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The 24 Hour Easter Rosary

Even though we're not together, we're still one body. Thank you for joining us in celebrating God's resurrection and praying for healing.
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Our Prayer Leaders

  • Abby

    Hallow Guide

    Sat. 8:00 pm EST
  • Leah Darrow

    Lux U Founder & America's Next Top Model

    9:00 pm EST
  • Katie Prejean McGrady

    Speaker and Author

    10:00 pm EST
  • Sarah & Justin

    COVID-19 Nurse & Husband Patient

    11:00 pm EST
  • Lisa Hendey Founder

    Sun. 12:00 am EST
  • Christopher Check

    Catholic Answers President

    1:00 am EST
  • Nathan Crankfield

    Army Captain Veteran

    2:00 am EST
  • Erich & Alessandro

    Hallow Co-Founders

    3:00 am EST
  • Alex Jones

    Hallow CEO & Co-Founder

    4:00 am EST
  • Christy Pennington

    ICU Nurse

    5:00 am EST
  • Sister Mathilde

    Sister of Christian Charity

    6:00 am EST
  • Dr. Kerekes

    Yale Hospital

    7:00 am EST
  • Sam Guzman

    Catholic Gentleman Founder

    8:00 am EST
  • Mary Lenaburg

    Be Brave in the Scared Author

    9:00 am EST
  • John Edwards

    Just a Guy in the Pew Founder

    10:00 am EST
  • Francisco Lozano

    Hallow Guide (Spanish)

    11:00 am EST
  • Jason Evert

    Chastity Project Founder

    12:00 pm EST
  • Bishop Rhoades

    Fort Wayne - South Bend

    1:00 pm EST
  • Fr. Pete

    University of Notre Dame

    2:00 pm EST
  • Notre Dame Seminary

    New Orleans, LA

    3:00 pm EST
  • Sherry Hayes-Peirce


    4:00 pm EST
  • Fr. John-Mary Bowlin

    Diocese of Tyler (Latin)

    5:00 pm EST
  • Damon Owens

    JoyTOB Founder

    6:00 pm EST
  • Francis

    Hallow Guide

    7:00 pm EST

Watch Recording

We prayed the Rosary once an hour every hour, starting Easter Vigil (4/11) at 8pm EST through 8pm EST Easter Sunday (4/12). The rest of the hour we spent in quiet meditation & adoration. Hallow hosted the meeting through Zoom and streamed it via Facebook Live.

From the Pope

"The gift of special Indulgences is granted to the faithful suffering from COVID-19 disease, commonly known as Coronavirus, as well as to health care workers, family members and all those who in any capacity, including through prayer, care for them.

The Plenary Indulgence is granted to the faithful suffering from Coronavirus, who are subject to quarantine by order of the health authority in hospitals or in their own homes if, with a spirit detached from any sin, they unite spiritually through the media to the celebration of Holy Mass, the recitation of the Holy Rosary, to the pious practice of the Way of the Cross or other forms of devotion, or if at least they will recite the Creed, the Lord's Prayer and a pious invocation to the Blessed Virgin Mary, offering this trial in a spirit of faith in God and charity towards their brothers and sisters."

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Community Intentions

  1. For all essential workers and their families.for an increased appreciation of all works and our dependence on them to meet our needs.

  2. For all the addicted, we thank you Holy Trinity, for freedom and hope in the future brought by reliance upon you.

  3. That God will heal the divisions in our world and that we may all come together in our humanity and show love, kindness and tolerance.

  4. For the conversion of my family and healing of my brother’s heart.

  5. For our vulnerable born and unborn children. God’s precious gifts to be cherished and protected.

  6. To all those celebrating Easter alone. May they feel the comfort and light of our Lord and know they are never truly alone. We pray for the souls in purgatory who have no one to pray for them. We pray that God’s will to be done!

  7. For the conversion of my wife, Monica, to Catholicism. For my sister, Katrina, who is experiencing health problems and recent separation from her hushand.

  8. For complete knowledge of sin and sincerity in repentance and grace of a contrite Confession. Miraculous healing Lyme babesiosis, erlichiosis.

    Love of Jesus and Mary and neighbor…in severe danger of condemnation and abusive marriage. Thanks

  9. I pray for my wife to join the full faith and become a full partner in Christ so we can lead our children to heaven together.

  10. For my family and friends. That they know the peace of Christ

  11. To end the COVID-19 pandemic and all suffering caused by the virus. Complete restoration of my relationship with my oldest son. Health and well-being for my entire family. Financial wellness for my household; more than enough for us with the ability to give to others.

  12. For Aurora, an Easter miracle for her life, healing in her family from despair and addictions Sandra and Javier. Javier The father as well. For strength and peace for God’s will and for the whole family and grandmother Josie in charge of other two young children

  13. For my family to grow in faith, for my Aunt Doris’s health, for my best friend to see Jesus and love Him. For my friend’s cousin Carol.

  14. For my Aunt Yvonne Martinez, who is battling cancer for the 3rd time and has recently had many complications which will ultimately lead to her passing. Please pray for a miracle and for our family during this difficult time.

  15. For all of my middle school students — my spiritual children — whose anxiety, depression, loneliness, and other feelings of distress are being compounded by the pandemic situation. For their light, consolation, peace, healing, and lasting hope.

  16. My intention is for Sam, she’s been battling anxiety and depression.

  17. For my son in law who is a doctor and was sent to NYC to aid in the COVID crisis and for my daughter and grandchildren who are alone right now.

  18. For all of our priests and consecrated souls who may be experiencing loneliness and difficulties during these days of isolation and quarantine; for encouragement for them and the graces of the Holy Spirit, especially Fortitude and Wisdom to be upon them through the Immaculate hands of Our Blessed Mother the Virgin Mary.

  19. For Vicki that she receives complete healing from COVID-19 and for her family, for peace. For baby Max – also for complete healing – for his body to accept his new heart fully. For all my family and friends who are yet to know the saving grace of Our Lord, that they may come to know Him fully at this time. Amen.

  20. For my family. My husband and I to find peace and love above all things. For my daughters future. And end to all that separates us from Christ. Amen!

  21. For all who front line people and their families. Also prayers for my family that the are under the spiritual care.

  22. Please completely heal our dear friend Rafael, who is recovering from Covid19

  23. For my sister-in-law, Karla, who tested positive with COVID-19

  24. For the end of this pandemic, and the conversion and the forgiveness of sins of the whole world, past, present and future. For the repose of the souls of everyone who has died of either COVID-19 or of other causes, past, present and future.

  25. For my mother who has covid, that she may be healed and for my uncle who is in the ICU. For all those who feel alone and afraid during these unprecedented times. Thank you.

  26. For reparation of sins, conversion of sinners . For Popes Francis, Benedict, Cardinals , Bishops and Priests. For those who have left the church. For the poor souls in purgatory. For the President and all public officials that they may do the right thing and protect life. For the end of this plague please God.

  27. For my children that they will come to know and serve God.

  28. For Karen Schneider Kirner who was recently diagnosed with Breast Cancer, that she may be healed according to your will, Lord. Be with her and her family in this difficult and stressful time.

  29. For my friend who lives alone is a widow has no children and fell and broke her collar bone

  30. For my daughter in law who has breast cancer and for God through his endless mercy to help end this pandemic that we are going through

  31. For my daughter a nurse and my other daughter who is pregnant in a very high case area. Let us pray for the end of this virus and to pray for our Heavenly Father to forgive us and bring new life to the world

  32. For Imelda Martinez, who is suffering for intense anxiety, chronic headaches and stomach pains.

  33. For all the researchers looking for a treatment or a vaccine, that the Holy Spirit will enlighten them and guide them to a solution.

  34. I would likely to pray the rosary on 4/11 for the eternal rest of my daughter Hannah Williams , who would of turn 18 years old on Saturday 4/11/2020.
    Also for the strength and comfort from Virgin Mary who lost her only son, please show me the path and the way to bring comfort to my husband and my kids .

  35. For our loved ones who are not close to the Lord, that this may open their eyes and their hearts to the love and grace God is offering them.

  36. For an end to the Coronavirus pandemic and a speedy recovery for all those who are sick. Amen.

  37. For my mother who is recovering from open heart surgery and for my family, especially those who have been affected by Covid19. For all the medical staff, first responders, and those that are considered essential workers, may they be kept safe. Lord hear our prayers 🙏🏼

  38. For everyone afflicted by Covid-19, for everyone risking their lives to care for them, for the family members who are afraid, and alone. For my friend’s husband who is ill in the hospital due to diabetes. May he gain his strength and health. For all those suffering from depression and anxiety during these difficult times, please God heal us, protect us and deliver us from the uncertainty we are facing.

  39. Hello – we need continued prayers for my husband Greg. They did more test and found a 1 cm little cancer on his common bio duct and Greg is having major surgery on April 14th – please continue prayers and all the prayer warrior out there to do as well. thanks so much. God is an almighty God and he will never forsake us and he has never forsaken me

  40. For my daughter, Alicia, a nurse, staff responder,

    For my other daughter, Christine, who had the virus 2 weeks ago.

    God, please save and protect the whole family from this virus.

  41. For all those suffering from this virus, for all those caring for them, for all those who will die today, and for the fruit of millions of conversions to Jesus from this time of difficult grace. I pray all of this in the Holy name of Jesus and in uniformity to God’s holy will. Amen

  42. For all life to be respected and protection for the unborn.

  43. Beloved Father, help us to live according the teachings of your Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. Help us to live your willing in our lives with loyalty and happiness.
    For those who are suffering most. For those who have lost their beloved ones, give them consolation and faith in resurrection. For all the families, specially for those who are in troubles.

  44. For my mom who has Alzheimer’s and is in a nursing center that is in lockdown. May God protect her and grant her peace of heart and peace of mind, as she struggles to understand why her daily visitations have stopped. And for all nursing care residents and their families who are isolated from loved ones.

  45. For all my fellow nurses, aides, lab techs, respiratory therapists, physicians and support staff – that we all can persevere through these challenging times. Bless my coworkers and keep them safe. Bless our patients and protect them as we work to restore their health.

  46. For my daughter, a teacher and all teachers as they face the challenge of navigating through a new system of on-line learning (in Canada), Lord help them to be find ways to connect and reach out to their students to keep their minds engaged and motivated

  47. For the loneliest person in our respective communities.

  48. Got my country Mexico, may god grant us the possibility of having a wise government and one to see for the good of Mexico
    For my family and my loved ones

  49. For all the people who die daily without confession

  50. For my Dad and his team of doctors working to help protect the people on the air force base with supplies and guidance.

  51. For all those doctors, nurses, first responders and medical staff working and caring for the sick. For all those essential workers making sure the rest of us have what we need. For my father-in-law who is having heart surgery on Thursday, May the Lord bless the doctor’s hands. May almighty God keep us all safe and healthy. Amen

  52. Lord, heal me and my family.

  53. I pray for all the holy souls in Purgatory and those whom have passed on, especially Kay Empfield. Eternal rest grant to all those whom have passed away.

  54. For the healing, liberation and conversion of the souls.

  55. For all those expecting babies and for those who have recently had a baby! That they might stay healthy and safe, and that God might give them strength in this time of isolation.

  56. Our Heavenly Father as you open the doors for all those who passed away from this terrible virus please watch over those who are working 24/7 to help others who have become sick. We look to your Lord because you are our hope. Please stop the spread.

  57. For all the sick and those taking care of them. For one of my siblings who is undergoing aggressive treatment in the coming days. Lord, increase our faith that with you, we will all grow through this hard times; help us fully abandon everything in your hands.

  58. For those in nursing homes and group homes who are unable to have visitors. May God keep them safe, healthy, and spare them loneliness while they are separated from their families. For the staff in nursing homes and group homes, may God keep them safe and healthy.

  59. For all the videographers and behind-the-scenes staff who will be working all week to stream live Masses all over the world. God bless you all!

  60. For some family friends who have the virus and are not expected to pull through.

  61. Please help us all to stay safe this weekend but also to feel community this weekend as well

  62. For all who are unable to attend Mass this weekend, I pray they are still able to receive communion spiritually and to feel Your presence, Lord

  63. Cannot wait for the Rosary! When we pray, I would like to add an intention for my grandfather, who has been in poor health lately. Thank you so much for keeping him in your prayers

  64. For all of those suffering, sick, and unemployed

  65. To implore from Almighty God the end of the epidemic, relief for those who are afflicted, and eternal salvation for those whom the Lord has called to Himself

  66. Govern everything by your wisdom, O Lord, so that my soul may always be serving you in the way you will and not as I choose. Let me die to myself so that I may serve you; let me live to you who are life itself. Amen.

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