From a reader:
Me and a group of my friends try to go weekly to a nearby nursing home to visit and pray with the people there. We usually go around the rooms asking if any of them want to join us for the Rosary. Some decline but some accept, seemingly regardless of their religion. My only question is, Is there any problem with praying the Rosary with non-Catholics who might not know exactly what they are doing? It just seems a little odd to ask people to do something that might go against their beliefs (asking for intercession from the dead), especially if they seem to only be doing it for the company or because they don’t really know what is going on. What do you think?
I can see no problem with that at all, provided that no one is being constrained to recite the Rosary. If their beliefs make reciting the Rosary hard for the, then they won’t do it.