All our Rosaries commence with the Archangel Michael prayer.
Simply, because this is to protect the prayers and intentions of the Holy Rosary.
It is the spiritual weapon and the opponents knows it!
The aim of this version is to use the Latin prayers with the Mysteries in English.
This is to give further strength to this spiritual weapon.
Latin is the traditional liturgical language of the Church, the language of many prayers and texts over centuries.
Latin unites us, which the Devil does not want. The more scattered the flock is, the upper hand of the Devil.
The more united we are against Evil, the stronger we are...
Latin has been used since St. Paulus and St. Petrus days in Rome. Latin survived the Reformation in the 17th century...
Sancte Michael Archángele,
defénde nos in prœlio;
contra nequítiam et insídias diáboli esto præsídium.
Imperet illi Deus, súpplices deprecámur;
tuque, Princeps militiae cæléstis, Sátanam aliósque spíritus malignos,
qui ad perditiónem animárum pervagántur in mundo,
divina virtúte in inférnum detrúde.
Our version of the Holy Rosary is a Step-by-Step Rosary.
The struction of the Step-by-Step Rosary is that you can start and end where you decide to.
We have a few recommended "pre-prayers" as well as "end-prayers" which all our outside the Rosary format.
It takes some time to get used to.
Once you as a user, understand our structure, we are sure you will find the depth, the joy, the strength and
the love praying the Rosary.
The Holy Rosary is the perfect wreath. Let the Pearls lead you through the prayers. From the Crucifix, through Credo, Pater Noster, the three Divine virtues when praying the Ave Maria at each cluster Pearl. Then, Gloria Patri closes the session.
The Mystery gives us a chance to meditate.
It is followed by the request from Our Lady of Fatima; "pray after each mystery: O my Jesus...".
Then, Pater Noster, Ave Maria and Gloria Patri follows.
The Holy Rosary, the perfect wreath, is closed through the hymn Salve Regina.
This is where the prayers and intentions unites.
The Pearls continue leading our way to the Cross of the Holy Rosary
"as the Crucifix both opens and closes the unfolding sequence of prayer".