The Rosary while always personal is also a communal act. When we join together to pray the Rosary, to contemplate Christ with Mary, we grow not just as Christians but as the Church. Whenever two or three are gathered, there Christ is (MT 18:20). As St. Augustine says,
"The main reason for your coming together is to be of one mind and one heart on the way to God."
The Confraternity of the Most Holy Rosary serves that end.
The Confraternity allows lay men and women to participate in prayers as a communal body; to participate in and build up the Preaching Charism of the Dominican Order.