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How to Ask Favors

by Anonymous

Quick question, how do you ask requests from Mama Mary through the recitation of the Holy Rosary? When should you ask these requests and in what manner?

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Before The First Mystery Is Announced
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When praying the Rosary, it is customary to mention any intentions or prayer requests after the introductory prayers and before the first mystery is announced using a formula such as, "I offer this Rosary for..." Use your own words and ask for whatever it is you need through Mary.

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So Only the First Mystery
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Ahhhh, so it's okay if I just ask favors before the first mystery only? :)

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Yes and No
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It is okay to ask for favors before the first mystery, but not only then. There is not a specific formula to mentioning petitions or asking for favors during the Rosary. You can mention your requests whenever you want. Most often people do so before the first mystery, sometimes it is mentioned before the Rosary is begun, some people even mention a different intention before each mystery. You do it however you like best.

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