The Rosary of Saint John Paul II: Meditations, Prayers, and Practical Aids
"Take up the Rosary once again!"
Now the prayer book that contains everything you need to rediscover the Rosary by praying the way Saint John Paul II recommended. Complete with excerpts from his Apostolic Letter, Rosarium Virginis Mariae, Scripture passages and directed meditations, as well as beautiful artwork for each Mystery. A beautiful and practical guide to contemplating the Joyful, Luminous, Sorrowful, and Glorious Mysteries of the Most Holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
This book contains the tools to help you apply Saint John Paul II's method of praying the Rosary, including:
- The Saint's optional introduction to the Rosary
- Sacred Art for each Mystery
- Related Scripture Passages for each Hail Mary
- Concluding each Mystery with a prayer for the fruits specific to the Mystery
- The Litany of Loreto
- And more!
Praise for this new release:
"With St. John Paul II as our guide, this book will help individuals and families rediscover the power of the rosary, bringing everyone closer to the hearts of Jesus and Mary!"
Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, Author, Champions of the Rosary: The History and Heroes of a Spiritual Weapon
"Ever since the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to Saint Dominic...all the great saints have had something in common: they prayed the rosary. So, if you want to be a saint—and you desire your children and grandchildren to be saints—this wonderful little book will help you stay close to Our Lady by praying the rosary each day, and she will help you follow Jesus her Son to ‘do whatever He tells you’ (John 2:5).”
Patrick Madrid, host "The Patrick Madrid Show" on Relevant Radio
"Visually stunning and chock full of useful tips for drawing the whole family into the mysteries of the life of Christ through our Blessed Mother Mary. Truth, goodness, and beauty leap off the pages of this practical but profound guide to praying the Rosary, which many have called the most powerful spiritual weapon we possess! This book is a gift to your family and mine."
Leila Miller, Founder/blogger Little Catholic Bubble