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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This need for concreteness finds further expression in the announcement of the various mysteries of the Rosary. In this way too Our Lady of the Rosary continues her work of proclaiming Christ. Commenr form of rosary is still used among the monks in the various Roaaire Churchesalthough archimandrites and bishops use a very ornamental form of rosary with costly beads. Another mystery of light is the first of the signs, given at Cana cf.

La Documentation catholique 57col.

In a word, by focusing our eyes on Christ, rosiare Rosary also makes us peacemakers in the world. Thou art the glory of Jerusalem, thou art the joy of Israel, thou art the honour of our people.

Wherefore I again most humbly bend my knees to you, O most holy virgin, and say, Hail Mary, full of grace.

We, considering attentively the infinite evils from which he has delivered us, the pains and labours which he sustained for us, the ransom which he has paid with his precious blood to redeem us, the everlasting and infinite advantages which he has purchased for us, with the boundless felicity of heaven, the excess of his goodness, love, and mercy, and his infinite majesty and perfections; we, I say, bearing all this in mind, ought, in a spirit of love and praise, ever to call her Blessed through whom we receive this so great a Saviour; but him infinitely more blessed both for his own adorable sanctity, and for all the graces of which he is the source to us.

The Rosary mystically transports us to Mary’s side as she is busy watching over the human growth of Christ in the home of Nazareth. In almost all countries, then, we meet with something in the nature of prayer-counters or rosary beads.

And now prostrate in your presence, invited by sincere devotion of heart, and all inflamed with veneration for your sweet name, I represent to you the joy of that salutation when the Archangel Gabriel, sent by God, entered your secret closet, and honoured you with a salutation unheard-of from the beginning of the world, saying, Hail, full of grace, our Lord is with you: To the extent that meditation on the mystery is attentive and profound, and to the extent that it is enlivened — from one Hail Mary to another — by love for Christ and for Mary, the glorification of the Trinity at the end of each decade, far from being a perfunctory conclusion, takes on its proper contemplative tone, raising the mind as it were to the heights of heaven and enabling us in some way to relive the experience of Tabor, a foretaste of the contemplation yet to come: It is tolerably obvious that whenever any prayer has to be repeated a large number of times recourse is likely to be had to some mechanical apparatus less troublesome than counting upon the fingers.


Yet it is clear — and this applies all the more if the new series of mysteria lucis is included — that many people will not be able to recite more than a part of the Rosary, according to a certain weekly pattern. Pius V thereupon ordered that a commemoration of the Rosary should be made upon that day, and at the request of the Dominican Order, Gregory XIII in allowed this feast to be kept in all churches which possessed an altar dedicated to the Holy Rosary.

The Angelical Salutation is often repeated in the Rosary, because, as it contains a form of praise for the Incarnation, it best suits a devotion instituted to honour the principal parts of that great mystery. In effect, the Rosary is simply a method of contemplation. Selon la tradition, elle survint sur le Mont Thabor.

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From the time that Casimir I. Sorrow is banished, and a new joy fills my soul, when I say, Hail Mary. We should not be surprised that our relationship with Christ makes use of a method. We only desire her to ask it for us of her Son, and to join her powerful intercession with our unworthy prayers. Contemplating the Risen One, Christians rediscover the reasons for their own faith cf.

The isle of Corfu was also beleaguered by an army of forty thousand of the same infidels. Numerous predecessors of mine attributed great importance to this prayer. To count these accurately there is every reason to believe that already in the eleventh and twelfth centuries a practice had come in of using pebbles, berries, or discs of bone threaded on a string.

La Documentation catholique 96p. In the monasteries of Mount Athoswhere the severest rule is observed, from eighty to a hundred rosaries are said daily by each monk.

Listening to the word of God. Further, we are assured that the meditating upon the mysteries was comemnt introduced until two hundred years after his death. This inference, drawn out and illustrated with much learning by Father T. Dans la pratique courante du Rosaire, la doxologie trinitaire est suivie d’une oraison jaculatoire, qui varie suivant les circonstances.

Whence, having styled the Mother blessed above lf women, we pronounce the Son infinitely more blessed, saying, And blessed is the fruit of thy womb.

How to Pray the Rosary

The Rosary is situated within this broad gamut of religious phenomena, but it is distinguished by characteristics of its own which correspond to specifically Christian requirements. When we repeat orsaire name of Jesus — the only name given to us by which we may hope for salvation cf.


An early legend which after travelling all over Europe penetrated even to Abyssinia connected this name with a story of Our Lady rsoaire, who 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.

He requires that we confess the abyss of miseries in which we are sunk, and out of it raise our voice to him with tears and groans, owning our total dependance on his mercy and infinite goodness.

The Rosary, a treasure to be rediscovered. The Ruthenian and Rumanian Greek Catholics do not use it among the laitybut reserve it chiefly for the monastic clergy, although commwnt in some parts of Galicia its lay use has been occasionally introduced and is regarded as a latinizing practice. ckmment

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AAS 52pp. As the heart, in the ardour of its affections, easily goes far beyond what words can recciter, so neither is it confined by them in the extent and variety of its acts.

The family that recites the Rosary together reproduces something of the atmosphere of the household of Nazareth: The words direct the imagination and the mind towards a particular episode or moment in the life of Christ.

These positive reasons for distrusting the current tradition might in a measure be ignored as archaeological refinements, if there were any satisfactory evidence to show that St.

Rm 13, 14; Ga 3, The Bollandists dispute problematically whether this saint instituted, or only propagated the practice of the Rosary, in order to restore the assiduous use of prayer, and to stir up the devotion of the people to the mystery of the Incarnation, which was then impiously blasphemed in Languedoc by the Albigenses and other heretics; but reciteg St.

The prayer of the blessed spirits in heaven consists chiefly in acts of adoration, love, praise, thanksgiving, and the like.

Prayer for peace and for the family. The history of the Rosary shows how this prayer was used in particular by the Dominicans at a difficult time for the Church due to the spread of heresy. The old English name found in Chaucer and elsewhere was a “pair of beads “, in which the word bead originally meant prayers. It is in any case certain that at the close of the fifteenth century the utmost possible variety of methods of meditating prevailed, and that the fifteen mysteries now generally accepted were not uniformly adhered to even by the Dominicans themselves.