The Rosary is prayed every weekday following morning Mass.
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August 6, 2017 The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary – click here
Location: Right after daily mass in St. Anne’s Chapel; August 6, 12 & 13 at noon in St. Anne’s Chapel
September 28, 2017 Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Novena – click here
What is the Rosary?
The Rosary is one of the most powerful resources we have! The Rosary has been a treasured Catholic devotion for many centuries. We often recite the Rosary to pray for peace and reconciliation, to express penitence, or to pray for an end to the suffering of those who .battle poverty and hunger every day.
The Rosary is recited every weekday following morning Mass at the St. Ann’s chapel (Monday through Friday).
How we pray
Since the start of the catholic community in Carmel Valley in 1985 (St. William of York Catholic Church) to the current catholic community, St. Thérèse of Carmel, the rosary prayer group has met for over 28 years. Over the years, as the group has grown, so has our prayers. Following the rosary, we also pray the Chaplet of the Divine Mercy, along with other prayers, which are included daily prayers booklet, here. We meet each weekday morning for about 45 minutes to ask the Blessed Virgin Mary for constant intercession of our prayers.
- The Rosary
- For The Pope
- Prayer for the Souls in Purgatory
- Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel
- Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary
- Prayers of Chaplet of the Divine Mercy
- Closing Prayers
Download the St. Thérèse of Carmel Daily Prayers Booklet by clicking the link below
St Therese Of Carmel Daily Prayers Booklet
Regular Rosary Intentions
- Our salvation
- Forgiveness for our sins
- For the conversion of sinners and unbelievers
- The peace of the world
- The souls in purgatory
- Vocations of priesthood
- The protection of our children, both born and unborn
- Safety for our military troops in ________
- Sanctity of marriage
- For our church leaders that they may lead us to the true teachings of Christ
- For our world leaders that they may be inspired by the Holy Spirit to make decisions in accordance with God’s will
- For all those suffering from different kinds of addiction
- For those suffering from domestic abuse and violence
- For all those who are sick–physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Especially those who are listed in the church bulletin
- For all our young people that they may courageously witness to their Catholic faith especially among their peers
- For the elders, especially the home-bound
- For the homeless, the unemployed and the underemployed
- For the missionaries in all parts of the world
Personal Prayer Intentions
If you have any other personal prayer intentions, please visit this link.
If you have any questions about the Rosary Prayer group, please contact us at SToCRosary@gmail.com.