Have more peace.

Grow closer to God by making, praying, and giving away all-twine knotted Rosaries.  Rosary Army will teach you how.

Online Rosary Request Form

IMPORTANT (READ BEFORE USING THE ONLINE REQUEST FORM): 

Only one free Rosary per household.

Please do not submit additional requests for multiple Rosaries.

Online Rosary requests in the United States require a $1 transaction to minimize fraud requests.

To get a Rosary without this fee (UNITED STATES ONLY), please download the printable form available here and mail it to us via regular mail.  

International requests are only processed via the form below.  Non-U.S. Online Rosary requests require a $10 donation to assist with international postage costs.

Direct email requests or solicitations will not be processed.

We depend on extra donations to keep giving away Rosaries.  $1 is a small fraction of our actual shipping costs, which is typically $10-20 for each free Rosary we give away.  Some online retailers sell these exact same free Rosaries for upwards of $25.

Please prayerfully consider supporting Rosary Army here.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

  1. How many Rosaries can I request? Because Rosary Army is a relatively small non-profit organization, we can only distribute one free Rosary per household.  Our hope is that you will then learn to make and give away these all-twine knotted Rosaries after receiving one for free.
  2. If I don’t have access to a printer, how can I request my one complimentary rosary? Clearly handwrite your rosary request and mail it to ROSARY ARMY CORP., 258 Beartooth Pkwy, Suite 100-150, Dawsonville, GA 30534.  Make sure to include your full United States mailing address and contact information.  Please allow up to 6 to 8 weeks for processing.
  3. Can’t I just email Rosary Army my request for a free rosary? Unfortunately, no.
  4. Can I ask Rosary Army to send a complimentary rosary to or on behalf of someone else? Unfortunately, no.
  5. If I am an inmate or prisoner, can I also receive a complimentary rosary? Unfortunately, no. Correctional facilities will not allow our all-twine knotted rosaries into the facility because the physical materials the rosary is made out of can be used in a harmful manner.

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