Rosary before Holy Mass by the Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of the Cape Sundays at 9:15 AM, Tuesdays & Thursdays at 6:00 PM.
Contact Shauna Healey at firstname.lastname@example.org
“The world is once again in need of knights who are willing to fight for truth and peace. Only truth will bring about world peace.”
― Donald H. Calloway,
“We must be strong and prepared and trust in Christ and in his Holy Mother and be very, very assiduous in praying the Rosary.”
– St. John Paul II
Shall we join together in spirit by adding the intentions of many different parishioners and groups from our parish to our own personal intentions as we pray the Rosary daily? Check in regularly to view new intentions for our parish.