Ranger Rosary

Ranger Rosary Ministry


Marilyn Esposito

Meeting Times:

Mondays, bi-monthly, 1:30pm in the Gonzaga Meeting Room

Ranger Rosary serves deployed members of our Armed Services. We make rosaries by hand, and since August 2009, our group has made over 23,000 rosaries for servicewomen and servicemen.

After the completion of the rosaries, they are sent to St. Mary’s in Annapolis, MD, the headquarters of the Ranger Rosary Ministry. From there, the rosaries are sent to chaplains worldwide and distributed to every member of the Armed Forces who would like a rosary.

Marilyn is happy to teach newcomers how to make the rosaries. Along with conversation and friendship, we pray one decade of the Rosary for our soldiers and for anyone’s intentions.

How to Make a Ranger Rosary

This video tutorial by St. Mary’s Parish in Annapolis, Maryland provides an overview of the process of crafting durable Ranger Rosaries.