The living rosary


Maddie Hulsewede, Cecilia Casabella and Holland Hulsewede, from left to right, stood in their place as rosary “beads” during the 63rd annual “Living Rosary Procession” held Oct. 5 at Assumption High School. School age children form the shape of the rosary during the presentation. Each child sits down when the prayer he or she represents is prayed. (Record Photo by Jessica Able, 2014)

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  1. says: Sandy Weber

    The living rosary is a beautiful way to involve the local Catholic community in prayer to honor Our Blessed Mother. It is a rewarding to see our youth serving one another and uniting together to make the ceremony so special. Thanks to all who planned and worked, especially the coordinator, Mrs. Becky Glasser.

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