Wednesday, October 7, 2020

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Today is the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. Gus talks about his involvement with the Rosary and how he didn't pray it for a long time because it didn't do much for him but had a change of heart about five years ago. He invites listeners to call in and talk about their Rosary beads if there's a special story behind it.

Also, Catholic author Mike Aquilina calls in to talk about his new book "History's Queen: Exploring Mary's Pivotal Role from Age to Age," which is especially poignant considering today's feast day. Mike covers several miracles attributed to praying the Rosary.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us!

1 comment

  • jan Bernethy: November 02, 2020

    I would like to tell you my rosary story. I was walking the El Camino, and prior to starting. my friend gifted me a blue rosary that a friend of ours made for me. Anyway, as I started walking on the Camino I wore the blue rosary around my neck. On day 3, in a small village, Pamplona, I looked down and saw that my rosary was split apart…I said in a quiet voice, “Oh my rosary is broken”. Out of nowhere a lady appeared, handing me her brown wooden one, saying here this one is from Jerusalem. I she vanished into the crowd!! I was in tears. I put that one around my neck, putting the blue one in my pocket. A few days later, in an evening mass, I was fumbling with my new wooden necklace as it was tangled with my silver chain with a cross on it. This sweet Spanish lady saw me fumbling, saying, here, you can have my white rosary!! Wow!! I showed her my blue rosary and after mass she had the altar boys fix it! And the altar boys then gave me their prayer bracelets. One other day, I was walking on the trail praying the rosary and this Italian guy started walking with me. He did not know English, but he knew I was praying, and he started crying.
    My blue rosary, proved to be so powerful and so transforming. Little did I know!!! Walking the El Camino was life changing. Sincerely,
    Jan Bernethy

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