Pray the Rosary with Pope Francis on March 19

Mar 18, 2020 | Philip Kosloski

Today the Holy Father invited us all to pray together with him tomorrow Thursday, March 19, 2020, the Luminous mysteries of the Rosary. This will be done worldwide at 9 pm local Roman time.

How can we pray the Rosary in solidarity during this health crisis

Following the worldwide outbreak of the coronavirus, many people from all over the world are enduring difficult times. In this challenging context, Lent can be a good opportunity to contemplate the Passion and Resurrection of Jesus Christ by praying the Rosary for all those who are suffering.

Today, in the 21st century, we can mention 3 ways or modalities to pray for this special intention:

  1. Pray with the traditional Rosary: either with a five-decade Rosary or a single-decade Rosary you can contemplate the mysteries, praying for peace in the world, while you physically move your fingers along the beads.
  2. Join the Click To Pray campaign: this free app created by the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network invites everyone to pray the Rosary for world peace in its own digital platform, with the aid of special videos and audios.
  3. Pray with the Click To Pray eRosary: this smart Rosary offers you a free app full of audiovisual content that leads you to a greater spiritual reflection and a wearable device that you can buy online in the US Acer Store. Both were designed by GadgeTek Inc. using the contents provided by the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network.

United with Pope Francis, let us pray in solidarity for our brothers and sisters around the world. Let us join him in his prayer imploring Our Lady’s protection:

“We seek refuge under your protection, O Holy Mother of God. Do not despise our pleas – we who are put to the test – and deliver us from every danger, O glorious and blessed Virgin.”

START NOW PRAYING THE ROSARY! 

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CLICK TO PRAY eROSARY

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HOW TO PRAY THE TRADITIONAL ROSARY

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