Pope John XXIII

 

Pope John XXIII
(1958-1963)

“The Rosary is the glory of the Roman Church…. It takes its place ... after the Mass and the Sacraments.”1

“The Rosary is a magnificent and universal prayer for the needs of the Church, the nations and the entire world.”2

“My day must be one long prayer; prayer is the breath of like. I propose to recite all fifteen decades of the Rosary every day, if possible in the chapel before the Blessed Sacrament.”3

“We never fail to recite it {the Rosary} each day in its entirety {mysteries}.”4

“We have several times had occasion to urge the clergy and laity to public and private prayer.”5

“If you recite the Family Rosary, all united, you shall taste peace.”6

Grata Recordatio Encyclical on the Rosary : Prayer for the Church, missions, international and social problems (09/26/59)

1 Msgr J. Cirrincione and T. Nelson, The Rosary and the Crisis in the Faith, Tan Books and Publishers,
2 id.
3 id.
4 Grata Recordatio Encyclical
5 id.
6 The Rosary and the Crisis of Faith

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