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RomanticCatholic.com Presents:"A little Background on the Holy Rosary" it show where it came from and the great benefits of this devotion, narrated by The Mary Foundation Continue Reading

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  1. ogechi
    10 months ago

    God's direction upon myself and family

  2. Emily Brown
    1 year ago

    I so need powerful intervention. I want to be purged of bad thoughts and to think of only good things. I want to be more spiritual and teach others of the word of God and that only through Him all things are possible. I want to be a better person despite the financial difficulties and to be very gracious and love all my grandchildren and their parents. To love my husband without end. I want to learn to pray the rosary and to teach others of the benefits of praying the rosary. Pray for me.

  3. Brian
    1 year ago

    Today is the Feast of The Holy Rosary!

  4. Rodney
    1 year ago

    I started praying the rosary every day after watching Pope Francis' prayer vigil for peace. I am an Anglican, but feel called to support my Roman brothers and sisters in these dark days. We should all come together more as Christians.

  5. j
    1 year ago

    i will pray for everyone who wishes everyone to pray for them, and i ask everyone to pray for my family also.

  6. Nomonde kibi
    1 year ago

    good video :pray for me so that i can be true servant of God, by answering my vocation of becoming a sister and be like Mary

  7. Evan
    1 year ago

    pray for the 2 angles that lost their lives in a boating accident and their sister who is fighting for her life.

  8. Brenda Kabasomi
    1 year ago

    I have just come across this website and I feel blessed. I want to start praying the rosary daily. Please pray for me to achieve this. God bless you all.

  9. Minda Mayers
    1 year ago

    Are the Glorious mystery pray during lent?

  10. Jill Perez
    1 year ago

    Please pray for this kindred soul who struggle everyday just to make ends meet. And despite having limited resources, always strive to be selfless.


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