5 glorious mysteries in order
The Glorious Mysteries by Karina TaboneKarina Tabone is a wife, stay-at-home mother, writer, graphic designer, art aficionado, and recovering biochemical engineer who just happens to love Jesus. After trying various ways to nurture her young children in the Catholic faith while simultaneously sustaining an active prayer life for herself, she realized that examining religious artwork was a fantastic way of exploring the Catholic faith. Using the graphic design skills that she picked up while in the publishing and biotech industries, she designed Illustrated Rosary, a series that seeks to spread the practice and devotion of the Rosary through classic religious art. In her spare time, Karina also runs Illustrated Prayer, a website that explores art, history, scripture, Catholicism, and prayer. She lives in Washington with her amazing husband and wonderful children.
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Holy Rosary - Glorious Mysteries (Wed & Sun)
Illustrations and suggested points of reflection from our booklet Praying the Rosary Without Distractions , available from our on-line store. Also available in our store: the booklet Scripturally Based Rosary , ideal for individual study and prayer. Numbers other than the 10 Hail Marys refer to the numbers pointing to the beads in the above illustration. As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Oh My Jesus O my Jesus, forgive us our sins.
Print Share Calendar Diocesan Locator. First Glorious Mystery The Resurrection Our Lord Jesus Christ, on the third day after his passion and death, rose again in glory, victorious over death and never to die again. Prayer Intentions That all who are dying might join themselves with Christ who died and rose for them For those who do not believe Our Father Hail Mary, full of grace… O Holy Mary, with a mother's care look gently on those who suffer with cancer Hail Mary, full of grace… O Holy Mary, cradle the bodies broken with cares of this world
At dawn of the first day of the week, I was with John and Peter. I was in my room alone: John and Peter were in the next room. I woke up. There was a light: it was all over the room. There was my Son: He came forward, He said to me, "Come, for you are the one worthy to be the first to see My risen body.
When used for the prayer, the word is usually capitalized "the Rosary" , as is customary for other names of prayers, such as "the Lord's Prayer ", and "the Hail Mary "; when referring to the beads, it is written with a lower-case initial letter "a rosary". The prayers that comprise the Rosary are arranged in sets of ten Hail Marys, called decades. Each decade is preceded by one Lord's Prayer and followed by one Glory Be. During recitation of each set, thought is given to one of the Mysteries of the Rosary , which recall events in the lives of Jesus and Mary. Five decades are recited per rosary.