We invite you to pray the Rosary every day at 7pm in your own homes and join spiritually with all of the Parish Neighborhood Communities as we pray for an end to the coronavirus. We will be livestreaming the Rosary from our Facebook page, so that we might all be together in prayer, even if we are not together physically. Please find the booklets for each day below for you to join in our prayer.
According to the Apostolic Penitentiary, dated March 19, 2020:
The Plenary Indulgence is granted to the faithful suffering from Coronavirus, who are subject to quarantine by order of the health authority in hospitals or in their own homes if, with a spirit detached from any sin, they unite spiritually through the media to the celebration of Holy Mass, the recitation of the Holy Rosary, to the pious practice of the Way of the Cross or other forms of devotion, or if at least they will recite the Creed, the Lord’s Prayer and a pious invocation to the Blessed Virgin Mary, offering this trial in a spirit of faith in God and charity towards their brothers and sisters, with the will to fulfil the usual conditions (sacramental confession, Eucharistic communion and prayer according to the Holy Father’s intentions), as soon as possible.
Health care workers, family members and all those who, following the example of the Good Samaritan, exposing themselves to the risk of contagion, care for the sick of Coronavirus according to the words of the divine Redeemer: “Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends” (Jn 15: 13), will obtain the same gift of the Plenary Indulgence under the same conditions.
This Apostolic Penitentiary also willingly grants a Plenary Indulgence under the same conditions on the occasion of the current world epidemic, also to those faithful who offer a visit to the Blessed Sacrament, or Eucharistic adoration, or reading the Holy Scriptures for at least half an hour, or the recitation of the Holy Rosary, or the pious exercise of the Way of the Cross, or the recitation of the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, to implore from Almighty God the end of the epidemic, relief for those who are afflicted and eternal salvation for those whom the Lord has called to Himself.
Note: These downloads now contain the prayers of Pope Francis during the time of this pandemic.
On Monday and Saturday, we will meditate on the Joyful Mysteries:
On Thursday, we will meditate on the Luminous Mysteries:
On Tuesday and Friday, we will meditate on the Sorrowful Mysteries:
On Wednesday and Sunday, we will meditate on the Glorious Mysteries:
The recording of our livestream of the Rosary from our Parish Feast Day on April 29, 2020:
The recording of our livestream of the Worldwide Rosary on March 19, 2020: