A Pilgrim's History of the Rosary

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WestBow Press, Sep 2, 2011 - Religion - 96 pages

I am proud to know the author of this book, which is the best I have ever seen on the Rosary. Greg spent many years studying about the Rosary. His description of the Fifteen Mysteries is the best I have ever seen. As a boy I prayed three Rosaries each day, and still do.
For years I have given away 1,000 Rosaries each month. Now I am thrilled to send copies of this book to as many people as possible.
- Daniel Lyons, The Spiritual Newsletter

My dear friends, over the years I have given prayer to this writing. I would like to say that I have reached spiritual heights, but I have not. I would like to claim a perfect Christian life, but I am still growing. I want to say I pray the Rosary perfectly and have achieved a deep union with God, but I am still maturing. However, I have learned to walk with God and continually ask him to keep working with me (Mk. 16:20). For me, the Rosary has made me a better Christian, more Christ-like, a little more understanding about life and people. I look at this writing the same way the little child in the Scriptures looked at his five loaves and two fish he gave the Lord. It is a small offering (John 6:9ff).

 

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Contents

The Pagans Searchfor Meaning
3
Irelands PrePatrician Christianity
14
Council of Ephesus 431
24
The Psalters
31
The Hail Mary is Joined to the Our Father
37
Personalities and Doctrine
43
The Joyful Mysteries
58
The Joyful Mysteries
67
The Sorrowful Mysteries
73
Final Thoughts
79
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Greg holds a master in Theology from the University of Steubenville in Ohio. Please contact Greg at gregfirnstahl@yahoo.com.

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