Category: Rosary

54 Days Rosary Novena Petition Box: Submit Your Petitions & We Pray For You For 54 Days

54 Days Rosary Novena Petition Box: Submit Your Petitions & We Pray For You For 54 Days

Do you have intentions for which you will want us to pray for you? Are you or your loved one sick? Are you praying for financial blessings, jobs, family, kids, marriage life partner etc?

We want to pray for you during this 54 Days Rosary Novena which will last from 1st. June – 24th. July.

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5 Myths Most Catholics Probably Believe About the Holy Rosary

5 Myths Most Catholics Probably Believe About the Holy Rosary

There are many Catholics and non Catholics who believe a lot of things about the Rosary that are not true. Do you believe these common myths?

Myth: When Catholics pray the Rosary, they pray to Mary.
Truth: Catholics don’t pray to Mary. In a similar way in which we might ask a friend to pray for us, we ask Mary to intercede for us.

Myth: The Rosary is superstitious magic.
Truth: There is no magic power in the Rosary. The power of the Rosary comes from God alone. There are graces that come to those who pray the Rosary, but we must guard our hearts against becoming superstitious. The Rosary is to serve as a reminder of God and His goodness.

Myth: The Rosary is not Biblical.
Truth: Look through the first chapter of the Gospel of Luke, and you will find the words of the Hail Mary throughout the passage. The twenty mysteries of the Rosary allow us to meditate on the entire life of Jesus as described in the Gospels.

Myth: Catholics should pray a Rosary during Mass.
Truth: Because the Mass is the highest form of prayer, we should be fully present to what is happening during the Liturgy. Praying the Rosary at this time can be a distraction. It may be a comfort to hold a Rosary during Mass, but save praying it for before or after Mass.

Myth: There is only one way to pray the Rosary.
Truth: There are actually several forms of the Rosary! The Scriptural Rosary, the Patriotic Rosary, and the Rosary for Life are just a few examples. You can also use the beads of the Rosary to guide you in the Divine Mercy Chaplet.

Do You Know That The Rosary Is a Key Weapon In The Fight Against Satan? The Story of Blessed Bartolo Longo

Do You Know That The Rosary Is a Key Weapon In The Fight Against Satan? The Story of Blessed Bartolo Longo

October is the month of the Rosary, one of the most potent weapons against the power of evil, as the life of Blessed Bartolo Longo — the Apostle of the Rosary, whose anniversary coincidentally falls this month — dramatically shows.

While much of contemporary Christianity has been reduced to moralistic, therapeutic Deism, Catholicism has retained its supernatural roots. The dangers of Devil worship, and the antidote to such poison, continues to be a Catholic preserve.

In other words, when someone needs an exorcist, they don’t call the Baptist pastor.

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Have You Heard About The 7 – Decade Rosary Known As The “Franciscan Crown”?

Have You Heard About The 7 – Decade Rosary Known As The “Franciscan Crown”?

One unique devotions of the Franciscans is a seven-decade rosary known as the Franciscan Crown. While the traditional rosary known to most people consists of 5 decades which meditate on 15 mysteries (or 20 if you pray the Luminous mysteries) the 7-decade Franciscan Rosary, known as the The Franciscan Crown, is a Rosary consisting of seven decades with each decade describing a particular joy from the life of the Blessed Virgin Mary. 

The story of the Rosary of the Seven Joys of the Blessed Virgin dates back to the early 15th century. A pious young man named James had been accustomed to adorning a beautiful statue of Mary with a crown of flowers, which he had picked and woven himself. He later entered the Franciscan Order, but either because of a lack of time or permission, he was no longer able to continue this devotion. Distraught because of this, he decided to abandon the religious life and return to the world. 

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