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Praying the Rosary

The Rosary is nothing other than contemplating Christ with the face of Mary  and is among the finest and most praiseworthy traditions of Christian contemplation - Pope John Paul II

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  1. Make the Sign of the Cross and say The Apostle's Creed
  2. Say The Lords Prayer
  3. Say three Hail Mary's for the intention of an increase of Faith, Hope and Charity
  4. Say The Glory Be, and one O, My Jesus
  5. Announce the First Mystery, then say the The Lords Prayer
  6. Say ten Hail Mary's
  7. Say The Glory Be
  8. Say the O, My Jesus
  9. Announce the Second Mystery, then say The Lords Prayer, ten Hail Mary's, one Glory Be and O, My Jesus
  10. Announce the Third Mystery, then say The Lords Prayer, ten Hail Mary's, one Glory Be and O, My Jesus
  11. Announce the Fourth Mystery, then say The Lords Prayer, ten Hail Mary's, one Glory Be and O, My Jesus
  12. Announce the Fifth Mystery, then say The Lords Prayer, ten Hail Mary's, one Glory Be and O, My Jesus
  13. Conclude by reciting the Hail, Holy Queen

 

 

O, My Jesus (Fatima Prayer)

O my Jesus,
forgive us our sins,
save us from the fire of hell,
lead all souls to heaven,
especially those who are in most need
of Thy mercy.

The Mysteries of the Rosary

The Five Joyful Mysteries
(Mondays and Saturdays)
1. The Annunciation
2. The Visitation
3. The Nativity
4. The Presentation
5. The Finding in the Temple

The Five Sorrowful Mysteries
(Tuesdays and Fridays)
1. The Agony in the Garden
2. The Scourging at the Pillar
3. The Crowning of Thorns
4. The Carrying of the Cross
5. The Crucifixion

The Five Glorious Mysteries
(Wednesdays and Sundays)
1. The Resurrection
2. The Ascension
3. The Descent of the Holy Spirit
4. The Assumption
5. The Crowning of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Five Mysteries of Light
(Thursdays)
1. His Baptism in the Jordan
2. His self-manifestation at the wedding of Cana,
3. His proclamation of the Kingdom of God, with his call to conversion.
4. His transfiguration,
5. His institution of the Eucharist, as the sacramental expression of the Paschal mystery.