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Signum Crucis

Sign of the Cross

Romae:

 

In Rome:

V.

Domine,

labia

mea

V.

Thou, O Lord, wilt

aperies,

 

open my lips,

R.

Et

os

meum

R.

And my tongue shall

annuntiabit laudem tuam.

V. Deus

meum intende,

R.

adiuvandum me festina.

in

adiutorium

ad

Domine

Ad Crucem:

Symbolum Apostolorum

Ad grana maiora:

Oratio Dominica

Ad grana minora:

Ave Maria

Ad finemdecadum:

Gloria Patri

the

following may be used in place of the Gloria Patri

On

Good

Friday,

announce Thy praise.

V. O God come to my

assistance,

R. O Lord, make haste

to help me.

At the Crucifix: Apostle's Creed
At the Crucifix:
Apostle's Creed

On the large beads:

Our Father

On the small beads:

Hail Mary

At the end of the decades:

Glory Be

the

following may be used in place of the Gloria Patri

On

Good

Friday,

R. Christus factus est pro

R. Christ

became

nobis oboediens usque

obedient

for

us

unto

ad mortem.

death.

V. Mortem autem crucis.

On Holy Saturday, the following may be used in place of the Gloria Patri

R. Christus factus est pro

nobis oboediens usque

ad mortem, mortem autem crucis.

V. Even unto death on the Cross.

On Holy Saturday, the following may be used in place of the Gloria Patri

R. Christ

obedient for us unto death, even unto death on the Cross.

became

V. Propter quod et Deus

exaltavit illum: et dedit illi

nomen, quod est super omne nomen.

Oratio Fatima

O MI IESU, dimitte nobis debita nostra, libera nos ab igne inferni, conduc in caelum omnes animas, praesertim illas quae maxime indigent misericordia tua.

Meditationes Rosarii

In feria secunda et sabbato

I. Mysteria Gaudiosa

1.

Quem, Virgo,

concepisti. [Mt 1:18, Lc

1:26-38]

Quem

Elisabeth portasti.

2.

visitando

[Lc

1:39-45]

3. Quem, Virgo, genuisti. [Lc 2:6-12]

4. Quem

praesentasti. [Lc 2:25-

templo

in

V. For which God hath exalted Him and hath given Him a name which is above all names.

Fatima Prayer

O my Jesus, forgive us our sins and save us from the fires of Hell. Lead all souls to heaven, especially those in most need of Thy mercy.

Meditations

On Mondays and Saturdays

I. Joyous Mysteries

1. Him Whom thou didst

conceive. [Mt 1:18, Lk

1:26-38]

2. Him Whom thou didst

carry while visiting Elizabeth. [Lk 1:39-45]

3. Him Whom thou didst

give birth to. [Lk 2:6-12]

4. Him Whom thou didst

present in the temple. [Lk

32]

2:25-32]

5.

Quem

in

templo

5.

Him Whom thou didst

invenisti. [Lc 2:41-50]

In feria quinta

find in the temple. [Lk

2:41-50]

On Thursdays

II.

Mysteria Luminosa

II.

Luminous

 

Mysteries

1.

Qui apud

Iordanem

1.

He Who was baptized

baptizatus est. [Mt 3:13,

in the Jordan. [Mt 3:13,

Mc

1:9, Jn 1:29]

 

Mk 1:9, Jn 1:29]

2.

Qui

ipsum

revelavit

2.

He Who revealed

apud

Canense

Himself at the wedding

matrimonium. [In 2:1-11]

3.

annuntiavit. [Mc 1:15, Lc

Qui

Regnum

Dei

10:8-11]

4. Qui transfiguratus est.

[Mt 17:1-8, Mc 9:2-9]

5. Qui Eucharistiam

est. [Mt 17:1-8, Mc 9:2-9] 5. Qui Eucharistiam instituit.[In 6:27-59, Mt 26:26-29, Mc 14:22-24, Lc

instituit.[In 6:27-59, Mt 26:26-29, Mc 14:22-24, Lc 22:15-20]

In feria tertia et feria sexta

feast of Cana. [Jn 2:1-11]

3. He who announced the

Kingdom of God. [Mk

1:15, Lk 10:8-11]

was

transfigured. [Mt 17:1-8, Mk 9:2-9]

4.

He

Who

5. He Who instituted the

[Mt 17:1-8, Mk 9:2-9] 4. He Who 5. He Who instituted the Eucharist. [Jn 6:27-59, Mt

Eucharist. [Jn 6:27-59, Mt 26:26-29, Mk 14:22- 24, Lk 22:15-20]

[Jn 6:27-59, Mt 26:26-29, Mk 14:22- 24, Lk 22:15-20] On Tuesdays and Fridays III. Mysteria dolorosa

On Tuesdays and Fridays

III. Mysteria dolorosa

 

III.

Sorrowful

Mysteries

1. Qui

pro

nobis

1.

He Who sweated

sanguinem

sudavit.

[Lc

blood for us. [Lc 22:39-

22:39-46]

 

46]

2.

Qui

pro

nobis

2.

He Who was scourged

flagellatus est. [Mt 27:26,

Mc

3.

15:6-15, In 19:1] Qui pro nobis spinis

15:6-15, In 19:1]

Qui pro nobis spinis

for us. [Mt 27:26, Mk

for us. [Mt 27:26, Mk 15:6-15, Jn 19:1] 3. He Who was crowned

15:6-15, Jn 19:1]

3. He Who was crowned

coronatus est. [In 19:1-8]

4. Qui pro nobis crucem

baiulavit. [In 19:16-22]

5. Qui

crucifixus est. [In 19:25-

30]

nobis

pro

In feria quarta et Dominica

with thorns for us. [Jn

19:1-8]

4. He Who carried the Cross for us. [Jn 19:16-

22]

5. He Who was crucified

for us. [Jn 19:25-30]

On

Sundays

Wednesdays

and

1. Qui

resurrexit

mortuis. [Mc 16:1-7]

a

2. Qui in caelum ascendit.

[Lc 24:46-53]

3. Qui Spiritum Sanctum

misit. [Acta 2:1-7]

4. Qui te assumpsit. [Ps

16:10]

5. Qui

coronavit. [Apoc 12:1]

te

in

caelis

Orationes ad Finem Rosarii Dicendae

Salve Regina

V. Ora pro nobis, Sancta Dei Genetrix.

R.

promissionibus Christi.

Ut

digni

efficiamur

Oremus DEUS, cuius Unigenitus per vitam, mortem et resurrectionem suam nobis salutis aeternae praemia comparavit, concede, quaesumus: ut

haec

mysteria

sacratissimo beatae Mariae Virginis Rosario recolentes, et imitemur quod continent, et quod

promittunt assequamur. Per eundem Christum Dominum nostrum. Amen.

1.

He Who arose from

the dead. [Mk 16:1-7]

2. He Who ascended into

heaven. [Lk 24:46-53]

3. He Who sent the Holy

Spirit. [Act 2:1-7]

4. He Who assumed thee

into heaven. [Ps 16:10]

5. He Who crowned thee

Queen of Heaven. [Rev

12:1]

Prayers at the End of the Rosary

Hail Holy Queen

V. Pray for us, O Holy

Mother of God.

R. That we may be made

worthy of the promises of

Christ.

Let us pray O GOD, Who by the life, death, and resurrection of Thy only-begotten Son, hath purchased for us the rewards of eternal salvation, grant, we beseech Thee, that meditating on these mysteries of the most holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary, we may imitate what they contain and obtain what they promise, through the same Christ our Lord. Amen.