Some years ago, my lovely wife Dee and I discussed starting a once a month Rosary in the Home. We didn’t want it to be just for friends or certain people, so it was announced as an open door get-together. Any and all were welcome. And inspired or inconsequential, we chose the first Thursday of each month. That day and the Luminous Mysteries seemed to click and we soon developed a small group of regulars.
We served decaf coffee (in the evening) and other light refreshments and some small goodies. From time to time, others would bring a dessert or offer to host the rosary in their home. At someone’s suggestion, we added the Chaplet of Divine Mercy. This all took place starting about six or seven years ago, and then we moved to Arizona some two and a half years ago. Once settled, we started the same idea here. … Continue Reading