Family Rosary Prayer
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Learn to Pray the Rosary

This Rosary infographic will walk you and your family through the steps of praying the Rosary.

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Today's Family Rosary

Praying together enhances family unity and creates a strong bond as you share struggles and seek God’s blessings. Through prayer, especially with the Rosary, God will invite you and your family into a deeper relationship with Him and each other. A simple way to bring many significant benefits to your family’s spirituality.

Praying with Our Mother Mary

The Rosary is prayed in communion with our Mother Mary and orients a family to the Church’s faith in the communion of saints. As a family unit prays the Rosary, they grow in appreciation of life together and are invited to recognize the uniqueness of every family member as a beloved child of God.

Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C.

"From my earliest memories, I saw my father with Rosary beads in his hands and my mother holding hers. My older brothers and sisters and I knelt around them praying ... For the first nineteen years of my life, this was our daily practice ... Because of the daily family Rosary, my home was for me a cradle, a school, a university, a library and most of all, a little church."

Father Peyton's Story

All because one father prayed one Rosary in one home, Father Patrick Peyton went on to pray with more than 40 million people around the world ... and Family Rosary was founded. Imagine how the world could be transformed if all parents pray with their children! The Family That Prays Together Stays Together.

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Praying the Rosary

Don't worry about how "well" you pray the Rosary. Just pray it. As with anything new, you may stumble at first but it will soon become natural and you'll begin to miss it if you skip it! Give the Rosary a try and pray one decade today!

Rosary Facts

There are four sets of Mysteries: Joyful, Luminous, Sorrowful and Glorious. The Mysteries tell the story of Christ's life through his Mother Mary's eyes.

Keep it Simple and Manageable

Praying the Rosary doesn't have to happen in a quiet chapel before Mass. You can pray it with your family in the car, around the dinner table, or right before bed. We know you're busy, so let prayer naturally fit into your daily schedule.

Daily Mysteries

Each day of the week is assigned a set of Mysteries to pray that day. Some people pray the Joyful on Monday and Saturday, the Luminous on Thursday, the Sorrowful on Tuesday and Friday, and the Glorious on Wednesday and Sunday. But, you can pray them any day you wish. Whatever works best for you and your family.