The Rosary is a time-proven method of meditative prayer. For centuries the popes have recommended it, the saints have prayed it daily.
Praying the Rosary, we repeat certain prayers as we ponder certain events (“mysteries”) in the lives of Jesus and Mary. Every time we pray the Rosary, we fulfil that prophecy at least fifty times. We call the Virgin Mary “blessed”, using the inspired words of Holy Writ. We address her with the greeting of the angel Gabriel: “Hail, full of grace, the Lord is with you” (Lk1:28). We proclaim her privileges, using the words of Elizabeth her kinswoman: “Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb!” (Lk1:42). To repeat these words is a delight, because they’re rich with meaning, amplified by the Gospel scenes that are the focus of our meditations.
Please join us to say the Holy Rosary during these times:
Saturday: 4.25 pm Mass starts at 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8.30 am Mass starts at 9:00 am