O.L.O.L. Rosary Makers

 

 

Interested in learning how to make Rosaries in your own home or in groups?

Time to assemble each Rosary is about 10 minutes.

Training is available and this opportunity is open to both males and females of all ages.

Please contact the Parish office on 9639 8385 or Ken on 9639 9675 for supplies and information.

For Knotted Rosary Making Instructions in .pdf format click here:-Rosary making instructions.pdf

For Spacer Rosary Making Instructions in .pdf format click here:- Spacer Rosary making instructions.pdf

 

 

 

                Copies of this Prayer are available at the Parish Office

The Rosary Makers Prayer 

Dearest Mother to you we pray,

Bless the Rosaries we make today;

With loving hands we add each bead,

Then with trust in you we further plead.

 Bless the ones who in foreign lands,

Reach for them with outstretched hands;

And pray like we ,

That God hear or call,

For a WORLD UNITED and PEACE FOR ALL!  

O.L.O.L. Rosary Makers began in May 2009 after a request via the Catenian Associatian for Rosaries to be sent to Deacon Tony Cunningham in the Northern Territory for use in his missionary work. 400 unused Rosaries were collected from parishoners but 2000 were needed. How do we fill the need? I contacted, through a friend, the Rosary Makers of Kiama parish to obtain details on how to make Rosaries. Kiama parish generously donated their current stock of 750 Rosaries to the cause as well as information on the source of supplies. From this seed the call went out at all masses on the weekend of 16/17th May 2009 for Rosary makers or cash donations. 40 parishoners volunteered to learn to make Rosaries and over $400.00 in donations to buy materials was collected. In June 2009, 11Kg of Rosaries were sent to Deacon Tony in the N.T. As well as this, Rosaries have been given to Catechists in Baulkham Hills, Kellyville and Auburn parishes for distribution to their classes and also sent to missionaries in New Guinea, Ghana, Kenya and St Judes school in Tanzania. Rosary making will also soon be introduced to Our Lady of the Rosary school at Kellyville for year 5 and 6 students. Rosaries have been distributed to prisoners at Silverwater & Parklea prisons and to residents at Aminya and The Willows nursing homes.  

 

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