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The 20 mysteries of the Rosary

The 20 mysteries of the Rosary

Pope Francis has called upon all Catholics to pray the rosary and the prayer to Saint Michael Archangel to protect the church from the devil.

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Luminous Mystery: the Institution of the Eucharist

The last luminous mystery calls us to love Jesus and its fruit is the practice of the sacraments. The Eucharist is a tool of mercy and our communion with God and our Christian brothers.  We see that grace can accomplish more than nature, yet so...

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Luminous Mystery: the Transfiguration

Today, let us reflect on the luminous mystery of Transfiguration. Its fruit is contemplation.  Upon Mount Tabor, Jesus revealed to his disciples a heavenly mystery.While living among them he had spoken of the kingdom and of his second coming ...

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Luminous Mystery: the Proclamation of the Kingdom

Jesus announces the Kingdom of God. The fruit of this mystery is the listening to God and conversion.   The kingdom of God is at hand; repent, and believe in the gospel (Mark 1:15). And all the crowd gathered about him, and he taught the...

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Luminous Mystery: the Wedding at Cana

The fruit of the second luminous mystery, the Wedding at Cana, is the intercession of Mary.  In the Gospel passage [of the Wedding at Cana - John 2], Mary makes a request of her Son on behalf of some friends in need. At first sight, this...

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Luminous Mystery: the Baptism of the Lord in the Jordan

Today, with the Lord's baptism in the Jordan, we are entering into the luminous mysteries. The fruit of this first luminous mystery is the vocation for sainthood.  That Jesus should come and be baptized by John is surely cause for amazement...

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Joyful Mystery: the Finding of Jesus in the Temple

The fifth joyful mystery is the Finding of Jesus in the Temple, and its fruit is seeking God always.   Consider when this was. When the Lord Jesus, as to His Human Nature, was twelve years old (for as to His Divine Nature He is before all ...

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Joyful Mystery: the Presentation of our Lord

The fourth joyful mystery is the Presentation of our Lord in the temple. We are offering today's decade to you, Lord Jesus, in the honor of your Presentation, and we ask you, by this mystery and with the intercession of your Holy Mother, the grace to...

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Joyful Mystery: the Nativity of our Lord

Today, with the mystery of Nativity, we are invited to meditate on the following fruits: the spirit of poverty and the detachment from worldly goods. 'I was born, born for you, born in a cave, in December, in the cold, on a wintry night, in povert...

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Joyful Mystery: the Visitation

This second joyful mystery invites us to meditate on the fruits of charity, welcoming, and openness to the other.  The Visitation is rich in teachings. Here are a few of them:The Divinity of Jesus Christ: Elizabeth, inspired by the Holy Ghost...

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Joyful Mystery: the Annunciation

The first joyful mystery is the Annunciation of the Lord to Mary. Its fruit is humility and invites us to say 'yes' to the will of the Lord.  I consider it important to focus also on the final sentence of Luke’s Annunciation narrative: ...

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Glorious Mystery: the Crowning of Mary as Queen of Heaven and Earth

Mary is crowned Queen of Heaven and Earth. The fruit of this fifth mystery is the love, devotion, and trust in Mary.  Hail Mary, beloved Daughter of the Eternal Father! Hail Mary, admirable Mother of the Son! Hail Mary, faithful spouse of the...

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Glorious Mystery: the Assumption of Mary into Heaven

Today, let us meditate on the mystery of the Assumption of Mary and receive its fruit, the grace of a good death.  Modern despair is the effect of a disappointed hedonism and centers principally around Sex and Death. To these two ideas, which...

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Glorious Mystery: the Descent of the Holy Ghost

The third glorious mystery is Pentecost, and its fruit is the gift of the Holy Spirit and the Love of God. Proclaiming that the Holy Spirit is Creator means saying that his sphere of action is not restricted to the Church, but extends to the ent...

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Glorious Mystery: the Ascension to Heaven

The second glorious mystery is the Ascension of Jesus to Heaven. The fruit of this mystery is the desire and the hope of Heaven.  After rising from the dead, Jesus spent forty days with the community of disciples. The closeness of this time i...

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Glorious Mystery: the Resurrection

The first glorious mystery is the Resurrection of the Lord. It is the basis of our faith. As Saint Paul once said, "If Christ has not been raised, then empty is our preaching; empty, too, your faith." (1 Corinthians 15, 14) We believe also ...

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Sorrowful Mystery: the Crucifixion

Before surrendering his soul on the Cross, Jesus said: "It is finished." What an intense moment for every Christian, when suffering morphs into hope. The fruit of this mystery is to have a greater love for Jesus who died for our salvation.  ...

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Sorrowful Mystery: the Carrying of the Cross

The fruit of the fourth sorrowful mystery is patience in trial. To reflect on it, here is a meditation from the pen of Chiara Lubich, founder of the Focolare movement, who passed away on March 14, 2008, aged 88. Her beatification process is underway....

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Sorrowful Mystery: the Crowning with Thorns

The fruit of this third sorrowful mystery is repentance over the sins of pride.  "Behold the Man." Who is that Person clother with purple in derision, crowned with thorns in cruel mockery, and blasphemously saluted "Hail, King of the Jews" ? ...

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Sorrowful Mystery: the Scourging at the Pillar

The fruit of the Scourging Sorrowful mystery is penance and repentance of sins. Today, let us pray for all these times when we made Christ and our neighbors suffer by our lack of courage, our contempt, our indifference, our fear, our judgment... O G...

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Sorrowful Mystery: the Agony of Jesus in the Garden

With this first sorrowful mystery, we are invited to meditate on contrition, which is the repentance of past sins.  Benedict XVI explains that, in Jesus falling prostrate on the ground in the garden of Gethsemane, before his Passion, we ar...

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