The Rosary Makers began in 1995 with eight women. Currently there are 19 actively making Rosaries. The rosary makers meet the FIRST Tuesday of the month starting in September and going on until June. They break at Christmas and the months of July and August.
The chord Rosaries are given to nursing homes, CYE attendees, RCIA participants, schools, and missions. Since 1995, the Rosary Makers have made and given away over 30,000 Rosaries. The CCW and Knights fund them, in part. They also sell wire Rosaries through the Gift Store. This funding helps defray the cost of the Rosaries that are given away.