#RosaryRelay in Armagh in May

  • Archbishop Eamon Martin announces Year of Mercy Rosary Relay in the Archdiocese of Armagh
  •  Join our #RosaryRelay - say a decade yourself and pass on the idea to others! 
  • To assist schools new rosary resources, including an engaging video of the Mysteries of the Rosary aimed at children, are available on archdioceseofarmagh.com.

The Archdiocese of Armagh is holding a Rosary Relay during the month of May in schools and across the archdiocese as part of the Jubilee Year of Mercy.

Announcing the prayer initiative, Archbishop Eamon Martin said “In my Pastoral Message for the Year of Mercy, I indicated my wish for schools throughout the diocese to participate in a Rosary initiative and this has become our Rosary Relay.  My vision is firstly to unite the pupils of the Archdiocese of Armagh in prayer during the month of May and then, through their example, to pass on the good news about the Rosary to families and others in the community.

“My intention is that across the Archdiocese as many young people as possible will learn to pray together a decade of the Rosary at 12 noon each day during the month of May.  Then, as if in a relay, they will pass on the story of the rosary to their families and friends.  The aim of this Rosary Relay is to engage the pupils and staff in the mysteries of our faith and to be part of what Pope Francis has described as an 'extraordinary moment of grace and spiritual renewal' in this Year of Mercy”. 

Why not offer a rosary for the priests, deacons and seminarians of the archdiocese, and especially for those discerning the call to the priesthood?





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