Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Morning Rosary-by-the-Sea

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Morning Rosary-by-the-Sea  

“From the rising of the sun to its setting
let the name of the Lord be praised.”  Psalms 113:3
The rosary is made up of 20 decades of Hail Mary’s, every 5 decades makes up a Mystery of the life of Jesus. Though we do a have biblical reference for repetitive prayer with “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty..” said day and night without stopping (Revelation 4:8), the rosary should not be seen only as a repetitive prayer, but as a way to meditate on the life of Jesus Christ. When we pray the prayers of the rosary we pray the Gospel, the Good News of Jesus Christ.

The Joyful Mysteries, commonly said on Mondays and Saturdays, help us to meditate on the great mystery of the incarnation of God among us in and through the person of Jesus, his birth and early life.  Pray the Joyful Mysteries with classical art and Real Catholic TV here.

The Sorrowful Mysteries are commonly said on Tuesday and Friday.
Pray the Sorrowful Mysteries with classical art and Real Catholic TV
here.


The Glorious Mysteries, commonly said on Sundays and Wednesdays, call to mind Christ’s sacrifice for the redemption of the world, and our sharing in the fruits of this sacrifice. Pray the Glorious Mysteries with classical art and Real Catholic TV here 

The Luminous Mysteries are prayed Thursday. Each one of the Luminous mysteries sheds light on an important aspect of Christ’s mission. Pray the Luminous Mysteries with classical art and Real Catholic TV here.

"This is the day that the Lord has made;
let us rejoice in it and be glad."  Psalms 118:24