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Thursday, April 26, 2007
Mary: The Power of the Scapular and Rosary
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The Blessed Virgin Mary told Saint Dominic "One day, through the Rosary and [Brown] Scapular I will save the world"

6 comments:

del_button April 26, 2007 at 9:09 PM
Peter @ Fort Zion said...

I was at a Catholic Gift shop today. For some reason they had anglican prayer beads there. 33 beads. 1 for each year of Jesus' 33 years.

I thought Catholics were looked upon as mutants for being Rosary addicts.

del_button April 26, 2007 at 11:11 PM
The Lost Vocation said...

I just came across your blog, and it's wonderful!! You're in my prayers, and I look forward to future posts.

del_button April 27, 2007 at 7:36 PM
Larry said...

Since I was invested in the brown scapular, shortly after my conversion five years ago, my life has not been the same. Once Our Lady gets a hold of you nothing is ever the same.

del_button June 25, 2007 at 6:48 PM
Cyndi Baker said...

Dear Matthew,

Uncoincidentally I am visiting your blog site. I found your site, by doing a word search on The value of the Rosary by Fr. Gabriel Amorth. It's very refreshing to hear bloggers write about the Rosary and Blessed Mother.

Please keep posting about the Rosary and especially about Blessed Mother. I spend much research time on these two topics and very much enjoy it.

All priests & religious need our daily prayers, including seminarians.

I am a wife and also a mother of 3 children: 19b, 17b, 14g.

My eldest son suspects God's calling him to be a priest. He's entering his 2nd year at the University, will probably complete his degree in 5 more years. He plans to go to pay off his loans and save money.

Have you heard about the Confraternity to the Most Holy Rosary?

The Confraternity to the Most Holy Rosary is a worldwide movement of prayer entrusted to the Dominicans over 500 years ago, by the Holy See.

To decide to be a member was an easy decision. The benefits are amazing! For more info, click below:

http://www.rosary-center.org/nroscon.htm

My 14 yo daughter & I enrolled as members in May 2007. Shortly after being enrolled as members, we prayed for Catholic family members. Some returned to the Sacraments (indeed a miracle). I received two consecutive dreams that an ex-Catholic friend was asking me to help her return to the Church. I wrote to her - she's not open at this time, but her husband is more open. Also, we witnessed a terribly broken family relationship become fully restored.

Perhaps you can blog about membership to the Confraternity to the Most Holy Rosary. May the Holy Spirit guide you & protect you.

God bless you,
Cyndi Baker

del_button July 1, 2007 at 8:53 PM
Seminarian Matthew said...

Cyndi,

Thank you for the comment. I am glad that you and others enjoy posts on the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Rosary. All Catholics should pray the daily Rosary as Mary suggested at Fatima. It is important for all of us to spread the Rosary and even go out and start Rosary groups that pray the Rosary before the start of Mass.

I have heard of the Confraternity to the Most Holy Rosary, but I am not a member. Perhaps I will take some time and research them more closely.

Pray the Rosary always!!

God Bless you.

del_button April 28, 2010 at 11:10 PM
Anonymous said...

I wear the brown scapular, what does it mean to be invested in it?

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