It has been decided, and we fully agree with our patron, that the Battlefield Rosary will be merged with the Commander Cross Rosary.

This will take place in due time. We have no rush as we want the new platform to look at good as possible. The Commander Cross Rosary team have been great and we have had about two years of cooperations.  The Battlefield Rosary changed its focus last year, to become the groups strategic "date-related Rosary battles" and Commander Cross Rosary was the Step-by-Step Rosary platform.

This was a great move for the entire group, and it definitely put us in the driving seat within the group as well. In return, it removed the active role within the Step-by-Step Rosary community to become a more static Rosary platform. Through the move, we will grow our audience too but more so, our work with promoting the "cause- or date related Rosary battle ground" moves into a larger direction. The work with promoting "pray the Rosary" during these evil times, is now more important!

We want to thank all our users!


The month of January is dedicated to the the Holy Name of Jesus.

The month of February is dedicated to the The Holy Family.

The month of March is dedicated to the the Holy Joseph.

The month of April is dedicated to the the Holy Ghost.

The month of May is dedicated to the the Holy Mary.

Battlefield Step-by-Step Holy Hour Rosary

- when churches close its doors, we can pray the Holy Hour right outside as the Church becomes the Tabernacle -


“If an enemy were insulting me,

I could endure it;

if a foe were rising against me, I could hide.

But it is you, a man like myself,

my companion, my close friend,

with whom I once enjoyed sweet fellowship at the house of God, as we walked about among the worshipers”.

Ps 55:12-14



“Those I love have turned against me”

Job 19:19

"and stout young men

standing upon the walls

made a vigorous resistance:

and in this place there were many engines of war, and a provision of darts."

2 Macc 12:27


Our natural destination is Hell.

The Damned never see God.

Unto the end,

a canticle of a psalm of the resurrection. Shout with joy to God, all the earth,


"Blessed be God, who hath not turned away my prayer, nor his mercy from me."