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    Rosary Congress

    in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    "In the Arms of St. Joseph"

    For Reparation, Life, and Peace

  • "My Immaculate Heart

    will be your refuge,

    and the way that

    will lead you to God."

    -Our Lady of Fatima

  • What?

    A Rosary Congress

    In 1979, the people of Poland welcomed Pope John Paul ll to his homeland after praying continuous rosaries in the presence of Our Eucharistic Lord at the home of the beloved miraculous icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa. They did this for seven consecutive days. Now referred to as the first Rosary Congress, it was then called the “Siege of Jericho.” For a complete history, click here to access the (national) Diocesan Rosary Congresses website.

    When?

    October 2-8, 2021

    The Pittsburgh Rosary Congress will be held in St. Anthony Chapel (address below). It begins Saturday, October 2, 2021, following the 8:30 a.m. Mass and Outdoor Procession. It ends Friday, October 8, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. Details follow.

     

    EVERY HOUR -- 24/7 until the Closing Mass on Friday evening, October 8th -- at least TWO PEOPLE will audibly pray the Holy Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet, and other prayers in the presence of Our Eucharistic Lord. In addition to the regular Masses and Novena Prayers during the week, the following are added to the schedule:

    • OPENING MASS -- Saturday, October 2nd, at 8:30 AM in St. Anthony Chapel
      • Outdoor Eucharistic Rosary Procession immediately following Mass
      • Rosary Congress begins in St. Anthony Chapel following the procession
    • LEGION OF MARY EUCHARISTIC ROSARY MARCH, Epiphany Church, Divine Mercy Parish, downtown Pittsburgh -- Sunday, October 3rd, starting with 2:00 PM Mass; Bishop David Zubik celebrant and homilist
    • PRESENTATION about Our Blessed Mother by John Corcoran -- Monday, October 4th, at 7:00 PM in St. Anthony Chapel
    • PRESENTATION about the Holy Rosary, Part 1, by Fr. Jim Orr -- Tuesday, October 5th, at 12:30 PM in Most Holy Name cafeteria (across the street from St. Anthony Chapel). OPTIONAL LUNCH at 12:00 Noon; Call 412-999-4401 to reserve a spot for lunch. Free will offering. 
    • SPECIAL FEAST DAY VIGIL MASS honoring Our Lady of the Rosary -- Wednesday, October 6th at 7:00 PM in St. Anthony Chapel
    • PRESENTATION about the Holy Rosary, Part 2, by Fr. Jim Orr -- Thursday, October 7th, at 12:30 PM in Most Holy Name cafeteria (across the street from St. Anthony Chapel). OPTIONAL LUNCH at 12:00 Noon; Call 412-999-4401 to reserve a spot for lunch. Free will offering. 
    • CLOSING MASS -- Friday, October 8, 2021 at 7:00 PM
    For a PRINTABLE SCHEDULE (including regularly scheduled weekday Masses), please click below.

    Where?

    St. Anthony Chapel

    1704 Harpster Street

    Pittsburgh, PA 15212

    Troy Hill Neighborhood

    Part of the Shrines of Pittsburgh

     

    CONVENIENT and FREE PARKING IS AVAILABLE in the Chapel's parking lot.

     

    FOR OVERNIGHT ADORERS... Safe and convenient parking is available in the small parking lot next to the side (ramp) entrance of the Chapel.

    How?

    Click below to SIGN UP for an hour or more. Or, just show up!

    Why?

    Because you love your Heavenly Mother and She loves you!

    Spread the Word!

    Click below for a double-sided Pittsburgh Rosary Congress flyer.

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    SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2021

    Legion of Mary's

    100th Anniversary Mass

    and

    Eucharistic Rosary March

    Click below for a flyer with all the details. The Mass celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Legion of Mary begins at 2:00 p.m. at Epiphany Church, Divine Mercy Parish, with Bishop David Zubik as celebrant. The Eucharistic Rosary March begins after Mass, at approximately 3:00 p.m. Walk with our Eucharistic Lord while praying the Holy Rosary.

     

    Following the Eucharistic Rosary March, head to the church hall and enjoy light refreshments provided by Brother Andre's Cafe. Members of the Legion of Mary will be standing by with lots of Catholic books and other items for your spiritual enrichment.

     

    Spread the word!

     

    View, print, share the linked flyer by clicking below..

  • SAINT ANTHONY CHAPEL

    1704 Harpster Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212

    Troy Hill Neighborhood

    Part of the "Shrines of Pittsburgh"

  • QUESTIONS?

    Complete the form below to send an email, or call (412) 339-0960.

  • A heart-burning experience is awaiting those who encounter the Immaculate Heart of Mary as she leads us to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

    We hope you will join us.