Universal

Living Rosary Association

The aim of the Living Rosary is to ask God, through the intercession of Our Lady of the Rosary, for the conservation of the Faith in Catholic countries, the conversion of sinners, the strengthening of the just, and the exaltation of the Holy Church.

message from 

Patti Melvin, Director

October Note

October 2020 Dear Apostles of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Our hearts are filled with gratitude and joy to be able to reach out to you now, months after the deadly CCP virus has spread throughout the whole world and a campaign of fear and panic has been planted in...

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message from 

Fr. Ivon Kolodiy

Glory Be To Jesus Christ!

O Sacred Heart of Jesus, be Thou our Light, our strength, our shelter and place of refuge here below; and after the painful struggles of life, be Thou our incomparable Treasure and Eternal Bliss in Heaven!Dear Members, Benefactors and Apostles of the Immaculate Heart...

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messages from

Around the World

I Am So Excited To Start This Mission

Dearest Patti Melvin, Greetings! I received today your Endorsement Letter to the Bishop of Imus, the Dedicated Decades Winter edition, and leaflets and booklets. I am so excited to start this mission. I am now an official ULRA missionary and promoter! I will arrange...

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Share Your Gift of Faith

For centuries, our cherished Catholic faith has been passed from person to person, parent to child, etc. Each of us carries in our heart a special memory of how God first graced us with the knowledge of the faith and how Our Blessed Mother, Saint Philomena, Venerable Pauline Jaricot, and other saints changed our lives and brought us closer to Christ.

In our work in the Universal Living Rosary Association, we see first hand how millions of souls are currently living without that knowledge of God and are living outside of His grace. We have been given a beautiful opportunity to carry out Christ’s work and pass on our faith and blessings to others who would otherwise never be introduced to Our Lord, the Savior of all mankind. Just as we pray for the souls in Purgatory who have no one to pray for them, we should also make it a part of our life’s mission to pass on our faith to as many souls as possible who have no one else to pass it on to them, who don’t know Our Lord and His promise of salvation.