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Men’s Rosaries are a spontaneous lay initiative inspired by the Holy Spirit. It’s a movement of men assembling to honor Our Lady, offering reparations for the offenses to her Immaculate Heart and showing true masculinity in public as a bold testament of our faith.

It started in Poland with a group of men from all walks of life, young and old, kneeling in battle formation, with their prayer bead weapons in hand, devoutly reciting the rosary in public.

This public showcase of faith that spread through social media has now inspired other men to host similar prayer events around the world.

Rosaries across the World

From Poland to Ireland, Australia, United Kingdom, Croatia, Spain, Scotland, Mexico, Ecuador, Dominican Republic, Argentina, Colombia, the United States and many more!

Our Lady's request to St. Dominic

 “Be of good cheer, Dominic, the remedy for the evils which you lament will be meditation on the life, death and glory of My Son, uniting all with the recitation of the angelic salutation (Hail Mary) by which the mystery of redemption was announced to the world. This devotion, which you are to inculcate by your preaching, is a practice most dear to My Son and Me. The faithful will obtain by it innumerable advantages and shall always find Me ready to aid them in their wants. This is the precious gift which I leave to you and to your spiritual children.”

Our Lady's request at Fatima

 “Pray the Rosary every day in order to obtain peace for the world and the end of the war.”


“The Rosary is the weapon for these times.”

St. Padre Pio

“Give me an army saying the Rosary and I will conquer the world”

Bl. Pope Pius IX

“The Rosary is the most powerful weapon to touch the Heart of Jesus, our redeemer, who loves His mother”

St. Louis Marie de Montfort

“The Holy Rosary is a powerful weapon. Use it with confidence and you’ll be amazed at the results”

St. Josemaria Escriva

“It would be impossible to name all the many Saints who discovered in the Rosary a genuine path to growth in holiness.”

Saint John Paul II



Upon availability of a Priest, we would have confession 30 minutes prior to the Start.


The main event: praying The Most Holy Rosary in reparation for the offenses to the Immaculate Heart of Our Blessed Mother


Build fraternal relationships by spending quality time among the brethren.

Upcoming Events

Our next Men’s Rosary will be held on the Feast of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary


January 13th, 2024


9:00 a.m.


  • A Rosary
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“We believe that our role, the role of men in God’s plan, is to protect for eternal life all those whom God has given us here on earth. Just as St. Joseph was the earthly protector of the Holy Family, we have the task of defending the sanctity of our families and loved ones. We want to do it together, in a community of men. In this unity, we strengthen our identity and our masculine virtues.”

Father Dominik Chmielewski – Chaplain of Men’s Rosary Movement in Poland

Please don’t. There will be a modest amplification system that will be used by anyone who is leading the prayers.

We want to make sure our presence doesn’t alter the normal ambience of the surroundings.

Teens and older Boys are absolutely welcome to join as long as they’re accompanied by their Fathers, are able to pray the Rosary devoutly and remain silent when expected.
This is a MALE only activity. We would never demand any female to leave; however we charitably ask to please respect the nature of the event.

The only exception on presence of Females allowed is with the purpose of documenting the encounter through pictures. If you feel inclined to take pictures, we kindly ask to please do it briefly from a distance to avoid becoming a distraction.

There’s plenty of parking spaces available around the Rectory of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.

There’s no need to park on the neighboring streets and we kindly ask to avoid it at all cost.



11780 Old St Augustine Road
Jacksonville, FL 32258
(corner lot by Hood Landing Rd – nearby the Rectory of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church)

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