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Rosary Confraternity Prayer

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This prayer may be recited at any time, and is not necessary as part of the Rosary or Confraternity, but a beautiful prayer if one wishes to add it. Rosary Confraternity Prayer Queen of the Most Holy…More
This prayer may be recited at any time, and is not necessary as part of the Rosary or Confraternity, but a beautiful prayer if one wishes to add it.

Rosary Confraternity Prayer

Queen of the Most Holy Rosary and Mother of us all,
we come to you for help in our sorrows, trials and necessities.
Sin leaves us weak and helpless
but divine Grace heals and strengthens.

We ask you for the grace to love Jesus as you love Him,
to believe as you believed,
to hope as you hoped;
we ask to share your purity of mind and heart.

Give us true sorrow for sin
and make us love people as you and Jesus loved them.
Obtain for us the gifts of the Holy Spirit
that we may be wise with your wisdom,
understand with your understanding,
know with your knowledge,
prudent with your prudence,
patient with your patience,
courageous with your fortitude
and desire justice earnestly for everyone
with the all-consuming desire of the Sacred Heart of Jesus your Son.

Open our minds that as we pray the Rosary
we will understand
the teachings of the Gospel contained in its mysteries.

We pray especially for the members
of the Rosary Confraternity whom we love.
Help them wherever they may be;
guide them, watch over them
and make them strong in their trials and suffering.

We are drawn together by a common bond of great charity
for you and for each other;
keep us faithful to your Son
and to your Rosary till death.

Intercede for the souls in Purgatory,
especially for the members of the Rosary Confraternity who have died.
May they rest in peace.
Finally we ask for the grace of final perseverance for ourselves
and for our loved ones that we may all be reunited in heaven forever.

St. Dominic, you who received so much Grace and Strength
from the Rosary, Pray for Us.

Music: via Jogues Chant, "Salva, Sancta Parens" ("Hail, Holy Mother").
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