Will you be a part of the movement in the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston to pray ONE MILLION ROSARIES FOR VOCATIONS between the Feast of the Assumption on Aug. 15 to the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary on Oct. 7?

It’s never been done here before but WITH YOUR HELP, WE CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN.

“Behind and before every vocation is always the strong and intense prayer of someone: a grandmother, a grandfather, a mother, a father, a faith community … Vocations are born in prayer and from prayer: and only through prayer can we persevere and bear fruit.”
– Sister Martha Gomez, R.G.S., Delegate for Consecrated Life in the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston

CATHOLIC VOCATIONS include priesthood, religious life, marriage, and single life – callings to join Christ through our baptism, serving God as we serve others.

ENTER YOUR PLEDGE for the number of rosaries you will pray for vocations at https://dwc.org/onemillionrosaries or use the QR code below.

SHARE this endeavor with their family, friends, and organizations outside of the state, so we will have beautiful souls all over the world praying for increased vocations in our diocese. While rosaries are typically associated with Catholics, non-Catholics pray the rosary as it is recognized as a valid form Christian devotion and mindfulness.

RESOURCES for success! Whether you learned the rosary as a child or just learning as an adult use these resources to help make this popular meditative prayer a part of your devotions.