WWRJ – Black Catholic Rosary

The Sign of the Cross In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. WWRJ Black Catholic Rosary  

WWRJ – Stations of the Cross

On this journey, we will hear and reflect on the stories of courageous Black Catholic Women who relied on their faith and dedicated themselves to living and sharing it despite bearing the unjust crosses of racism, slavery, poverty, segregation, sexism, and exclusion. May their witness open our minds, touch our hearts, inspire our words and …

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The Three O’Clock Prayer

This Prayer is taken from Sr Faustina’s diary in which she wrote messages from our Lord.   The Divine Mercy Chaplet is taken from her diary. You expired, Jesus, but the source of life gushed forth for souls and the ocean of mercy opened up for the whole world. O Fountain of Life, unfathomable Divine …

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The Chaplet of Divine Mercy

The Divine Mercy Chaplet is taken from Sr Faustina’s diary in which she wrote messages from our Lord.    The recommendation is that is prayed daily at 3:00 pm to commemorate the Hour of Mercy – the time that Jesus died on Good Friday. The Divine Mercy novena is prayed from Good Friday to the …

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The Glorious Mysteries

In the Glorious Mysteries, we rejoice with Jesus and Mary and we begin with a reflection on the Resurrection of Jesus.  The grave could not hold Jesus and he rose after 3 days like He said He would.  He walked the earth in a glorious stage appearing first to Mary Magdalene and then to the …

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The Luminous Mysteries

The Luminous Mysteries were added to the prayers of the Rosary by St. John Paul II in 2002 and prayed on Thursdays.   These mysteries help us to reflect on the actions of Jesus during his 3 years or so of ministry.    We begin with the Baptism of Jesus in the Jordan and that …

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The Divine Praises

The Divine Praises is usually prayed at the conclusion of Exposition and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament before our Lord is returned to the tabernacle.  It was composed in the late 1700’s by a Jesuit priest, Luigi Felici. However, the Divine Praises can also be used in private prayers.   The Divine Praises…Let us  Pray…. …

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