Glorious

Glorious on WhiteAfter each Mystery say Three Hail Marys and a simple Glory Be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Resurrection 1The Resurrection

On the first day of the week, Jesus rose from the dead.  He first appeared to Mary Magdalene.  She went to announce the Good News to His followers.       (Mark 16:9-10)

 

 

Coming of the Holy Spirit 1The Coming of the Holy Spirit

On the day of Pentecost all were filled with the Holy Spirit.  (Acts 2:1, 4)

 

 

Assumption 1The Assumption

Mary was brought bodily into the glorious presence of God, “robed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of twelve stars.”   (Revelation 12:1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. I am interested always in fiat rosaries or parts thereof for making
    them.

  2. I remember this Rosary because i have friend from Bigeum she give me this prayer

  3. I have a question. Why is the very last bead after the white beads of the glorious mysteries a different color? What does this symbolize?

    • The last ‘neutral colored’ bead after the Glorious Mysteries brings it all together – The Joyful, Luminous, Sorrowful, and Glorious Mysteries.
      If you noticed there is no ending bead for any of the sets of mysteries, just beginning beads. The one ending bead after the Glorious Mysteries brings the Great Story of our Faith all together. The bead completes the story. Yet our story continues as we are strengthened to Say Yes “Fiat” to God’s Will in our lives by praying the Fiat Rosary. May we say it often. Hope this answers your question, Lauren. God Bless You! and thank you for your interest in the Fiat Rosary. Madeleine Porter


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