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Will You Pray One Decade of the Rosary Per Day for a Roman Catholic Priest?

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“The Rosary is the weapon for these times.” -Saint Padre Pio

"Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you receive it, and you will." (Mark 11:24)

How the Campaign Works

Step 1: You sign up under the "Become a Prayer Warrior" tab.

Step 2: *On the first of every month, you will receive an email with the name of a Roman Catholic Priest to pray for.

Step 3: Every single day during that month, it is your job to pray one decade of the Rosary for that specific priest by name.

Step 4: The next month, you will automatically receive via email the name of a different priest and you will continue to pray a decade per day for him. 


Our prayers have power - let's use them to support the Catholic Church and her Priests.

(Note: We currently have a spreadsheet of hundreds of priests in the United States and are continually expanding the list. If you want to add priests from your diocese or from a particular religious order, click on the "Contact" page and reach out.)



Pray for our Roman Catholic Priests; the goal of this campaign is to ensure that as many Roman Catholic Priests as possible are prayed for, by name, on a daily basis.

Promote the need for Catholic lay people to sustain our priests through their prayers. Priests are the shepherds of the Church and the way they carry out their duties influences a countless number of souls throughout their lifetime. We must pray for the spiritual strengthening of our priests so they can spiritually nourish us, their flock.

Persevere through this age of confusion and apathy. Catholic Priests have a heavy burden to carry and we can help them persevere with our prayers. Let us band together in faith and restore the Catholic Church, one decade at a time.

"Have no anxiety at all, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, make your requests known to God." -Philippians 4:6

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