[quote=Augustine]I tried by myself, but stumbled at some misteries, without knowing what to say. Do you have any on-line reference to it or perhaps could you please post the additions here?
This is what I say, though others may have other phrases:
Hail Mary full of grace, blessed are you among women and blessed is the fruit of your womb Jesus, whose birth the angel announced. . .
Jesus, who you bore under your heart with you to visit Elizabeth,
Jesus, to whom you gave birth . . .
Jesus, who you dedicated in the temple . . .
Jesus, who you sought sorrowing for three days and found in the temple. . .
Jesus, who sweat blood for us . . .
who was scourged for us . . .
who was crowned with thorns for us . . .
who carried the heavy cross for us . . .
who was crucified for us. . .
(hope I get these right)
Jesus, who was baptized in the Jordan for us. …
who turned water into wine at Cana . . .
who preached the good news to the poor . . .
who was transfigured on the Mount . . .
who instituted the Eucharist for us . . .
Jesus, who rose from the dead . . .
who ascended into heaven . . .
who sent us the Holy Spirit . . .
who will return again in glory . . .
whose kingdom will have no end. . .
I know most people end with mysteries relating to Our Lady, but I use these about Jesus. Would be interested to see what other people say.