You can teach the Hail Holy Queen, with the Rosary or when studying about the prayers after Mass.
It is said at the end of the Rosary and is easy to learn with practice. Children learn it easily especially they pray the Rosary daily.
Our Rosary videos (links below) have the words printed so that you can say the prayers with the video even if you haven't learned the prayers yet.
Click on the image to color a picture of Mary, Queen of Heaven and earth.
Catholics pray this prayer at the end of the Most Holy Sacrifice of the Mass during the prayers that Pope Leo XIII requested be added after the Last Gospel. They also pray it at the end of the Most Holy Rosary.
If God is the Creator of Heaven and earth, and if she is His Most Holy Mother, then it follows that she is the Queen of Heaven and earth. This prayer addresses her as Queen.
One of the best known Catholic hymns goes by this same title, too, and is sung on her feast days, May crownings, processions, and during the month of May and October at the Mass and other Catholic liturgical events.
New Saint Joseph Baltimore Catechism No. 1, p. 9
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