Now that you have learned to make rosaries, you may be wondering what to do with all of them. Below we offer some suggestions. But by all means, you are not limited to these.
Be resourceful! Find out from your Pastor if you may
leave a basket of rosaries in the vestibule of the Church.
Or, find a Legion of Mary in your area.
The Knights of Columbus, Rosary & Altar Societies,
First Communion, Confirmation and RCIA classes
often give rosaries away. Local Hospitals and Nursing homes will usually welcome your hand-made rosaries.
Rosary Makers Guide is owned and operated
by the owners of PrayTheRosary Apostolate.
Our's is a family operation, our own charitable contribution
to the poor. We give our rosaries away, and ask those
who receive our sacramentals to make a donation to the poor, such as through St. Anthony's Bread.
We sell custom-made Rosary Makers Kits and use the profit to buy supplies to partially support our mission work.
We also support Priests For Life, Several Sources Shelters and American Life League.
We give rosaries, scapulars and medals away
to those individuals in most need who contact us
through our apostolate.
above: Grandson Gabriel helping to sort and bag donations of Rosaries for the Missions
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If you are serious about making and donating your Rosaries, we suggest you join an organization called Our Lady's Rosary Makers.
You will receive a quarterly Newsletter where names and addresses of missions needing Rosaries are listed.
Lewis & Company also lists names and addresses HERE
BEFORE YOU SHIP:
Please click on the icon above to be directed to our NEW "Rosaries for the Troops" page.
PLEASE CONTACT ONLY THOSE ORGANIZATIONS LISTED THERE IF YOU WISH TO DONATE ROSARIES FOR OUR TROOPS
If you know of a person or organization handling rosaries for the Military, please contact us and we will be happy to post their information.
If you have received requests for rosaries from individuals,
please verify their information.
Find out the name of their local Bishop; verify diocese/archdioceses, and priests names for overseas Missions and Chapels.
A quick Google search will help you verify this information.
Would you like to give a Rosary Mysteries Pamphlet away with each Rosary you make?