Here is What Clergymen, Parents and Children are Saying About the Children’s Rosary

Cardinal Sean O’Malley blesses members of the Children’s Rosary at Sacred Heart Church in Middleboro, Massachusetts USA

Robert Cardinal Sarah; Vatican City
“The graces that are so evidently springing from the Children’s Rosary through the powerful intercession of Our Lady give me great hope not only for Africa, but for the many countries worldwide that you are engaged in and where the Lord wishes you to venture. Please know of my fervent support for your apostolate.”

Fr. Andrew Apostoli CFR; EWTN Host
“This is a great prayer movement. I hope many people will either want to form a group or encourage groups to form.”

Archbishop Emeritus Henry J. Mansell; Hartford, CT
“It is clear that the Children’s Rosary does not offer a new Rosary, but rather serves to assist the children who pray the Rosary to do so in a special way bringing them to safety and holiness of life under the intercession and protection of the Blessed Mother.”

Timothy Cardinal Dolan; New York, NY
“Please know how grateful I am for your efforts to introduce and inculcate a devotion to the Rosary among our young people.”

Vicky Bunty; Children’s Rosary group leader: Hanover, PA
“It is such a blessing and gives me so much peace to watch my grandson as well as all the other children saying the Rosary.”

Connie Anderson; Mom and Children’s Rosary group leader: Baton Rouge, LA
“The Children’s Rosary is a gift from Jesus’ family to ours. Like Bl. Mother Teresa of Calcutta’s witness, this prayer movement for children is a ‘simple path’ to holiness. There is nothing complicated about it.”

Allie; fourth grader and member of the Children’s Rosary: Destrehan, LA
“Saying the Rosary together feels more powerful than just saying it by yourself.”

Asher; Age 6 West Hartford, CT
“The Children’s Rosary is important because we can give more love to Jesus and Mary.”

Sr. Angela de Fatima Coelho, asm; Postulator of the Cause of Canonization of Francisco and Jacinta Marto, and Vice Postulator for the Cause of Canonization of Sr. Lucia
“The movement of the Children’s Rosary seems to have captured one of the central calls of the message of Fatima, which is the prayer of the Rosary.”