Most Reverend David J. Malloy
BISHOP OF ROCKFORD, IL
“Thank you also for the infonnation you provided about the organization of praying the Rosary on the weekend of October 7, 2018. I am always grateful for efforts to foster the praying of the Rosary in honor of our Blessed Mother, and I would be happy to encourage this in our parishes in the Diocese of Rockford.”
Most Reverend Joseph E. Kurtz, D.D.
ARCHBISHOP OF LOUISVILLE
“Thank you for writing. I salute your effort to promote praying the Rosary as a response to the Call for Life, Marriage, and Religious Liberty. I will share this information with those in our Archdiocese who are charged with the promotion of these efforts.
Please know of my prayers for this effort and all involved with it.”
Daniel Cardinal DiNardo
ARCHBISHOP OF GALVESTON-HOUSTON
“Thank for your letter of April 13th and your invitation to have the faithful of our local church participate in Rosary Coast to Coast. The encouragement of the people of God to pray the rosary for the intentions of the Church, for their communities, and for their personal needs is always laudable. The unique pastoral realities of the Archdiocese of Galveston Houston make the explicit encouragement of all of our people to pray the rosary at this one time unpractical, as a great many of our parishes and clergy are still celebrating Masses, often in Spanish, in the middle of the afternoon.
Nevertheless, the faithful of our local church will be encouraged to pray the rosary in connection with the Feast of Our Lady for the needs of the Church, the nation, and the world.”