The Rosary encourages taking time to ponder and reflect on the life of Christ. To call to mind Our Savior – Jesus – in His Incarnation, Life, Death, Resurrection and Ascension and Glory in Heaven, with the aid of Scripture and His Blessed Mother’s help and prayers.
Sister Joseph Andrew, from the Dominican Sisters of Mary, shares about her order’s new rosary album.
When I come to the Proclamation of the Kingdom, I always imagine Christ and His disciples trudging down a dusty road in Galilee in the hot sun, en route from one town to another. Certainly He spoke in synagogues; certainly He spoke to large crowds of people; but the bulk of His time was taken up with the simple fact of traveling, on foot, with all of the discomfort that that implies.
Chris Ebberwein shares a special book inspired to help married couples pray together and for one another.
Patti Maguire Armstrong learned to pray the rosary in 1989 while in my early thirties and vowed to say it daily. Find out what reminded her that praying the rosary is worth staying awake for.
Our Blessed Mother has asked us to meditate on and pray the Rosary of the Seven Sorrows of Mary.
The Presentation is the Mystery of Obedience, of the miracles that happen when we simply do what God asks of us.
Reflect on the Institution of the Eucharist with us as we journey into the new year with Jesus as our guide.