• The 2018 Silver Rose Program

    In March 2018, Our Lady of Guadalupe Silver Rose - One Life, One Rose Program will begin when eight Silver Roses start their journeys on various routes in Canada, the United States, and Mexico. Three routes will end in Mexico, another three in Texas, one other in Washington, D. C., and the eighth route will complete its journey at St. Mary’s Church in New Haven, CT, where the Knights of Columbus was founded.
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  • The 2017 Silver Rose Program

    Beginning in March 2017, six Silver Roses will start their journey across North America, from Canada to the United States to Mexico. The 2017 Our Lady of Guadalupe Silver Rose - One Life, One Rose Program will conclude on December 12, 2017 on the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Patroness of the Americas, at the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Monterrey, Mexico.
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  • Silver Rose Event

    In a reverent ceremony, Monday, Nov. 9, Knights of Columbus, their wives and parishioners of Sts. Peter and Paul in Wallingford, Conn., welcomed one of six silver roses making their way across North America in an annual Running of the Rose program initiated by the Order.

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  • The Pilgrimage of the Silver Rose

    In a powerful expression of Marian devotion and intercontinental unity, a Knights of Columbus Silver Rose was presented to Pope Francis at the conclusion of a Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica celebrated in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe Dec. 12, 2014.

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  • The Story of Our Lady of Guadalupe

    The Events of Guadalupe and the Miracle of the Roses

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  • The History of the Silver Rose

    Our Lady of Guadalupe had done so much for her people in Mexico that, in 1960, the Columbian Squires, the official youth organization of the Knights of Columbus, wanted to give something back to her.

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  • Father Ted is still blessing the Roses

    After the first running of the Rose in 1960, the Squires in Canada, the United States and Mexico were so enthused they wanted to repeat the program in 1961. But the original rose could not be used. It was a real rose and had decomposed by then. To resolve the problem Bishop John Cody of London, Ontario, working with Father Edward (Ted) Gatfield decided to have a bronze rose made.

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