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The Glorious Mysteries reveal the mediation of the great Virgin, still more abundant in fruitfulness. She rejoices in heart over the glory of her Son triumphant over death, and follows Him with a mother’s love in His Ascension to His eternal kingdom; but, though worthy of Heaven, she abides a while on earth, so that the infant Church may be directed and comforted by her “who penetrated, beyond all belief, into the deep secrets of Divine wisdom” (St. Bernard).
     ….. Pope Leo XIII

 

Thank you very much for “EWTN- The Holy Rosary” where above paragraph of Pope Leo XIII regarding The Glorious Mysteries is excerpted from.

the resurrection

THE GLORIOUS MYSTERIES

Jesus rises from the dead on Easter Sunday, glorious and immortal, as He has predicted. (Matt. 28:1-7).

(Wednesdays and Sundays)

1. The Resurrection

THE SCRIPTURE ROSARY

PRAYING THE ROSARY
(Bead by Bead)

‘I tell you most solemnly, you will be weeping and wailing while the world will rejoice;
you will be sorrowful, but your sorrow will turn to joy.’
John 16; 20
On the third day after His death Jesus rises from the dead, and during forty days appears many times to His Apostles.
OUR FATHER OUR FATHER
‘So it is with you: you are sad now, but I shall see you again,’ said Jesus,
‘and your hearts will be full of joy, and that joy no one shall take from you.’
John 16; 22
1. Jesus brings to the souls of the just in Limbo the joyful news of their redemption.
HAIL MARY 1 HAIL MARY 1
On the first day of the week, at the first sign of dawn,
the women went to the tomb with the spices they had prepared.
Luke 24; 1
2. Easter morn, re-united to His body, Jesus rises glorious and immortal from the dead.
HAIL MARY 2
HAIL MARY 2
And all at once there was a violent earthquake, for the angel of the Lord, descending from heaven,
came and rolled away the stone and sat on it.
Matt. 28; 2
3. He comes forth from the tomb radiant with glory, victorious over sin and death.
HAIL MARY 3 HAIL MARY 3
But the angel spoke; and he said to the women,
‘There is no need for you to be afraid.
I know you are looking for Jesus, who was crucified.’
Matt. 28; 5
4. An angel rolls back the large stone, and the guards flee in terror.
HAIL MARY 4 HAIL MARY 4
‘He is not here, he has risen. See here is the place where they laid him’ the angel told them.
Luke 24; 6; Mark 16; 6
5. Jesus appears to His holy Mother, His face and wounds all aglow with dazzling light.
HAIL MARY 5 HAIL MARY 5
‘He has risen from the dead and now he is going before you to Galilee; it is there you will see him’.
Matt. 28; 7
6. Angels in the sepulchre tell the holy women that Jesus is not there, but risen.
HAIL MARY 6 HAIL MARY 6
Filled with awe and great joy the women came quickly away from the tomb and ran to tell the disciples.
Matt. 28; 8
7. He appears to them as they depart, and, falling down at His feet, they adore Him.
HAIL MARY 7 HAIL MARY 7
Jesus said “I am the resurrection. If anyone believes in me even though he dies, he will live.’
John 11; 25
8. He appears to Mary Magdalen, who joyfully recognizes Him when He utters her name.
HAIL MARY 8 HAIL MARY 8
‘And whoever lives and believes in me will never die. Do you believe this?’ Jesus asked.
John 11; 26
9. He joins the disciples going to Emmaus, and reveals Himself when eating with them.
HAIL MARY 9 HAIL MARY 9
Jesus showed himself to the Eleven themselves while they were at table.
Mark 16; 14
10. He appears to the Apostles, who are afraid, and shows them His pierced hands and feet.
HAIL MARY 10 HAIL MARY 10

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the ascension Jesus ascends into Heaven forty days after His resurrection to sit at the right hand of God the Father. (Luke 24:50-51) 

2. The Ascension

(Wednesdays and Sundays)

THE SCRIPTURE ROSARY

PRAYING THE ROSARY
(Bead by Bead)

Then Jesus took them out as far as the outskirts of Bethany, and lifting up his hands he blessed them.
Luke 24; 50
Forty days after His Resurrection Jesus goes with His Apostles and Disciples to Mount Olivet, and, after blessing them, is raised aloft and ascends into Heaven.
OUR FATHER OUR FATHER
Jesus came up and spoke to them. He said, ‘All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.’
Matt. 28; 18
1. Jesus appears in the Cenacle where Mary, His Apostles and disciples are assembled.
HAIL MARY 1 HAIL MARY 1
‘Go, therefore, make disciples of all the nations’ said Jesus.
Matt. 28; 19
2. He dines with them for the last time, and gives the Apostles His last instructions.
HAIL MARY 2
HAIL MARY 2
‘Baptize them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,’ said Jesus.
Matt. 28; 19
3. They are to go forth in His name and with His authority to teach all nations.
HAIL MARY 3 HAIL MARY 3
‘And teach them to observe all the commands I gave you,’ said Jesus.
Matt. 28; 20
4. He will be with them and their successors all days to the very end of the world.
HAIL MARY 4 HAIL MARY 4
‘Go out to the whole world; proclaim the Good News to all creation. He who believes and is baptized will be saved,’ said Jesus.
Mark 16; 16
5. Jesus goes with Mary and the Apostles and disciples out to Mount Olivet.
HAIL MARY 5 HAIL MARY 5
‘He who does not believe will be condemned,’ said Jesus.
Mark 16; 16
6. He blesses them and bids them farewell, now that He is about to leave them.
HAIL MARY 6 HAIL MARY 6
‘And know that I am with you always; yes, to the end of time,’ said Jesus.
Matt. 28; 20
7. They watch Him slowly mount into the sky, until a cloud hides Him from their sight.
HAIL MARY 7 HAIL MARY 7
Now as he blessed them, Jesus withdrew from them.
Luke 24; 51
8. Myriads of angels, and the souls of the just in their millions, accompany Him.
HAIL MARY 8 HAIL MARY 8
And so the Lord Jesus, after he had spoken to them, was taken up into heaven:
there at the right hand of God he took his place.
Mark 16; 19
9. The Apostles stand gazing up into Heaven long after Jesus has gone from their view.
HAIL MARY 9 HAIL MARY 9
The angels said to the disciples, ‘This Jesus who has been taken up from you into heaven will come back in the same way as you have seen him go there.’
Acts 1; 11
10. Angels remind them of His coming at the Last Day to judge the living and the dead.
HAIL MARY 10 HAIL MARY 10

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decent of holyspirit Jesus sends the Holy Spirit in the form of fiery tongues on His Apostles and disciples. (Acts 2:2-4)


3. The Descent of the Holy Spirit

(Wednesdays and Sundays)

THE SCRIPTURE ROSARY

PRAYING THE ROSARY
(Bead by Bead)

When Pentecost day came round, they had all met in one room.
Acts 2; 1
Ten days after His Ascension Jesus sends the Holy Ghost to teach His Apostles all things and remain with them forever.
OUR FATHER OUR FATHER
Suddenly they heard what sounded like a powerful wind from heaven,
the noise of which filled the entire house in which they were sitting.
Acts 2; 2
1. Mary, the Apostles and disciples return in peace and gladness to the Cenacle.
HAIL MARY 1 HAIL MARY 1
Something appeared to them that seemed like tongues of fire,
these separated and came to rest on the head of each of them.
Acts 2; 3
2. They prepare by prayer and fasting for the coming of the Holy Ghost.
HAIL MARY 2
HAIL MARY 2
They were all filled with the Holy Spirit; ‘we hear them preaching in our own language about the marvels of God.’
Acts 2; 4, 11
3. They begin the first Novena and enter on the first Christian Retreat.
HAIL MARY 3 HAIL MARY 3
Now there were devout men living in Jerusalem from every nation under heaven.
Acts 2; 5
4. Matthias is chosen to fill the place of Judas, and is numbered among the Apostles.
HAIL MARY 4 HAIL MARY 4
Then Peter stood up with the Eleven and addressed them in a loud voice.
‘Men of Judaea, and all you who live in Jerusalem, make no mistake about this, but listen carefully to what I say.’
Acts 2; 14
5. The noise of a mighty wind from Heaven heralds the coming of the Holy Ghost.
HAIL MARY 5 HAIL MARY 5
‘You must repent,’ Peter answered ‘and every one of you must be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins, and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.’
Acts 2; 38
6. He rests over the head of each one present in the form of parted tongues of fire.
HAIL MARY 6 HAIL MARY 6
They were convinced by Peter’s arguments, and they accepted what he said and were baptized. That very day about three thousand were added to their number.
Acts 2; 41
7. They are all filled with the Holy Ghost and in divers tongues give praise to God.
HAIL MARY 7 HAIL MARY 7
You send forth your spirit, fresh life begins,
You renew the face of the earth .
Ps 104; 30 (103; 30)
8. Jews from Jerusalem and people from every nation under the sun gather to hear the Apostles.
HAIL MARY 8 HAIL MARY 8
‘When the Spirit of truth comes
He will lead you to the complete truth.’
John 16; 13
9. Peter preaches the first sermon and is understood by each one in his own tongue.
HAIL MARY 9 HAIL MARY 9
Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful,
and kindle in them the fire of your love.
(Alleluia, Pentecost Sunday)
While Peter was still speaking to Cornelius and his household the Holy Spirit came down on all the listeners.
Acts 10; 44
10. Three thousand are converted and baptized, and received into the Church.
HAIL MARY 10 HAIL MARY 10

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the assumption Mary’s soul returns to God and her glorified body is taken up into heaven and reunited with her soul.

4. The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

(Wednesdays and Sundays)

THE SCRIPTURE ROSARY

PRAYING THE ROSARY
(Bead by Bead)

The disciples joined in continuous prayer, together with several women, including Mary the mother of Jesus.
Acts 1; 14
Twelve years or more after the Ascension of Jesus, Mary gently breathes her last and is taken body and soul into Heaven.
OUR FATHER OUR FATHER
May you be blessed, my daughter, by God Most High, beyond all women on earth.
Judith 13; 23 (13; 18)
1. Mary’s exile in this vale of tears is now drawing to a close.
HAIL MARY 1 HAIL MARY 1
The trust you have shown shall not pass from the memories of men,
but shall ever remind them of the power of God.
Judith 13; 25 (13; 19)
2. She recalls the Holy Places and the scenes of her Son’s passion for the last time.
HAIL MARY 2
HAIL MARY 2
May you be blessed in all the tents of Judah and Jacob, and in every nation; for in every nation which shall hear the sound of your name men will be seized with the urge to have the God of Israel magnified on occasion of you.
Judith 13; 31 (14; 7)
3. She has followed with interest the work of the Apostles.
HAIL MARY 3 HAIL MARY 3
You are the glory of Jerusalem
You are the great pride of Israel!
You are the highest honour of our race!
Judith 15; 10 (15; 9)
4. The spread of the infant Church to other lands comforts her.
HAIL MARY 4 HAIL MARY 4
Listen, daughter, pay careful attention:
So will the King fall in love with your beauty.
Ps 45; 10, 11 (44; 10, 11)
5. Her intense longing to be with her Son in Heaven persists.
HAIL MARY 5 HAIL MARY 5
Then the sanctuary of God in heaven opened, and the ark of the covenant could be seen inside it. Then came flashes of lightning, and peals of thunder, and an earthquake, and a great storm of hail.
Apoc. 11; 19
6. The Apostles unite in prayer for her release from this world.
HAIL MARY 6 HAIL MARY 6
Now a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman, adorned with the sun.
Apoc. 12; 1

7. She is finally called to her Son in Heaven.
HAIL MARY 7 HAIL MARY 7
There was a woman, standing on the moon, and with the twelve stars on her head for a crown.
Apoc. 12; 1
8. Her soul and body are assumed to Heaven.
HAIL MARY 8 HAIL MARY 8
Sing to the Lord a new song for he has performed marvels.
Ps 98; 1 (97; 1)
9. Her life of sinlessness and obedience to God is rewarded.
HAIL MARY 9 HAIL MARY 9
Dressed in brocades, the King’s daughter is led in to the King, with virgin companions in her train.
Ps. 45; 14 (44; 14)
10. She is united for ever with her Son, possessing a unique position near Him in Heaven.
HAIL MARY 10 HAIL MARY 10

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the coronation Mary is crowned as Queen of heaven and earth, Queen of angels and saints.

5. The Coronation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

 

(Wednesdays and Sundays)

THE SCRIPTURE ROSARY

PRAYING THE ROSARY
(Bead by Bead)

‘Why should I be honoured with a visit from the Mother of my Lord ?’
Luke 1; 43
Mary is received with exultation by the whole court of Heaven, and is crowned by her Son as Queen of the angels and saints.
OUR FATHER OUR FATHER
Who is she arising like the dawn,
Fair as the moon, resplendent as the sun, as awesome as an army set in battle array?
Cant. 6; 10 (Song of S. 6; 9)
1. Mary enters God’s Kingdom amid the joy and acclamations of the angels and saints.
HAIL MARY 1 HAIL MARY 1
Like the rainbow gleaming against brilliant clouds,
like roses in the days of spring.
Ecclesiasticus (Sirach) 50; 8,9
2. Jesus is the first to welcome His blessed Mother into the home of her eternal reward.
HAIL MARY 2
HAIL MARY 2
I am the mother of pure love, of fear and reverence,
of true knowledge, and of holy hope.
Ecclesiasticus 24; 18 (24; 24)
3. She is welcomed by God the Father as His daughter, by the Holy Ghost as His Spouse.
HAIL MARY 3 HAIL MARY 3
I am bestowed on all my children, from all eternity on those appointed by him.
From me comes the One who is the Way and the Truth, every grace of faithful observance,
from me comes all promise and hope of life and virtue.
Ecclesiasticus 24; 18 (24; 25)
4. The nine choirs of angels, led by Michael the Archangel, welcome her as their Queen.
HAIL MARY 4 HAIL MARY 4
Approach me, you who desire me,
and take your fill of my fruits.
Ecclesiasticus 24; 19 (24; 26)
5. She is welcomed by her parents, Joachim and Anne; by her holy spouse, Saint Joseph.
HAIL MARY 5 HAIL MARY 5
For memories of me are sweeter than honey, as is my spirit,
inheriting me is sweeter than the honey comb. Mine is a renown that endures, age after age.
Ecclesiasticus 24; 20 (24; 27, 28)
6. She is welcomed by the confessors, virgins, and martyrs, by the patriarchs and prophets.
HAIL MARY 6 HAIL MARY 6
And now, my sons, my children, listen to me;
listen to instruction and learn to be wise,
do not ignore it.
Blessed are they that keep my ways.
Proverbs 8; 32, 33.
7. Jesus enthrones her near Himself, and crowns her with the brightest diadem of glory.
HAIL MARY 7 HAIL MARY 7
Happy those who keep my ways!
Happy the man who listens to me,
who day after day watches at my gates.
Proverbs 8; 34 (8; 32, 34)
8. Mary who, in times was the Mother of sorrows, is now in eternity and Mother of glory.
HAIL MARY 8 HAIL MARY 8
For the man who finds me finds life,
He will win favour and salvation from the Lord.
Proverbs 8; 35
9. She who gave us Jesus, is now the Mediatrix of all His graces and favours to us.
HAIL MARY 9 HAIL MARY 9
Hail, Queen of Mercy, protect us from the enemy, and receive us at the hour of death.
(Gradual, Queenship B.V.M.)
Your throne, O God, shall last for ever and ever,
On your right stands the queen, arrayed in the gold from Ophir.
Psalms 45; 6, 9 (44; 7, 10)
10. Mary, the Mother of God and of men, is now the crowned Queen of the heavenly court.
HAIL MARY 10 HAIL MARY 10

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The Scripture Rosary with the Luminous Mysteries

 

Praying the Rosary, Bead by Bead

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