The Rosary is a powerful prayer which binds families in unity and keeps the light of faith burning in days of darkness. It gives families hope in times of despair and makes their love for one another more firm and unbreakable.
- To reach as many families as possible
- To bear witness to the power of the Rosary and to encourage families to become “families that pray together”
- To consecrate every family to the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Family visits are usually at 7:00 p.m. in the evening.
This gives volunteers who work full-time the opportunity to serve Our Lady in leading families to holiness of life.
Visits last for one hour and volunteers are free to make their own schedules.
Training and screening will be provided.
The Rosary Visitor will visit families via the school and/or via the local Parish. Families will be visited once a week. The duration of visits with the families should be one hour. Rosary Visitors must work together with a partner; as a couple (husband and wife); or as a family. The individual’s willingness and availability will determine the number of family visits made through out the year.
Expectations of the Rosary Visitors: