Traditional Anglo-Papist

16 March 2006

Rosary

While surfing the net looking for Anglo-Papist stuff, I stumbled across the The Guild of the Living Rosary. The pages gives this as the Rule of Life:
The Rule is the recitation of one decade (mystery) (10 Hail Mary's) a day i.e. the same mystery for a month. These together with the monthly intention , being set out on the sheet issued each half year.

Or if you wish to say a different mystery a day:
The Rule is the recitation of one decade (10 Hail Mary's) of the Rosary daily, these together with the monthly intention being set out on the sheet issued each half year.

We have been saying the Rosary before weekday Masses here and I was wondering if anyone has had any personal expereince of the Guild of the Living Rosary (or, for that matter, the Living Rosary of Our Lady and S. Dominic which, I believe, is still active at S. Clement's)?

2 Comments:

  • Sorry, I don't know about the living rosary.

    But when I was in our local Catholic bookstore the other day, I saw a book entitled "The Six Chapter Rosary." Obviously for over achievers!

    By Anonymous Tony Bartel, at Friday, March 17, 2006 7:06:00 AM  

  • There was just a chapter of the Living Rosary at S. Clement's, Phila., as there was at many other places. Fr Jonathan Ostman at St John's, Newport, RI, runs the Living Rosary

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Sunday, March 19, 2006 5:05:00 AM  

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