Our sister organization, Family Theater Productions, offers a weekly Rosary on Sundays, starting this Sunday, March 22, streaming live on Facebook to the world.
The host will be National Director, Father David Guffey, C.S.C., executive producer of Family Theater Productions' documentary about our founder, called PRAY: The Story of Patrick Peyton (coming Fall 2020).
Log into the Family Theater Productions Facebook page -- Facebook.com/FamilyTheaterHCFM -- at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT this Sunday and every Sunday for the foreseeable future to share the Rosary with people around the country and the world.
You can view the FTP Facebook page even if you don't have a Facebook account, but you won't be able to leave comments or likes. You will also be able to view our live broadcast -- and later, the replay of the video -- but again, you won't be able to comment or leave prayer intentions. But, our sister organization, Family Rosary, offers a ministry called World at Prayer.org, where you can always submit prayer intentions. Click here for that.
If you don't have a physical Rosary, you can count the decades on your 10 fingers or use one of many available Rosary apps (click here for a list of available Rosary apps). Family Rosary, also has a Rosary app. Click here to learn about that.
Click here for a primer on praying the Rosary from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
As the founder of Family Theater Productions, Father Patrick Peyton, said: "The Family That Prays Together Stays Together."
So, come Sunday to Facebook.com/FamilyTheaterHCFMwith family and friends, and send the Rosary around the world, for, as Father Peyton said, "A World at Prayer Is a World at Peace."
About Kate O'Hare
Based in Los Angeles, Kate O'Hare is a veteran entertainment journalist, social-media manager for Catholic production company Family Theater Productions, and a screenwriter.