Questions are never silly.
- Today I was praying the Rosary, was interrupted and couldn’t continue with it (I had about two decades left). What happens in this situation - should I pick up where I left off at another time during the day?
Yes just pick up where you left off.
- Is it advisable to pray the Rosary daily? Is there a risk of losing meaning or importance? I’ve prayed the Rosary daily for the last three days, and have really enjoyed it but don’t want it to become something that loses the power of fulfilment.
To pray the Rosary daily is very wonderful to do. And is encouraged to do so. The more you pray the Rosary many more merits are applied to you soul. Pray it to your last breath.
Have you considered joining
THE CONFRATERNITY OF THE
MOST HOLY ROSARY ?
AND - Has anyone prayed the Jesus Prayer Rosary before? Any thoughts or opinions on it?
I’ll have to look in to it. Thanks.
***The Jesus Prayer Rosary differs from the traditional (Dominican) Rosary in about the ways you might expect. Here’s what the structure looks like:
On the cross pray
We adore you, O Christ, and we bless you.
Because by your holy cross you have redeemed the world.
Holy and strong,
Holy and immortal,
have mercy on us.
On the first large bead pray the Lord’s Prayer.
On the three small beads pray
i. Jesus, son of David, have pity on me.
ii. You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.
iii. Jesus Christ is Lord,
to the glory of God the Father.
Pray the “Glory Be…”
On the next large bead, announce the first “mystery” or meditation and pray the Lord’s Prayer.
On each of the ten following beads, pray the Jesus Prayer.
After the ten beads, pray the “Glory Be…” and the Concluding prayer for each meditation.
Repeat this for all five decades; on the centerpiece pray one of the concluding prayers (the book offers several, including the traditional Lukan canticles).
Pray a concluding prayer.***
Jesus Prayer rosary