October-Month of the Holy Rosary

“The Rosary is like a phone call to heaven.  Our Catholic faith is alive; pray to Mary, mother to us all.” – Auxiliary Bishop James Massa (from his homily at the Rosary Rally at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph with the students from the Academies/Schools of the Diocese of Brooklyn/Queens.)

Resources from Learn360:

  • The Rosary – (Grades PreK-5) –  Join Brother Francis in this entertaining and guidance-filled presentation that will inspire children to deepen their faith by praying the Rosary.
  • Our Lady of the Rosary (Seasons Of Our Years) – Grades 3-5) – Seasons of Our Years looks at different feast days and what they mean to us.
  • The Holy Rosary-Segment 1 – WOW (A Catholic Game Show) – (Grade 3- 6)  WOW is a Catholic game show featuring three founds of three third graders answering host Fr. Reed’s questions about phrases that have significance in Catholic teaching about the Holy Rosary.  The program is clipped into 4 segments, each a round of play.  Print out the Resource page which includes all questions – and their answers – and play around before watching.
  • The Holy Rosary-Segment 2
  • The Holy Rosary-Segment 3
  • The Holy Rosary-Segment 4
  • Hello!  Is Anybody Out There? (Prayer) –  I’m Catholic and That’s What’s Up! (Grades 6-8)  Host David Bisono is joined by Fr. Kevin Abels of the Diocese of Brooklyn to explore topics that will inspire young people to learn more about their faith. In this episode: Prayer is essential for every believer and some may even say it’s the oxygen that keeps us alive. Prayer must become an important part of our lives if we truly desire to live lives that please and honor God. Get ready to connect with the maker of heaven and earth through prayer. Once you connect with God your life will never be the same. Believe it!
  • Rosary Stars – (Grades 6-8 – Rt:  11:00) — This video is a good refresher for young teens about praying the Rosary.  It will help deepen their understanding of this timeless prayer.

Other Resources:


  • The Rosary is recited daily and can be seen at 7 AM, 1 PM, and 5:30 PM each day on NET TV