Beads of Love
The Beads of Love: A Rosary offers a variety of prayers as one walks with Christ through his earthly life. The meditations also invite us to reflect on the sacraments and on the lives of saintly people who have walked this road before us. The Rosary provides not only an abundance of reflective prayer for those who find it easy to pray, but it also offers an oasis of prayer for people who are going through periods of spiritual drought and often cannot find the words to pray. By praying the Rosary, we enter into the presence of God and his saints and angels and of the Blessed Virgin Mary, who is always willing to intercede for us, through her beloved son, Jesus, if we ask her to do so. Cardinal George Pell writes: 'David Gentle's Beads of Love: A Rosary is a beautiful example of a traditional prayer, changed and developed to help today's Christians pray'. David Gentle, a psychologist, was prdained into the ministry of the Anglican Church in 1970
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Foreword by Cardinal George Pell
The Joyful Events
The Glorious Events
Amen and/or Glory angel Anglican and Catholic Australian BAPTISM believe Beloved Christ beloved Jesus Beloved Mary Blessed be God Blessed Jesus Blessed Mary Blessed Virgin Mary Brother Jesus Christ our Lord Christians communion of saints congregational worship cross and say David Chislett SSC Dear Mary Dearest Mary DECADE Diocese of Rockhampton disciples endless love forgive full of faith gifts GLORIOUS EVENTS glory and praise God forever God's Grant heart heaven Holy Spirit forever HOLY UNCTION honour intercession Jesus and Mary Jesus Christ Joseph Joyful Sorrowful Glorious kind and merciful King of endless kingdom Kiss the crucifix Lamb Lamb of God Lord Christ Lord Jesus Christ Lord's Prayer love and compassion LOVING SIGNS Luke's Healing Foundation ministry Mother parish person praise you beloved Praised and adored pray the Rosary prayer and meditation proclaim Reflection Hail Mary Religious Education say blessed sins special intention spiritual awareness St Francis St Luke Teaching