World Mission Rosary – Creator, Prayer and Promoter
Contribute significantly and in a creative way to helping disaster victims by creating, praying and promoting the World Mission Rosary (WMR) of SOS DRS/Camillian Task Force. This international, Catholic, non-profit disaster relief organization seeks a creative, faith-filled and prayerful individual who wants to help others. The primary benefits of this activity include grace; an increased knowledge of the saints, geography and global disasters; being part of the SOS DRS community. Required is a desire to pray the rosary and an ability to use e-mail and the internet to extract information from articles in order to create and then pray WMR intentions. A good command of the English language is important. The time commitment includes ½ hour daily praying of the WMR (at any location, including the SOS DRS HQ Divine Mercy Chapel); the promotion of the rosary through personal encounters and digital means [e-mails]; being in a rotation of people throughout the world who compose the world mission rosary intentions on a bi-weekly basis and according to a schedule. The commitment here will be about 5 hours of work per month to compose the intentions and occasionally being on backup. Work to compose the intentions can be done at home and submitted electronically or on the computers at the US HQ of SOS DRS (1039 East Russell Avenue – Milwaukee, WI – 53207) (See Map). The volunteer should be prepared to make a renewable 3-month commitment, the continuation of which will be contingent upon an assessment by both parties – SOS DRS and the volunteer. Regular access to a computer with an internet connection is important as is a good working knowledge of Microsoft Word. Fr. Scott, the President of SOS DRS and the WMR editor, will offer an in person orientation to the disaster relief organization and its mission at the HQ and then a training session on composing and praying the rosary. If you are interested in volunteering for this position, please contact Fr. Scott at email@example.com or by phone at 414-731-7318 (9 AM -5 PM, M-F), or on SKYPE – fr.scottbinet.