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How many intentions can I give before each one is "watered down" by the others?

by Anonymous

I would like to pray for many, many intentions on a rosary, but I'm afraid that listing many means each individual one will not get as much attention.

For example, if I pray that everyone who dies today escapes hell and that everyone's health and well-being is taken care of, AND pray for my personal intentions, I feel like my personal intentions don't receive as much attention as if I had just prayed for them alone.

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