All four sacred mysteries of the Rosary. The praying of the Rosary is dedicated to the Joyful (sometimes Joyous) Mysteries; the Sorrowful Mysteries; the Glorious Mysteries, and (as suggested by Pope John Paul II) the Luminous Mysteries.
(P)2009 Eric Martin
This is a great audiobook. I listen to it on the bus ride into work each morning. The narrator speaks clearly, reciting each mystery. I highly recommend.
i was involved in a prayer that was being directed to our lady in a beautiful sounding voice that held my attention to the prayer which made it easier to keep my place and get my devotion of the rosary done in a more attentive manner.
Mary..............it was a prayer to her.
hard to review a prayer..............
Say something about yourself!
It helped me to remember the rosary during commuting.The voice of the reader is good and it gives you time for meditate.
The narrated voice came across to me as very stiff and unfeeling. I am a Catholic and have prayed the Rosary all of my life. This version omits the small prayer between the Glory Be to the Father and the announcement of the next decade and the subsequent Lord's Prayer and Hail Marys. If the narrator understood this prayer he would have instilled in his delivery a softening of tone and some love into his voice, but still with respect for what it is.. I bought this recording so that I could listen and pray the Rosary at various times of the day, but find this recording very difficult and unpleasant to listen to.
The order of prayers should be, from the beginning of the beads at the crucifix
The Sign of the Cross
The Apostles Creed,
The Lords Prayer,
Three Hail Marys,
then now and between each decade -
The Glory be to the Father,
this small prayer "Oh my Jesus forgive us our sins,save us from the fire of hell,
lead all souls to heaven, especially those in need of mercy"
The announcement of each decade,
the Lords Prayer and then subsequent decade of Hail Marys.
The final prayers at the end are correct.
I do hope that someone will take notice of this review.
Maybe a change of delivery and a true knowledge of the order of prayers.
This recording was very disappointing I do not want to listen to it again.
Nurse, mother, wife, Catholic and avid reader!
As a girl who grew up with a mother who was forced to do the rosary EVERY DAY as a child, I was a novice to the rosary. I needed something to help give me focus and flow during adoration. I use this audio recording to stay on track and mindful. Each set of mysteries is done as its own complete rosary so I used bookmarks to move from one set of mysteries to another as I usually do three rosaries in the hour. I do put the narrator speed on 1.25, which I think helps make it more conversational, not lecture- like in speed. Highly recommend, particularly if you are new to the practice.
I have neveer been good at praying the rosary. This version keeps me focused, and my mind doesn't wander. Martin is very British, and that may bug some people. But, for me, his very matter of fact and rather commanding voice work. I use this most days.
If you are looking for reflections with the rosary, then this is not for you. But I stop the player at the beginning of each decade and pray for what I am led to pray. The prayers at the end of each rosary are a slightly different translation, which I am growing to like.
A wonderful way to say the Rosary to keep focused.
Mary and Jesus. Mary gently takes us through the life of Jesus providing us with great hope.
Hope for salvation for the poor impoverished sinner
Heaven comes to Earth.
Pray the Rosary for your salvation and that of the world. We will have no peace as long as we kill the innocent.
There is no litany included in this audiobook. All four sets of mysteries are included, but there is no litany.
I did not feel this book was rewarding. Mr. Martin did not expand on the mysteries to be meditated on, did not include the Fatima prayer, etc.
It was dry, no emotion, no insight into the Rosary. The most dead performance of the Rosary I have heard.
If you can get past the distracting pompous sounding accent, this presentation might be for you. This narrator is just going through the motions, not praying.
The only thing I liked about this was he was reciting the rosary.
I would have chosen a priest or monk as the narrator. Anyone who sounds like they are devote to the rosary instead of just reciting it for money.
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