An Aid to Praying the Rosary

The Madonna of the Rosary, by Bartolome Esteban Murillo
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Being perpetually sleepy, lazy and bothered by flies, I have always found it difficult to pray the Rosary. I do find it easier to pray in the company of others, but such company can be hard to find.

Therefore, I turned to the internet and discovered this easy way to keep up with all the Mysteries, and concentrate one’s mind on the words and images. There are also special Rosaries for saying during Lent.

Visit this Youtube playlist and start praying now!

Thanks to TheDivineTV, who seem to have a lot of Catholic resources on Youtube.

You might also like to visit CatholicParty on Facebook.

About Brother Burrito

A sinner who hopes in God's Mercy, and who cannot stop smiling since realizing that Christ IS the Way , the Truth and the Life. Alleluia!
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2 Responses to An Aid to Praying the Rosary

  1. Jacquelyn Taylor Baumberg says:

    …….Not to mention, which you told us about back in February 2011, a lovely site, which has people praying on it all over the world, and on which one may write one’s own intentions and prayers. Many thanks, Brother B.


  2. Brother Burrito says:

    Thanks Jacquelyn,
    This Youtube based website runs through the four sets of Mysteries on a loop. I sleep very poorly, continuously waking up and drifting off. I set this website playing just before bedtime on my laptop next to my bed, and fall asleep while praying it. When I wake up throughout the night, it is still playing and I join in again. By the time I rise, I have usually said all twenty decades. My waking life is too chaotic to allow me time to pray the Rosary more formally.

    It is great to wake from nightmares (from which I suffer also) to the soothing sound of the Rosary prayers.


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