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  • evmlbvit
    Feb 23, 2018

    Hi, As a college senior, it's hard to find time to actually sit down and pray the rosary but I try my best to do it everyday. Lately, I've been wondering if I had been praying the Rosary right. I know all the prayers by heart (except for the Mysteries which I look at a prayer book). However, I sometimes feel as if I'm just saying the rosary and not PRAYING. How am I suppose to meditate on the mysteries while saying the Hail Mary? Am I suppose to visualize what it would feel like to be there( like at the Nativity scene) How do I start off praying the Rosary? Usually I just walk into a church, kneel down, say Hi to God and start praying. Am I suppose to mention an intention? Please help. Thanks! I didn't find the right solution from the Internet. References: https://foru-the-rosary/354443 healthcare product marketing
  • kkrylee33
    Nov 12, 2017

    Share your ideas for new categories in this forum. I would love to hear your thoughts and will be quick to respond by adding appropriate suggested categories.
  • kkrylee33
    Nov 12, 2017

    My favorite saint is St. Therese of Lisieux. Why? I would like be able to state that I live my life striving to imitate the great Saints that have gone before us, but my fears and weaknesses would never allow me to reach the level of faith and martyrdom of Saints such as the bravery of St. Joan of Arc or the selflessness of St. Clare of Assisi. However, there is one Saint who believed that each and every one of us is capable of reaching the level of sainthood by following “Her Little Way.” She reached Sainthood by doing “little things” for Jesus throughout every moment of her life. Determined to find holiness by living her simple life, she concluded that she would offer all that she was, in spite of her littleness, to Jesus because this was all that she had to offer. St. Therese rejoiced over her weaknesses and her imperfections knowing that they brought her closer to God. As she went about her daily duties each day she offered her work, her prayer, and her sufferings to Jesus. She continuously made small sacrifices throughout the day. These small offerings became a steady stream of her love flowing directly to Jesus. This became “Her Little Way.”
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