Update: January 2022.  To this day, the “13th of the Month Rosary” takes place each month at Saint Agnes.  Times vary according to the season or other factors.  Please watch our Facebook page, the Bulletin, or call the parish office at 724-863-2626 to be certain of the time and place for the Rosary on the next 13th of the month.  In the meantime, please feel free to continue to download our Rosary resources below.  God bless you!

To celebrate the miracle of Fatima and the awesome power of the Rosary, Saint Agnes will hold a Parish Group Rosary on the 13th of each month between now and the 100th anniversary celebration of the Fatima Miracle of the Sun this coming October.

Each of these 5 Parish Group Rosaries on the 13th of the month will be based on a new theme. Watch in the bulletin and on Facebook for further information in upcoming months.

RosaryThe themes are as follows:

  • June 13th 8:00 pm  – How to Pray the Rosary (Download)
  • July 13th 8:00 pm – Quotes about the Rosary (Download)
  • August 13th 7:30 pm – Our Lady’s Fifteen Promises (Download)
  • September 13th 7:30 pm – Rosary Variations (Download)
  • October 13th 7:00 pm – The Interactive Rosary

Please come and participate in our Parish Group Rosaries! What are you waiting for? Come learn more about how and why to say this beautiful prayer called the rosary. Everyone is welcome!

RosaryIt’s Outdoors! Bring Lawn Chairs!

(In case of rain we will gather in the church)

“Dear reader, I promise you that if you practice this devotion (praying the rosary) and help to spread it you will learn more from the rosary than from any other spiritual book. And what is more, you will have the happiness of being rewarded by Our Lady, the Blessed Mother, in accordance with the promises that she made […] For the holy rosary teaches people about the virtues of Jesus and Mary, […] to approach the Sacraments often, to genuinely strive after Christian virtues and to do all kinds of good works, as well as interesting them in the many wonderful graces which can be gained through the rosary.” (c. 1710)

– St. Louis de Montfort