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I Want To Know The Right Day Of Praying The Rosary

by Myra

I’ve been praying the rosary since I was a little girl, my grandma and my aunt taught me how to pray, and as what I’ve learned from them, that Monday and Thursday is Joyful mystery. Tuesday and Friday is sorrowful mystery and Friday, Saturday and Sundays Glorious mysteries. Is this right?

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Two Methods of Assigning Days
by: The Rosary Team

Yes, that is the traditional days for praying those mysteries. Blessed Pope John Paul II proposed adding his Luminous mysteries to Thursdays in his apostolic letter Rosarium Virginis Mariae. Hence many people follow this new method of assigning mysteries to particular days. You can continue praying the traditional method if you like.

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