They're not from one particular church, but they share in a message.
And it's a message that lives on, even after 96 years.
"We're here to pray for peace in the world," said Thomas Carrigan, Tamaqua, on Sunday as he and five others gathered to continue their practice of praying the rosary in public. "It goes back to Fatima," he said.
The group meets on the fourth Sunday of each month. Sometimes the group is twice as large. And that's fine, they say. The more, the merrier.
"We welcome everyone. You don't even need to be Catholic," said Joan Yacobenas, Hometown.