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Rosary Reflections

Meditate on the Glorious Mystery reflections in our ‘Clack the Beads in October’ series

The Glorious Mysteries systematically crush all the stones that separate us from God.

Coronation: All her queenly authority is for defeating her sworn enemy

In this month of the Rosary, take a moment to reflect on the Fifth Glorious Mystery.

Assumption: Could the dwelling place of the Word be given to worms?

In this month of the Rosary, take a moment to reflect on the Fourth Glorious Mystery.

Pentecost: He comes, too, bearing gifts

In this month of the Rosary, take a moment to reflect on the Third Glorious Mystery.

Ascension: Jesus cannot simply go back to life as it was

In this month of the Rosary, take a moment to reflect on the Second Glorious Mystery.

Resurrection: The last laugh

In this month of the Rosary, take a moment to reflect on the First Glorious Mystery.

Meditate on the Sorrowful Mystery reflections in our ‘Clack the Beads in October’ series

Let us go with her, to accompany her in her sorrow, to watch and to weep with her ...

Crucifixion: The division between God and man is torn

In this month of the Rosary, take a moment to reflect on the Fifth Sorrowful Mystery.

Carrying the Cross: That magnificent and shining instrument

In this month of the Rosary, take a moment to reflect on the Fourth Sorrowful Mystery.

Crowning with Thorns: No one wants Jesus Christ

In this month of the Rosary, take a moment to reflect on the Third Sorrowful Mystery.

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