Use the Gospels to Pray the Rosary
Welcome to Rosary Reflections.com!
Are you looking for additional ways to pray the Rosary?
Do you want to connect more deeply with the life of Jesus as told in the Gospels?
If you answered “Yes,” this site is for you.
Now you can add a deeper level of prayer to experience more peace, love, and joy in your life.
The Sunday Gospel Rosary Reflections
The Sunday readings from the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John contain wisdom, insights, and faith from the Lectionary.
The Lectionary is a standard list of Scripture readings that many Christians – including Catholics – use for Sunday worship.
With the Sunday Gospel Rosary Reflections, you can reflect deeper and pray more intently on the themes from those Scripture verses.
That means you can focus and meditate on the beauty of the Gospel and prepare for a deeper celebration of Sunday worship.
Click here to see the latest Sunday Gospel Rosary Reflection.
Are you short on time to pray the Rosary? A full rosary contains five decades of an Our Father, ten Hail Mary’s and concludes with one Glory Be prayers.
A full rosary takes between 15 and 30 minutes to pray.
For example, when you are in a hurry, you can pray one decade with only one Our Father, ten Hail Mary’s and end with one Glory Be prayers.
So, just pick a topic from the list and focus on one decade at a time.
Therefore, you can pray a full rosary over five days – a decade a day – or choose a single Scripture reflection for any day you choose.
Click here to get started praying a Decade a Day.
The primary message of all of the Gospels is peace.
Our world needs more peace, more love and more joy.
Above all, the Peace Reflections give you the inspiration to focus on intentions of peace and help you feel more at peace with your life.
Click here to get started praying for peace.