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Website Review: Rosary Army

A review based on: http://www.rosaryarmy.com

Description

Rosary Army encourages people of all ages (especially teens and those without a complete understanding of the Rosary) to grow closer to God by meditating on the life of Jesus Christ through the praying of the Rosary. Their site is exceptionally well done and attractive. Rosary Army offers free instruction on making knotted twine/cord rosaries, and information on praying the Rosary. They also provide limited Rosary-making supplies to others and manage the distribution of donated Rosaries throughout North America via mail requests and religious conferences. Their daily news is upbeat and interesting.

Review Ratings what do these ratings mean?

First Evaluated: 04/24/2003; Last Updated: 06/07/2012

  1. Fidelity: Excellent
  2. Resources: Good
  3. Useability: Excellent

Strengths

Weaknesses

None Reported.

Categories

Catholicism > Customs & Devotions

More Information

Website Established: 04/21/03
Rosary Army Corp.
Greg Willits
P.O. Box 82721
Conyers, GA 30013
USA
770-388-9161
[email protected]

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