Journey With the Rosaries

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കെയ്റ്റർ കുടുംബത്തിന്റെ മരിയഭക്തിക്ക് പാപ്പായുടെ കയ്യൊപ്പ്
Written by സാബു ജോസ്
Friday, 28 March 2014 12:26
Sunday Shalom

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"Rosary as an outstanding way to contemplate the face and mysteries of Christ."

(Pope John Paul II)

Welcome to Peecy Rosary

The word rosary comes from Latin and means a garland of roses, the rose being one of the flowers used to symbolize the Virgin Mary. If you were to ask what object is most emblematic of Catholics, people would probably say, "The rosary, of course." We’re familiar with the images: the silently moving lips of the old woman fingering her beads; the oversized rosary hanging from the waist of the wimpled nun; more recently, the merely decorative rosary hanging from the rearview mirror.
After Vatican II the rosary fell into relative disuse. The same is true for Marian devotions as a whole. But in recent years the rosary has made a comeback, and not just among Catholics. Many Protestants now say the rosary, recognizing it as a truly biblical form of prayer—after all, the prayers that comprise it come mainly from the Bible.

Kochi family puts together largest rosary collection

Sabu Caiter has a collection of more than 50,000 rosaries. These include rosaries used by St. Mother Teresa and blessed by Pope St. John Paul II. He was 13 when his grandfather died. As he was about to be buried, Sabu grabbed the rosary that was placed on his grandfather's chest. “I wanted to have something that would remind me of my grandfather,” says Sabu. Little did he realise that it would engender a passion for rosaries.

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