Pray the Rosary on Facebook Live: Monday, May 20


Join us Monday, May 20, at 1:30 PM Eastern as we pray the Rosary together on Facebook Live! The Mary, Mother of the Church Chapter of the Father Peyton Guild will pray the Rosary together during this Facebook Live event. To participate, visit in time for the live event, or pray along with us afterward, whenever you can, by finding the live video in our Facebook feed!

Our guest will be Father Willy Raymond, C.S.C, who is President of Holy Cross Family Ministries. Father Willy is a dynamic and engaged leader who is passionate in his pursuit of all things Family Rosary! In the few years he has been President of Holy Cross Ministries he has overseen the development and launching of multiple media platforms to continue the missionary work of Father Patrick Peyton: to promote family prayer, and the Rosary in particular. Father Willy earned a BA in Philosophy from Stonehill College in 1967 and a MA in Theology from the University of Notre Dame in 1971. In addition to English, Father Willy is conversant in French and Spanish. He’s a native of Old Town, Maine, and one of 12 children.

All are welcome to pray with us – and please feel free to send any special prayer requests to me in advance at, or simply add them into the comment section as we pray the Rosary together.

Find out more!

Learn more about the Father Peyton Guild and find out how to join: it’s free! You will receive a welcome kit and regular communication from Father Marcham on Father Peyton’s cause.

Allison Gingras and Margaret Dwyer Hogan discuss the Father Peyton Guild on Facebook Live.

Copyright 2019 Margaret Dwyer Hogan


About Author

Margaret Dwyer Hogan is a mother of four, married for 20 plus years to Michael Hogan. In 1998 at the gentle invitation of a friend, she learned to pray the mysteries of the Rosary using a card published by Holy Cross Family Ministries. This led to a radical change in her family life. Margaret now promotes devotion to Family Rosary however she can! At, Margaret coordinates the Sunday Gospel Activities.

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