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Litany And The Rosary

by Caroline
(Perth, Australia)

Is it not necessary that we say the Litany of our Blessed Virgin Mary after saying the rosary?

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Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
by: Anonymous

To Caroline of Perth Australia. As far as I know it is not neccessary to pray the Litany of The Blessed Virgin Mary at the conclusion of the rosary. However, I always say it as I feel it is a beautiful concluding prayer. I also say the prayer to Saint Michael The Archangel and The Memorare.

Hail Holy Queen Concludes the Rosary
by: The Rosary Team

Rosary mysteries are called such because they refer to the mysteries in the lives of Jesus and Mary.

Here the word mystery denotes a sacred event that is difficult to understand using logic.

All the works of Jesus are mysteries because He is God.

Because Mary is immaculate and the most pure of all God's creatures, the events in her life are also mysteries, events difficult to understand using logic.

meaning of the litany
by: olive fegarido

may i ask you to please post the meaning of the following: queen of queens, queen of martyrs, queen of virgins, queen of chastity, queen of apostles, queen of patriarchs, queen of peace, queen of angels, and queen of comforters - which are all said in the litany of the BVM.

Rosary is not complete without Litany
by: Renalyn

That's your opinion but l am use to saying the Litany after my rosary.

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