Author: Clinton R. Lefort
Release Date: 2014-02-01
When we pick up the Most Holy Rosary we enter into the world of the Mysteries of Our Faith. As we move from Joyful to Sorrowful to Glorious Mysteries we breathe in the life of the Only Son of God, as well as his life and teachings. Mary assists us on this journey of faith as we invite her to model our life on her own and to become more like Jesus by following her lead.
Meditations on the Rosary intersects the areas of psychology and spirituality. It takes the reader through the mysteries of the rosary, using over fifty passages of scripture, five psalms, twenty illustrations, and twenty guided-imagery scripts. The scripts are designed to be interchangeable, using four basic inductions, twenty distinct bodies focused on the mysteries, and one closing for all. The book can be read alone for personal inspiration or used for leading Christian groups or retreats. It is also ideal for pastoral counselors, coaches, or mental health professionals. By using sensory awareness, the guided imagery brings the reader or listener right into the context of the actual events in Christs life, creating direct interaction with the characters involved. These exercises can foster psycho-spiritual growth, initiate insight and personal development, inspire through revelation, and/or aid in creating desired positive change in the person. Included is a chapter on the history of the rosary and a brief review of basic forms of meditation. Also included are twenty biblical illustrations by the nineteenth-century illustrator Paul Gustave Dore.
Author: Lucas J. Amato
Publisher: ACTA Publications
Release Date: 2008-01-01
This little booklet gives instruction in how to use passages from Scripture to meditate while saying the Diving Mercy Chaplet, the Franciscan Crown, the Seven Sorrows of Mary, or the Rosary, including the Mysteries of Light. All four of these traditional Catholic devotions can be made using traditional rosary beads. A short history of each of the four devotions is given, followed by detailed instructions on how to say them on the beads of a rosary. Different scriptural passages are suggested as biblical reflections relating to each topic and bead.
Author: Emmanuel Ben
Publisher: Independently Published
Release Date: 2018-09-30
Genre: Antiques & Collectibles
This book contains how to pray the Holy Rosary with sound meditations and powerful intentions on each mystery. it also contains both the Old and New Testaments Biblical passages of the following: "The Sign of the Cross, the Lord's Prayer, the Hail Mary (Holy Mary), the Glory Be to the Father... and the twenty Mysteries of the Holy Rosary." it also contains the Hail Holy Queen, Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Fatima Prayer, Memorare, Grant we Beseech you... and the concluding prayer. Therefore, find every sentence of the Rosary in the Bible. All written in English Language
Author: Larry London
Publisher: Our Sunday Visitor Publishing
Release Date: 2003
From the first book to the last, Scripture says we should praise God... but how do you do that? Here's how to do it! Here's what to say! By blending a wide selection of Scripture's greatest passages of praise with Bible-based meditations on the Joyful, Luminous, Sorrowful, and Glorious Mysteries, the Rosary of Praise transforms a beloved prayer into a hymn of praise. Using the poetic Douay-Rheims translation of the Holy Word, here's a great way to better praise the Lord with the best possible prayer partner: the Blessed Virgin Mary!
Author: Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ
Publisher: The Word Among Us Press
Release Date: 2011-03-01
How do we listen to God speak to our hearts, minds, and wills—especially above the noise and stress of the modern world? What is the process of discerning God’s will? Best-selling author and popular EWTN host Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ tackles these and other questions in this comprehensive book on discernment. He says that first we need to believe in God and his moral laws and make a commitment to please him in all that we do. Then we need to pray so that we can experience the peace that can come only from God. • Confronts modern-day assumptions that can prevent us from being open to God’s will for our lives. • Emphasizes the many ways we can develop our prayer life to nourish an authentic relationship with the Lord. “Practical, clear, personable, and scriptural—everything I love about Fr. Mitch Pacwa’s teaching is here. This book is a glimpse into a great man’s heart as he shares the lessons he’s learned from God’s word and the Church as well as from the people he’s known. To read this is to learn and grow closer to God.” —Scott Hahn, professor of theology, Franciscan University of Steubenville
Pastorally sensitive and highly adaptable, this little book guides both newcomers to the Rosary and those who have long prayed it through the hours, days, and weeks following the death of a loved one. Here from Beth Mahoney of Holy Cross Family Ministries are Rosary meditations, related scripture passages, and prayers of petition to sustain those who mourn. Grant Us Peace includes a simple guide on how to pray the Rosary along with all the prayer texts needed. Containing all twenty mysteries, this is a perfect devotional book for use at home or at the funeral home before and after the official funeral rites of the Church.
Author: Catholic Way Publishing
Publisher: Catholic Way Publishing
Release Date: 2013-12-27
MY DAILY PRAYERS CATHOLIC WAY PUBLISHING Prayer is the life and happiness of the soul. Prayer elevates the soul to an intimate conversation with our Father and Mother, Jesus and Mary through the Holy Spirit. It is an elevation of the material to the supernatural. Prayer nourishes the soul with life giving faith, hope and love. My Daily Prayers includes the following classic and modern Catholic Prayers and Devotions for making Catholics into Saints! — Holy Images of Jesus, Mary and the Saints — Image of Jesus in Eucharistic Adoration! — The Holy Rosary Meditations, Scripture Readings and Images — Stations of the Cross, Scripture Readings and Images — The Divine Mercy, Chaplet and Nine Day Novena — Over 40 Prayers and Novenas for all occasions — 12 Litanies and Hymns — Over 100 Meditations, Maxims and Admonishments by the Saints! — Spiritual Guides for advancement in the Spiritual Life — 100 Christian Doctrine Drills on all aspects of Catholic Life Publisher: Available in Paperback: ISBN-13: 978-1-78379-027-2 Note: This E-Book includes a main Index with NCX Navigation and Nine Table of Contents for each section. All Prayers and Sections are linked. Welcome to the Catholic Way Publishing Prayer Book, My Daily Prayers. This practical prayer book is made up of the most beautiful and fruitful Catholic Prayers and Devotions. Quite a few of these prayers are dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, our Mother, who then passes on what we say in our hearts, cleansing it of any self-love, to Jesus! The Rosary is the most powerful prayer in Christendom. With the Rosary, we meditate on the whole spectrum of Scripture, the whole life of Our Lord Jesus Christ. The Rosary is the weapon that will defeat satan and his army. If there is but one prayer you will say every day, make it the Rosary! Included are meditations on the decades of the Rosary. The Divine Mercy Chaplet of Saint Faustina and the Stations of the Cross are wonderful ways to meditate on the saving love of Jesus Christ. Included are meditations, images and Scripture readings. There are Litanies and Hymns to pray and sing along to for joyful occasions! You can read the Meditations, Maxims and Admonishments from the Saints throughout the ages for solid advice and spiritual advancement. Included are Spiritual Guides on certain important devotions and nearly 100 Christian Lists, like the Sacraments, the Commandments and precepts of the Church. There are Holy Images of Jesus and Mary and some Saints for meditating on. There is a photograph of Jesus, exposed live in the Eucharist state of Adoration! It is a wonderful way to become closer to Jesus and Mary by meditating on God! PUBLISHER: CATHOLIC WAY PUBLISHING
Author: James H. Kurt
Release Date: 2016-08-17
On Plenary Indulgence Why has the baby been thrown out with the bathwater, the power of Peter to bind and loose been cast aside so unceremoniously, and so the Word of Christ become overshadowed? If the only son of God imparts to His church the power to forgive men's sins in His name, and if that church has pronounced the availability of the great grace even of removal of temporal punishment by the prayers of devout souls (souls who ask in the Lord's name and with faith in His goodness, who therefore cannot be denied by a loving Father), why has the practice of plenary indulgence fallen into such disuse? Is it for its history of misuse? Then there is no hope for any of us; then the church might as well fold up its tent and go home, for it will never be perfect in this world.
Who should read the Bible? What is the biblical word? How is Scripture to be interpreted? How is it to be prayed and lived? How does Scripture call forth the Church's entire life and mission? In October 2008 the Synod on the Word of God in the Life and Mission of the Church took place in Rome. During the synod the bishops addressed these questions on the significance of the Word in the life and mission of the church. Beginning with a helpful explanation of the synod process, James Chukwuma Okoye, CSSp, follows the synod in historical progression, highlighting important topics and issues along the way and concluding with an exposition of the post-synodal apostolic exhortation Verbum Domini, which Benedict XVI signed on September 30, 2010. Okoye emphasizes that the Synod on the Word of God was not just about Scripture's function in the pastoral life of the church but it was also about tradition and God's continuing self-disclosure in history and in the religions and cultures of humankind." James Chukwuma Okoye, CSSp, is the Carroll Stuhlmueller Professor of Old Testament at Catholic Theological Union, Chicago. His teaching and ministry place him among people of many diverse cultures. Okoye has been Provincial of his Nigerian Congregation of Spiritans and General Assistant in the Congregation's headquarters in Rome. He was a member of the International Theological Commission and a peritus of the 1994 First Synod of Bishops for Africa. "