Sundays after Easter through Ordinary Time
The Sundays after Easter through the great feasts of the Ascension, Pentecost, The Most Holy Trinity and the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, provide significant opportunities to pray the Mysteries of the Rosary and to find your own life in the mysteries. Share your own joys, sorrows, triumphs and enlightened inspirations with Jesus, Mary and the Early Church. Through our prayers we continue the Family Rosary theme for this year, "Being about the Work of My Father." Father John Phalen’s CSC book entitled Living the Rosary describes how he related the mysteries in his life to the mysteries in the life of Jesus, Mary and the Church and how through prayers we like Jesus are about the work of Our Father.
Ordinary Time in the Church year continues through the Liturgical Season of Advent. Why not make this an ordinary opportunity for members of your family (or friends) to pray the Rosary together. This can be a privileged means of grace for the family and world community, remembering that, "The Family that Prays together Stays Together" and "A World at Prayer is a World at Peace."