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.
October 3-9, 2020
The Pittsburgh Rosary Congress will be held in St. Anthony Chapel (address below). It begins Saturday, October 3rd, at 8:00 pm, and ends Friday, October 9th, at 6:30 pm. Details follow.
EVERY HOUR -- 24/7 until the Closing Mass on Friday evening, October 9th -- at least TWO PEOPLE will audibly pray the Holy Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet, and other prayers in the presence of Our Eucharistic Lord. The following lists the Rosary Congress (special) Masses:
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.
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