Let's Pray the Rosary - Glorious Mysteries

frankayylmao's version from 2017-04-19 22:49

The Glorious Mysteries (Sun and Wed)

1 : Resurrection (Mt 28:1-10; Mk 16:1-11; Lk 24:1-49; Jn 20:1-18)

Question Answer
1Easter Sunday dawns bright and joyous. Our Lord rises gloriously from the tomb.
2The holy women, anxious to anoint his body, hurry to the Lord's tomb.
3They are amazed and frightened to find the stone rolled back.
4The angels still the fears of the women, saying, "He is not here, but has risen" (Luke 24:5)
5Our Lord appears later to Mary Magdalene and soothes her broken heart.
6She rushes back, bursts into the room and cries, "I have seen the Lord!" (Jn 20:18)
7The risen Jesus manifests himself to the contrite Peter.
8He walks with the two who are going to Emmaus and reveals himself to them in the breaking of the bread.
9Our Lord comes through the barred doors that evening and greets the rest of the disciples with words, "Peace be with you" (Lk 24:36)
10He breathes upon them and gives them the power to forgive the sins of the men for whom he died.

2 : The Ascension (Mt 28:16-20; Mk 16:19-20; Lk 24:50-53; Acts 1:3-12)

Question Answer
1Our Lord shows himself alive to his disciples for forty days.
2Then, at last, he leads them out again to Mount Olivet.
3He promises that the Holy Spirit will come upon them.
4He charges them to preach the Good News even "to the ends of the earth" (Acts 1:8)
5These things being said, he is taken up into heaven.
6And there he takes his seat at God's right hand.
7The disciples stand with mixed feelings, gazing up into heaven.
8And, behold, two men in white garments are suddenly with them. The men ask, "Why do you stand looking up toward heaven?" (Acts 1:11)
9Then the men tell the disciples that Jesus, whom they have seen taken up, shall come back again.
10The disciples leave Olivet, and go back to Jerusalem.

3 : The Descent of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:1-13)

4 : Our Lady's Assumption

5 : The Coronation of Our Lady as Queen of Heaven