080: What You Should Know About the Rosary (w/ Greg and Jennifer Willits)

080: What You Should Know About the Rosary (w/ Greg and Jennifer Willits) October 7, 2020

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic Podcast, I’m joined by Greg and Jennifer Willits veteran podcasters and the founders of The Rosary Army, a ministry dedicated to making, praying, and giving away rosaries.

We talk about the rosary from every angle this week including the Scriptural basis, why we pray to Mary and the saints to begin with, what the rosary involves, the fruits of praying the rosary, and some of the incredible miracles linked to this ancient prayer!

It’s a great episode, lots of fun, and packed with tons of information!

For more from Greg and Jennifer visit their personal website, where you can find their podcast as well. And check out The Rosary Army to order a free rosary and start to pray immediately!

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