Fellowship of the Rosary

Instruments of Our Lady 

The Catholic Church teaches us that we are saved through our faith and good works because we love Jesus; we follow His example. Jesus showed His love for us through His sacrifice and resurrection, we too may have everlasting life. If we love Jesus, we too must make sacrifices by our faith and good works, for this is to prove our love, just as Jesus proved his love for us. Through Jesus' sacrifice, we are redeemed from the "original sin", but when we sin, we turn from God. Even though God's love is unconditional, if we do not accept His love by continuing to sin, we are not accepting His salvation for us. Salvation is not possible because we refused it.

Like God's love, it is the same with His salvation, we may accept Jesus is our Savior, but if we decide to cut Jesus' safety rope by sinning, we cannot expect to be saved. We are "saved" because we have accepted God's grace but we must stay in a state of grace, for no one can be saved if they do not wish to be saved by continually sinning. It is not that Jesus does not have the power to save us, but that Jesus has given us our free will to choose. He will not be forced to save us, we must want to be save and to prove it. Furthermore accepting salvation does not mean all our previous and future sins automatically disappears; it means we need to turn back to Jesus and make our way to him through our faith and good works.

Since we have been redeemed and made worthy again as sons and daughters of God, and if we remain in the state of grace until our end in this life, we are saved; however, we still need to pay for our sins, in this life or the next.


As Catholics, we all know that praying, especially with the rosary, can help save us and if needed minimize our time in purgatory.

“He who saves a soul saves his own and satisfies for a multitude of sins.” - St. James the Apostle

Purgatory exist because of Jesus' loves us, He sacrifices Himself for us that we may have salvation.

“All who die in God's grace and friendship, but still imperfectly purified, are indeed assured of their eternal salvation; but after death they undergo purification, so as to achieve the holiness necessary to enter the joy of heaven” (Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1030).

For those who remain in God's grace, purification is required by pretty much all of us. So how bad is purgatory?

"This fire of Purgatory will be more severe than any pain that can be felt, seen or conceived in this world." - St. Augustine

“If only you knew with what great longing these holy souls yearn for relief from their suffering. Ingratitude has never entered Heaven.” - St. Margaret Mary

"I saw the torments of hell and those of purgatory; no words can describe them. Had poor mortals the faintest idea of them, they would suffer a thousand deaths rather than undergo the least of their torments during a single day." - St. Catherine of Siena

We can pray for our souls and others?
"We must say many prayers for the souls of the faithful departed, for one must be so pure to enter heaven." - St. John Vianney

We who are in this life, have the opportunity to purify ourselves now, as best as we can to minimize our visit to purgatory. If we care for own souls, we must have a plan for our faith and good works; not only that, but also a back-up plan in place. That back-up plan is the Fellowship Of The Rosary.

Fellowship of the Rosary
When Our Lady calls, will we accept her request to become instruments of her works for our salvation?

The Fellowship of the Rosary was formed to ardently say yes to Our Lady. To be her instruments and not our own, to be her works and not our works.

"Join the Fellowship Of The Rosary."