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For our final post in the month of the Rosary we are very pleased to welcome a guest writer. Mtr Tracey Carroll has followed our posts on the rosary with interest and we invited her to contribute a post too. … Continue reading
In our fourth reflection for the month of the rosary Paul reflects personally on the Joy of the Rosary. “Joy to thee O Queen of Heaven, Alleluia” – the moment when this is sung at midday on Easter Sunday is … Continue reading
Fr Ian reflects on the use of prayer beads in world faiths in the third of our reflections for October, the month of the rosary: This morning I enjoyed joining with children at St Chrysostom’s for their morning assembly. The … Continue reading
Mycah, who was parish volunteer with us 2015/16, writes about her ‘discovery’ of the rosary while at St Chrysostom’s, in the second of our blog posts for October, the month of the rosary. (The first post, ‘The Comfort of the … Continue reading
I was pleased when Paul suggested that we invite people at church, and beyond, to say a decade of the rosary, for a day, or a few days in October, traditionally called the month of the holy rosary. This suggestion … Continue reading
During October this year at St Chrysostom’s we’re encouraging one another in prayer in a simple and special way. What are we doing? It’s really simple, and anyone can join in, wherever they are. October is designated as the month of … Continue reading