Evening Rosary

The rosary prayer has been part of Banneux since the day of the first apparition.

Little Mariette convinced that the Beautiful Lady in the garden is none other than the Virgin Mary. Suddenly, the child draws out the rosary from a drawer that she had found a few days ago on the pathway. In the evening, when she goes out of her house waiting for a new “visit”, she waits for Mary praying the rosary. The Beautiful Lady encourages her to pray when they go to the spring.

The rosary has been prayed every evening at 7 p.m. since the winter of 1933 in communion with the members of the International Prayer Union. It is an intense moment, because all the requests and intentions entrusted to Our Lady of Banneux are then placed in her Mother’s Heart.

Pray a lot!

The community prayer of the rosary is a response to Mary’s exhortation.

The Rosary goes along with me in times of joy and in times of trial. I reveal It many of my concerns. In It, I always find solace.

Saint John Paul II