1rosario masculinoto say the rosary — rezar el rosario
- The mission began each morning with a Mass at five o'clock, followed by a second at nine-thirty and rosary in the evenings at seven with instruction.
- The old ladies were praying a rosary in the back of the bus.
- After the walk, she says the rosary, sometimes all 150 Hail Marys.
- Feasts of the village patron saint are celebrated, the rosary said every evening and funeral rites arranged and paid for when necessary.
- After each vision I would find the nearest church, seek sanctuary, kneel, and pray the rosary.
- After a relative's funeral, families and their friends pray the rosary for nine evenings, offering refreshments after each night's prayers.
- Isabella felt so blessed by God that she offered two novenas, three rosaries and gave more donations to the order she was part of.
- He holds a degree from Northwestern University, speaks four languages fluently and as ‘a good Catholic boy’ he prayed the rosary after Mass every Sunday.
- She found an empty place in a pew in the back of the church and after she genuflected, knelt and began her rosary.
- Occasionally he would pray the rosary during the week.
- It had been a day or two since I had sat in a dimmed church, all alone, to say the rosary.
- Nevertheless about 10 per cent of the early convicts were Catholics, and a network formed among emancipists to pray the rosary and maintain other devotional practices.
- They took communion; they recited the rosary (an increasingly popular devotion in this period); and they made their confessions, usually to a priest or a friar.
- I'm not one of those church-going kids who prays the rosary every night.
- Instead of saying the rosary, I kept saying her name as I paced my office wishing that I smoked (it was fine in the end).
- Claudette couldn't concentrate on the epistle or the gospel, couldn't settle down to the rosary.
- Do the Catholics make you say the rosary before lunch?