The Four Mysteries of the Holy Rosary

The Four Mysteries of the Holy Rosary

ProLifeCorner-   To our dear friends who do not understand the prayer which is called the Holy Rosary. Some only hear the repetitive prayers of the Hail Mary; however the Rosary is a meditative prayer. It consists of four different mysteries: The Joyful Mysteries, the Sorrowful Mysteries, the Glorious Mysteries, and more recently the Luminous Mysteries, which were added by Pope John Paul II.

 We like to say “to Jesus through Mary.”  The prayers of the Rosary should be said while meditating upon the life of our Lord, given to us through Holy Scripture and sacred tradition.

In saying the Rosary, Mary invites us to join her on a journey through the life of Jesus.

We are placing these Rosary videos on our prayer page for the convenience of those who like to pray the Rosary. It is also our sincere desire that Christians of other denominations can be exposed to these mysteries and realize that the Rosary is just not a series of repetitive prayers, but a means that will draw us closer to the Lord and hopefully inspire us with a strong desire to turn to the Holy Bible in order to see what else our Lord wants to reveal to us through the guidance of the Holy Spirit and the printed words of the Bible.
Holy Rosary – Luminous Mysteries – Say on Thursday

Holy Rosary – Sorrowful Mysteries – Say on Tuesday & Friday

Holy Rosary – Joyful Mysteries – Say on Monday & Saturday

Holy Rosary – Glorious Mysteries – Say on Wednesday & Sunday

The Chaplet of Divine Mercy in Song :Say anytime

4 thoughts on “The Four Mysteries of the Holy Rosary

  1. This is not only a beautiful gift to the community who already prays the Rosary, but I think anyone who appreciates how the Holy Spirits communicates to and through the Body of Christ. It is a mystery worth contemplating and it will not disappoint bearing fruit for this is a holy effort.

  2. The Divine Mercy Chaplet sung is so beautiful.

    God’s mercy can make even the driest land become a garden, can restore life to dry bones (cf. Ez 37:1-14). … Let us be renewed by God’s mercy, let us be loved by Jesus, let us enable the power of his love to transform our lives too; and let us become agents of this mercy, channels through which God can water the earth, protect all creation and make justice and peace flourish.

    — Pope Francis Easter Urbi et Orbi message on March 31, 2013

  3. The voices are very meditative, soothing, and a great help in praying the Rosary.
    Ed: You are so right. Thank you for your comment.

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