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Mass Or Rosary

by Henrik
(Stockholm, Sweden)

Is it better for a Roman Catholic to celebrate mass everyday instead of praying the rosary and only visit church on Sunday?

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Mass AND Rosary
by: Jerald Franklin Archer

A faithful Catholic should, if they are able, to attend Mass everyday. The Sunday obligation goes without saying, but The Rosary is a devotion, not under obligation. We have a wonderful Church with all of the devotions we have, so we should never be in want of doing something valuable with our time when and if we can. I cannot ever see where one would place more value on the other, but Mass is, by it's sheer existence in both thought and deed, the greatest thing that a human can assist in here on Earth. I have always believed that the Rosary should be said before every Mass, if possible. Some even pray the Rosary during Mass if they are good at what I often call "spiritual multi-tasking". God Bless You.

Rosary during Mass NOT GOOD
by: Michael, California

I do not think Praying Rosary during Holy mass is a good thing. During mass everybody as a group along with the Priest is making the offering.

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