The Rosary For
Non Catholics As Well!
"That they all may be one, as thou, Father, in me, and I in thee; that they also may be one in us; that the world may believe that thou hast sent me."
Is the Rosary for non Catholics as well as practicing Catholics? Of course! Anyone can and should pray the Rosary. The power of the Rosary has been clearly demonstrated.
It brings peace and holiness.
The Rosary prayer is for everyone just as Mary Mother of Jesus is the mother of all God's children.
You may even be wondering Who is Jesus anyway?
You will discover the answer to these justified questions as you begin praying the Rosary.
Is He a legend or a fable?
An exaggerated historical figure?
Was He interested in setting Himself up as the Savior of the Jewish people and was infact fooling them?
Was He a wacko with followers silly enough to beleive He was God?
Was He a New Age guru?
Or are the Catholics right...is Jesus both true God and true Man, the Redeemer of the human race?
...your knowledge of Jesus will become crystal clear.
The Rosary teaches you the life of Jesus. It takes you on a journey through the joys, teachings, sorrows, and glories of Him and His Mother Mary.
You will know Him better than many self proclaimed Christians do. The Rosary is the prayer of the Gospels and if you make a habit of praying it everyday you will internalize the Gospels themselves.
If you don't really know what is a Rosary or how to recite it , you have come to the right place.
This website is designed with you in mind.
Here you will find the answer to all your Rosary questions.
As documented below, many non-Catholics are beginning to find value in this prayer.
Even Non-Catholic Christians Pray The Rosary
The Rosary for non Catholics and non-Christians is being noticed in countries such as Cameroon, where a Catholic newspaper reported that
"when asked why they (non-Christians and non-Catholic Christians) pray the Rosary many gave a common reply such as, I just like it," some also have testified that when they pray with this blessed model they are saved from the hands of the devil and receive true peace."
Likewise the nuns of the St. Theresa Congregation say that when non-Catholics come to them with their problems, they give them Holy Water and give them the Catholic Rosary to pray.
According to the same article, "The Sisters said these people always return to thank them for the peace they got by praying the Holy Rosary. Through such experiences, many now believe in praying with the Rosary."
Through Mary the mother of Jesus and the mother of the whole world, all of God's children will come together as one.
As you can see the power of the Rosary is being appreciated, even the rosary for non Catholics, and is a great benefit to them and to the entire world.
Pray the Rosary every day!
And teach those you love to pray it as well.
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Catholic Mysteries Of The Rosary
Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary
The Joyful Mysteries are taken mostly from St. Luke's Gospel in the New Testament. They involve the joyful events of Jesus' childhood. The most joyful event in all of human history is the Incarnation or when God became man and dwelt among us read more...
Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary
What a gift the the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary are. Meditating on these
Mysteries of Light bring even deeper understanding of the public life of Jesus.
They fill in the blanks between Jesus' childhood and His suffering and death on
the cross. Therefore read more...
Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary
The Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary remind you of how much Jesus
loves you. He suffered and died for you. "Greater love than this no
man hath, that a man lay down his life for his friends."
-John 15:13. You are loved by Jesus read more...
Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary
The Glorious Mysteries are the crown of Jesus' triumphs. How
exhilarating to know that Jesus is God and that He rose from the dead,
making you an heir to Heaven. Reminding yourself of these glorious
events as you pray the Rosary prayer will keep your faith alive and strong read more...
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