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Don Dorn was experiencing a father's most dreaded moment. His son lay in the emergency room suffering a life-threatening brain injury. Awaiting an outcome seemingly out of his control, all he could do was wrapped around his hands.

Reflection
Praying the rosary is far less mythical and much more magical than you may realize. The magic comes from an ever-increasing internal peace in a crazy world, an awareness that no matter what the circumstances or situation, or even the outcome for that matter, you can gain an internal serenity. 

Verse
Behold, now is a very acceptable time; behold, now is the day of salvation.
2 Cor.6:2B

Catholics have historically and with great faith viewed Mary as the person through whom the Savior comes, the one who will defeat evil on earth. Through the rosary we ask for her intercession.

St. Katharine Drexel parishioners have been praying the Rosary since the church was founded. The grace of the prayer to the Holy Mother has lit the journey to Jesus for so many - whether through troubles and challenges in families, the loss of loved ones, or when everything in life seems darkest.

Parish groups meets regularly to pray for each other and to be socially engaged. The Church is rooted in community. 

We encourage you to check one out. 

Prayer
Heavenly Father,
Help us to realize we need help, your help and the help of those around us. None of us can do all things by ourselves, but together, in community, amazing things are possible. Help us to recognize when to ask for help and when to offer a hand. Amen.

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