Janis Clarke, a consecrated virgin in the archdiocese of Washington, DC, is a singer, songwriter and evangelist. She is president and founder of Rosary Mission which, in collaboration with the Little Sisters of the Poor, recently launched Youth&Aged for Life, a movement to unite youth and elderly in prayer for a culture of life. Janis speaks and sings at retreats, conferences, parish missions and other events throughout North America to draw people closer to Jesus, through Mary, in the power of the Holy Spirit. To contact Janis or to book her for an event, email her at janis@janisclarke.com. To find out more about Rosary Mission, go to www.rosarymission.org

Youth&Aged for Life

Youth&Aged Ones is a newly established, intergenerational pro-life prayer group...

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My music

Music to inspire hope, and to celebrate the gift of life . Thank you for your...

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Rosary Mission

Rosary Mission is a one to three day parish mission and the perfect follow up...

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Music to inspire hope, and to celebrate the gift of life.
Thank you for your purchase which enables Janis to produce more songs and albums.

Christmas is for Everyone

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Heal me lord

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Gaze with Mary on Jesus – II

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Gaze with Mary on Jesus – I

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Our Lady of Littleness

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Our Lady of LittlenessĀ loves being with children, appearing to children, and helping us become like children. It’s so hard for us to become like children in this aging world, because we are wired to fear littleness. But littleness is the pathway to the Kingdom — empowering us to love one another here on earth and […]

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Heal Me, Lord

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My parents taught me love for the poor when they passed on the faith to me, and when they welcomed a 2&1/2 year old little “homeless” fellow into our family of many children when I was 12 years old. This video of my song, “Heal Me, Lord” produced by Shalom World TV captures something of […]

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