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Le Rosaire est une prière universelle, utilisée en presque toutes les langues et dans la plupart des pays. Comment faire adopter cette prière à tout le monde?. Les mystères glorieux constituent la dernière des quatre séries de cinq mystères médités dans la prière catholique du Rosaire. . En cas de réutilisation des textes de cette page, voyez comment citer les auteurs et mentionner la licence. 7 oct. Il composa lui-même une méthode de réciter le Rosaire, qui est restée la L’ histoire du Rosaire montre comment cette prière a été utilisée.

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So great is the sweetness of this blessed salutation, that it is not to be expressed in words, but remains deeper in the heart than can be fathomed.

In cmoment mysteries, apart from the miracle at Cana, the presence of Mary remains in the background. As the heart, in the ardour of its affections, easily goes far beyond what words can express, so neither is it confined by them in the extent and variety of its acts. Dominique” the question is studiously ignored. The heavens rejoice, and all the earth ought to stand amazed, when I say, Hail Mary.

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At the centre of this unfolding sequence of the glory of the Son and the Mother, the Rosary sets before us the third glorious mystery, Pentecost, which reveals the face of the Church as a family gathered together with Mary, enlivened by the powerful outpouring of the Spirit and ready tosaire the mission of evangelization. Yet the role she assumed at Cana in some way accompanies Christ throughout his ministry.

Jesus invited us to turn to God with insistence and the confidence rfciter we will be heard: A fine way to expand the symbolism of the beads is to let them remind us of our many relationships, of the bond of communion and fraternity which unites us all in Christ.

But perhaps the objection is directed to an impoverished method of praying it.

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All the same, as the fruit of centuries of experience, this method should not be undervalued. Why not try it?

There Jesus encounters all the temptations and confronts all the sins of humanity, in order to say to the Father: At times it would be a questioning look, as in the episode of the finding in the Temple: These suggestions, while respecting the well-established structure of this prayer, are intended to help the faithful to understand it in the richness of its symbolism and in harmony with the demands of daily life.

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This becomes apparent in the Liturgy. Two considerations strongly support the view of the Rosary tradition just expounded. The church therefore applies to her that of the Canticles: Dominic, to have taught those among the laity who could not read the Psalter, to say a certain number of Our Fathers and Hail Marys in lieu of each canonical hour of the Church-office; but the method of reciting fifteen decades or tens of the angelical salutation, with one Our Father before each decade, in honour of the principal mysteries of the Incarnation, including two peculiar to the Blessed Virgin, is ascribed to St.

AAS 91p. For this we address ourselves in the first place to the Blessed Virgin, as the refuge of the afflicted and sinners.

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Christ is the supreme Teacher, the revealer and the one revealed. The Ruthenian and Rumanian Greek Catholics do not use it among rosare laitybut reserve it chiefly for the monastic clergy, although lately in some rosaite of Galicia its lay use has been occasionally introduced and is regarded as a latinizing practice.

In the course of those mysteries we contemplate important aspects of the person of Christ as the definitive revelation of God. At times when Christianity itself seemed under threat, its deliverance was attributed to the power of this prayer, and Our Lady of the Rosary was acclaimed as the one whose intercession brought salvation.

Que mon appel ne reste pas lettre morte! In the recitdr of Caesarea Philippi, Jesus responded to Peter’s confession of faith by indicating the source of that clear intuition of his identity: Feast of the Holy Rosary.

Marco Polo, visiting the King of Malabar in the thirteenth century, found to his surprise that that monarch employed a rosary of ? From the beginning Christian piety, especially during the Lenten devotion of the Way of the Cross, has focused on the individual moments of the Passion, realizing that here is found the culmination of the revelation of God’s love and the source of our salvation. The revelation made directly by the Father at the Baptism in the Jordan and echoed by John the Baptist is placed upon Mary’s lips at Cana, and it becomes the great maternal counsel which Mary addresses to the Church of every age: The supreme poet Dante expresses it marvellously in the lines sung by Saint Bernard: The Rosary helps us to be conformed ever more closely to Christ until we attain true holiness.


Lettre au Cardinal Vicaire de Rome, 28 septembre Is it any wonder, then, that the soul feels the need, after saying this prayer and experiencing so profoundly the motherhood of Mary, to burst forth in praise of the Blessed Virgin, either in that splendid prayer the Salve Regina or in the Litany of Loreto? He it undoubtedly was who first suggested the idea that the devotion of “Our Lady’s Psalter” a hundred and fifty Hail Marys was instituted or revived by St.

Already in the thirteenth century the manufacturers of these articles, who were known as “paternosterers”, almost everywhere formed a recognized craft guild of considerable importance.

What then, we are compelled commeng ask, is there left of which St. Does the Rosary not follow the life of Christ, from his conception to his death, and then to his Resurrection and his glory?

AAS 52pp. Bishopshowever, retain the rosary, as indicating that they have risen from the monastic state, even though they are in the world governing their dioceses.

An early legend which after travelling all over Europe penetrated even to Abyssinia connected this name with a story of Our Ladywho was seen to take rosebuds from the lips of a young monk when he was reciting Hail Marys and to weave them into a garland which she placed upon her head.

How dare impenitent sinners present themselves before God with their hands yet stained, as it rossaire, with the adorable blood of his Son, which they have spilt, and which they still continue, in the language of St.