Children’s Rosary Blog


The Children’s Rosary blog was begun shortly after the formation of the Children’s Rosary. It became a very personal way for the founder of the Children’s Rosary, Blythe Kaufman, to share the day-to-day experiences of members of the Children’s Rosary prayer group movement. While the growth of the Children’s Rosary necessitated a website that had the capacity to register groups and provide a larger infrastructure, the blog remains true to the grassroots nature of this prayer group movement. In the blog, we share our sufferings and blessings. It is also the place where one can see children from around the world meeting in their Children’s Rosary prayer groups. From interior Alaska, USA with its frigid temperatures to children meeting in rural Kenya at the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro, it can all be found HERE. To receive blog posts directly to your email inbox, click here to SUBSCRIBE.

Please note, posts are written primarily in English but occasionally in other languages such as Spanish and French.


  We are so excited to share with you that our Spanish Children’s Rosary, Rosario de Niños, will be premiering on EWTN on March 8th. It will air Monday through Friday March 8-12. They 

  Queridos Amigos,  Nosotros estamos muy emocionados para compartir con ustedes que nuestro Rosario de Niños en español, Rosario de Niños, se estrenará en EWTN en el 8 de marzo 

  A Mass was offered on February 25th for all the members of the Children’s Rosary and all who help the Children’s Rosary.  We continue to have a Mass said for the this inte 

  We want to share some good news. On January 31st, 2021 two barrels containing 17,287 handmade rosaries were picked up. They will go on a shipping container bound for Tanzania. There they will b 

  We are excited to share that following the Consecration to Jesus through Mary which Bishop Keenan led over the past 34 day, he has decided to continue to lead the Rosary nightly. The last 9 day 

  If you enjoyed the Consecration journey consider giving a book to family or friends. There is certainly no time like the present to give such a gift. There is always something rather urgent abo