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Rosary Reflections

Agony in the Garden: Christ weeps not for himself, but for the Church

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

Check out the Luminous Mystery reflections in our ‘Clack the Beads in October’ series

Let us hear the "great maternal counsel which Mary addresses to the Church of every age."

Institution of the Eucharist: Abiding access to the graces of Calvary

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

Transfiguration: The spiritual life in miniature

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

Proclamation of the Kingdom: Jesus reveals the cause of our illness

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

Wedding at Cana: We meet a merciful Mary

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

Baptism in the Jordan: John leaps again

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

Check out the Joyful Mystery reflections in our ‘Clack the Beads in October’ series

These mini meditations will give you something to think -- and pray -- about!

Finding in the Temple: When Mary herself teaches us what we need for the Rosary

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

Presentation: Gratitude quenches the fire of a multitude of sins

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

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