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Rosary service and Prayer for Peace

The infant Jesus giving Rosary beads to St. Dominic and Mary giving Rosary beads to St. Catherine of Siena.

Next monthly Prayer for Peace on Aug. 2

At the Parish Center, 46 Winthrop Street—We invite parishioners and guests to gather to pray for peace on the first Saturday of every month at 9AM. During our time together we will have a Rosary Service. (Familiarity with praying the Rosary is not necessary)

The Holy Rosary is a contemplative and Christ-centered prayer that highlights various moments in His life. These moments are clustered into four “Mysteries” focused on various periods in the life of Jesus: the Joyful Mysteries (the early life of Jesus); The Sorrowful Mysteries (the arrest, passion, and death of Jesus); the Glorious Mysteries (the resurrection, ascension, descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles, The Assumption of Mary into Heaven and the Coronation of Mary as Queen of Heaven and Earth); and the Luminous Mysteries (the Baptism of Jesus, His first miracle at the Wedding Feast of Cana, His preaching, the Transfiguration and the Institution of the Eucharist).

When our Lady appeared to the three children in Fatima, Portugal, she enjoined the world to pray the Rosary each day for peace. We hope you will join us!

For more information, please call (617) 242-4664 or send an email to ncitro@stmarystcatherine.org.

Join us for the Rosary

The infant Jesus giving Rosary beads to St. Dominic and Mary giving Rosary beads to St. Catherine of Siena.

We invite parishioners and guests to gather near the statue of Our Lady in Saint Mary Church to pray the Rosary.

The Holy Rosary is a contemplative and Christ-centered prayer that highlights various moments in His life.  These moments are clustered into four “Mysteries” focused on various periods in the life of Jesus: the Joyful Mysteries (the early life of Jesus); The Sorrowful Mysteries (the arrest, passion, and death of Jesus); the Glorious Mysteries (the resurrection, ascension, descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles, The Assumption of Mary into Heaven and the Coronation of Mary as Queen of Heaven and Earth); and the Luminous Mysteries (the Baptism of Jesus, His first miracle at the Wedding Feast of Cana, His preaching, the Transfiguration and the Institution of the Eucharist)

When our Lady appeared to the three children in Fatima, Portugal, she enjoined the world to pray the Rosary each day for peace. We hope you will join us!

Prayer Service & Holy Rosary

Each first Saturday of the month, parishioners gather in the Parish Center before the Blessed Sacrament to pray for peace. It is a time to pray for the needs of our own hearts, the needs of those we know—friend or foe—and the needs of our broken world. Included in our time of prayer is also an opportunity to recite the rosary for peace, as our Blessed Mother Mary enjoined us to do. Knowledge of how to recite the rosary and having a rosary are not required. Please be a part of this important ministry of prayer by joining us Saturday, January 4 at 9:00 a.m. at the Parish Center on 46 Winthrop Street.

Prayer service with Holy Rosary

The infant Jesus giving Rosary beads to St. Dominic and Mary giving Rosary beads to St. Catherine of Siena.

Each first Saturday of the month, a group of parishioners gathers in the Parish Center before the Blessed Sacrament to pray for peace. It is a time to pray for the needs of our own hearts, the needs of those we know—friend or foe—and the needs of our broken world. Included in our time of prayer is also an opportunity to recite the rosary for peace, as our Blessed Mother Mary enjoined us to do. Knowledge of how to recite the rosary and having a rosary are not required. Please be a part of this important ministry of prayer by joining us Saturday, December 7 at 9:00 a.m. at the Parish Center on 46 Winthrop Street.

Prayer Service with Holy Rosary

The infant Jesus giving Rosary beads to St. Dominic and Mary giving Rosary beads to St. Catherine of Siena.

Each first Saturday of the month, a group of parishioners gather in the Parish Center before the Blessed Sacrament to pray for peace. It is a time to pray for the needs of our own hearts, the needs of those we know—friend or foe—and the needs of our broken world. Included in our time of prayer is also an opportunity to recite the rosary for peace, as our Blessed Mother Mary enjoined us to do. Knowledge of how to recite the rosary and having a rosary are not required. Please be a part of this important ministry of prayer by joining us Saturday, May 4 at 9:00 a.m. at the Parish Center on 46 Winthrop Street.