The Seeker's Guide to the Rosaryby Elizabeth Kelly, Liz Kelly
The rosary is a history lesson, a study in theology, and a simple meditative prayer all in one. Once a cornerstone of Catholic devotion,
For all of the two billion Hail Marys that are said daily, an equal number of questions are likely raised about it. Why then, when there are so many other methods by which one might meditate, would someone pick up rosary beads?
The rosary is a history lesson, a study in theology, and a simple meditative
prayer all in one. Once a cornerstone of Catholic devotion, today the rosary
is often neglected and misunderstood. The Seeker's Guide to the Rosary
invites you to explore the mysteries of the rosary and apply its communal
language of faith to modern-day life. This comprehensive guide gives you the
opportunity to develop a rich and purposeful connection with the rosary,
with meditation, and, ultimately, with God.
About the Author:
Liz Kelly is a jazz singer and writer. Originally from Minnesota, she received an MFA in creative writing from the University of Alaska. She has published both fiction and nonfiction and has released two CDs, including Anima Christi in 1997.
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