Children's Rosary founder Blythe Kaufman shares the story of her devotion to praying the Rosary.
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After 17 years of family life, I have made it my goal to help make lofty and holy pipe dreams more accessible and attainable through what I share.
Facing a long commute, Shelly Henley Kelly used her time in the car to cultivate the habit of praying the Rosary.
In 1858, Our Lady chose a cold rainy day in the dumping grounds of a town in France to show to our world that the Kingdom of God has come upon us! Something started almost invisibly … yet since then, the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes has been a very visible sign of the Kingdom of God.
Soon, I will be doing the Autumn clean up of the garden. It is a good time for reflection. One of the perennial delights of our little growing space is the return each summer of the Morning Glories. They climb and cling to the garden fence. The blossoms are shaped like trumpets and are deep violet with a brightly glowing center. Morning Glories seek and reflect the light that gives them life. I think these lovely flowers can teach us something about prayer, and in particular about the Rosary.