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Who started the "fruits of the rosary"?

by Chuck Henry
(Lakeland, FL)

Who started the "fruits of the rosary"?

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Requesting Particular Graces or Fruits is Found in St. Louis de Montfort’s Writings
by: The Rosary Team

Rosary mysteries are associated with a particular virtue. These virtues or fruits can be traced back to at least St. Louis de Montfort.

When praying this way, it is customary to ask God to increase in you the virtue associated with the mystery.

This practice is outlined in St. Louis de Montfort’s work, Methods for Saying the Rosary.

If you can get a copy of this book, I would recommend doing so and using some of his direct quotes in requesting the particular graces or fruits of each mystery.

You can find St. Louis de Montfort’s method online here...

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