Reflections on the Mysteries of the Rosary

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Liturgical Press, 2005 - Religion - 55 pages
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With a reflection on each of the four mysteries of the rosary - Joyful, Light, Sorrowful, and Glorious - this book will help those praying the rosary find a focus for meditation. Each reflection contains a Scripture verse as well as background to understanding the biblical texts. With its twenty-first century relevance, this guide by Mark Boyer will bring readers to contemplate personal application of the mysteries. Enhance your garden of prayer" with Reflections on the Mysteries of the Rosary.

Mark G. Boyer is the author of 25books, has served as an associate pastor, high school and adult religious education teacher, and is a part-time instructor in New Testament in the Religious Studies Department of Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield. Among the books he has written are The Liturgical Environment, Mary's Day - Saturday, Biblical Reflection on Male Spirituality, Baptized into Christ's Death and Resurrection, and Waiting in Joyful Hope, published by Liturgical Press.

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Contents

Introduction
7
The Glorious Mysteries
8
The Baptism of Jesus in the Jordan
22
The Transfiguration
28
The Agony in the Garden
34
The Carrying of the Cross
40
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Fr. Mark G. Boyer, a retired priest of the Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau, Missouri, is the author of fifty books, including three editions of The Liturgical Environment, on biblical and liturgical spirituality. He continues as a part-time instructor in the Religious Studies Department of Missouri State University, Springfield, where he has taught courses in New Testament and Bible and Film for twenty-eight years. His other books include the following titles: Praying Your Way through Luke's Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles, An Abecedarian of Animal Spirit Guides: Spiritual Growth through Reflections on Creatures,andOvercome with Paschal Joy: Chanting through Lent and Easter--Daily Reflections with Familiar Hymns.

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