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Confused About Days Mysteries Are Prayed On

by Tommy

I thought that the sorrowful mysteries was only to be prayed at Tuesdays and Fridays? Is it added to Sundays because this one is the passionate Sunday or has it changed for this mystery to be prayed 3x a week?

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Customary Changes For Liturgical Seasons
by: The Rosary Team

The customary days the sorrowful mysteries are prayed upon have not officially changed.

The Catholic Rosary prayers beautifully accompany the various seasons within the Church year.

These special Catholic Rosary prayers are adjusted during the seasons of Christmas and Lent.

In the Christmas season, the Joyful Mysteries are prayed on Sundays.

Likewise, during the season of Lent, the Sorrowful Mysteries are prayed on Sundays.

Thereby giving emphasis to the events in the life of Jesus that are being celebrated during those two seasons of the year.

His incarnation and birth during Christmas and His passion and death during Lent.

Sunday Mystery in January
by: marie

I understand the praying of the mysteries during easter and advent, but what about in January?

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