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Wednesday - Saturday
10am -4pm

Groups only

Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Chapel

Monday - Friday
11:30 am Rosary
12:00 pm Mass
3:00 pm Confession
3:00 Holy Hour (Friday)


Services are not offered on the weekend.

Masks are not required unless you were a recent close contact or tested positive for COVID. Thank you.

1 (4)Continuing Father Peyton’s tradition of gathering families together to pray the Rosary! 

Join us for our second annual Family Rosary Festival beginning with a beautiful candlelight procession honoring Our Blessed Mother Mary on the Memorial of Our Lady of the Rosary.  Together we will pray and reflect for your family and families around the world.  Bring your family’s intentions to place in baskets during the procession.

We encourage all families to make their own banners of their Mary devotions to display during the event. Find instructions on our Facebook page!

Prayer will be followed by seasonal refreshments of cider and donuts inside. 

Don’t miss out on a meaningful, faith-filled Catholic tradition!

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Special Events



Enjoy a personalized tour for you and your family. Perfect for all ages!

Family Tour

Bring your family for a day of exploration, faith, and fun!

Retreats and groups

We welcome all prayer groups and organizations to spend the day with us.

Hold an Event with us

Come Pray with Us

Our chapel and the grounds are serene and family friendly. Visit anytime!

Experience Prayer

You and your family will find many resources available at our family-friendly chapel.

Pilgrimage to Burial Site

Visit the nearby burial site of Venerable Patrick Peyton inside the walls of the Cemetery of the Congregation of Holy Cross.

Visit Our Rosary Path

We know kids love to be outside, what better way to pray with them than at our beautiful Rosary Path.

Holy Hour For Families

Pray for your family and families around the world during Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.

"The family that prays together stays together"

Venerable Patrick Peyton, C.S.C.