Virtual Mission Rosary
October 27, 2021
Join us in prayer
Register now to join us at our Virtual Mission Rosary Zoom event on Wednesday, October 27, 2021, at 7 PM EST! Fr. Daniele Criscione, US Mission Center Director, will be joined by Fr. Ace Valdez, missionary in Brazil – as they pray for five PIME Missionaries from five different areas of the world.
RSVP now to unite with us in prayer at this Virtual Mission Rosary Zoom event and receive your FREE MISSION ROSARY* mailed directly to you. Our PIME Missionaries need your prayers to support them as they go where God calls; serving whatever the need, no matter how great or small across 19 countries.
At this event, we will pray the Glorious Mysteries together and spotlight five PIME Missionaries who are serving on five different continents, while discussing the crucial work that each is committed to. Your Zoom link to join the Virtual Rosary event will be emailed to the email address you submit on the Monday before the event.
*Free mission rosaries limited to particpants in the United States
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Meet our hosts for the evening
Fr. Daniele Criscione,
PIME US Mission Center Director
Fr. Daniele, our US Mission Center Director, originally comes from Italy where he was very involved in youth spiritual animation. His experience with technology was pivotal in sharing the reality of the missions during the height of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Now, he looks to join people together in person and virtually so that all of us can share in prayer, no matter our circumstances.
Fr. Ace Valdez,
PIME Missionary in Brazil
Fr. Ace hails from the Philippines where the late, American PIME Missionary Fr. Steve Baumbusch inspired his vocation. Fr. Ace carries on this passion that was passed on to him in his work in Sao Paolo. Through his evangelization and outreach, he looks to discover the next generation of PIME Missionaries.
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Leave us your full name and prayer intention, and we will also pray for you during the Virtual Mission Rosary.
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What is the Mission Rosary?
The World Mission Rosary was envisioned by Archbishop Fulton John Sheen, then the national director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, in 1951. He made the request on a radio show that his listeners “Embrace the world in prayer.” To do so he introduced this Rosary.
The uniqueness of the rosary lies in the five colors represented by the beads of each decade. This rosary honors the work of mission, our call to be missionaries, and a dedication to world unity and peace.
Each continent is represented by a different color, making it not only a beautiful rosary, but one rich in symbolism.
What do the Colors Represent?
Yellow – symbolizes Asia and the Middle East. Together we will pray for Sr. Silvia Leone, Missionary Sister of the Immaculate (PIME Sister) in Bangladesh.
Green – symbolizes Africa. On this continent, we will pray for the work of Sr. Daniela Migotto, Missionary Sister of the Immaculate in Cameroon.
Red – symbolizes North and South Americas. Here we will pray for The Guerra Family: a mother, father, and their two children who are a part of the PIME Lay Missionary Program working in Brazil.
White – symbolizes Europe. Our prayer intentions will be said for Fr. Ivan Straface, PIME Missionary in Italy.
Blue – symbolizes Oceania. Lastly, we will state our intentions for the work of Fr. Robert Moe, PIME Missionary in Papua New Guinea.