The Holy Rosary is an ancient form of prayer in the Church that dates back to the early Middle Ages. Through this meditative prayer, we join our prayers with those of the Blessed Virgin Mary in asking God for what we need. It is a powerful prayer, indeed.
Below is a set of scripture-based mysteries to assist those who pray to focus their prayer of the Rosary for the intentions of Vocations in the Dicoese of Brooklyn. As you pray and meditate on the mysteries, please remember to pray for those who hear God’s call to service in the Church as priests, deacons, bishops, consecrated men and women and holy husbands and wives. Pray that you know your own vocation and follow it with generosity and joy.
And finally, know that in making this prayer your own you are united not only with Mary and the angels and the saints, but with fellow believers everywhere.
Pray the Master of the Harvest to send laborers into His vineyard!
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Joyful Mysteries – Mondays, Saturdays, Sundays of Advent, and Sundays from Epiphany until Lent
Glorious Mysteries – Wednesdays, and Sundays throughout the year
Sorrowful Mysteries – Tuesdays, Fridays, and daily from Ash Wednesday until Easter Sunday
Luminous Mysteries – Thursdays throughout the year