Archbishop José Gomez, along with several other bishops and laity, pray the rosary in a moment of unified prayer for America. On the Feast of the Lady of the Rosary, the USCCB seeks healing and asks Our Lady to pray for us and help lead us to Jesus. #RosaryforAmerica
Bishop Robert Reed prays the sorrowful mysteries of The Rosary in Studio B at The CatholicTV Network in front of replicas of stained glass windows from Saint Mary's Hall at Boston College.
From 2014: Father Robert Reed prays the Joyful mysteries of the Rosary for the protection of all human life.
Daughters of Saint Paul pray a Memento Mori Rosary outside the crypt at their motherhouse.
Memento mori means "remember your death" in Latin, and refers to the ancient practice of meditating on death and the afterlife. The Memento Mori Rosary is composed of 5 mysteries that help us meditate on and enter into Jesus’ death. When we pray these mysteries we can ask for the grace to live our lives in preparation for our death, and we can thank God for the gift of salvation that allows us to hope in eternal life and the final resurrection of the body.
Bishop Robert Reed prays the luminous mysteries of The Rosary from Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross.
Bishop Robert Reed prays the sorrowful mysteries of The Rosary from Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross.
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Bishop (then Father) Robert Reed prays the sorrowful mysteries of The Rosary at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
Bishop Robert Reed prays the joyful mysteries of The Rosary at the grotto on the grounds of CatholicTV in Watertown, MA.
Bishop Robert Reed prays the sorrowful mysteries of The Rosary at The Baltimore Basilica, America's First Cathedral.
Pray the mysteries of the rosary with Bishop Robert Reed each day of the week in beautiful Catholic locations around the world.
Episodes featuring Cardinal Seán O'Malley and Archbishop Robert Carlson also air as part of The Rosary on CatholicTV.
- Sundays 3 am, 9:30 am, 6:30 pm (glorious mysteries)
- Mondays 3 am, 10 am, 6:30 pm (joyful mysteries)
- Tuesdays 3 am, 10 am, 6:30 pm (sorrowful mysteries)
- Wednesdays 3 am, 10 am, 6:30 pm (glorious mysteries)
- Thursdays 3 am, 10 am, 6:30 pm (luminous mysteries)
- Fridays 3am, 10am, 6:30pm (sorrowful mysteries)
- Saturdays 3 am, 10 am, 6:30 pm (joyful mysteries)
all times Eastern | subject to change
Pray The Rosary with Father Frank McFarland:
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 3 am
Pray with Father Frank On Demand.