The Rosary - A guide for Non-Catholics


#1

Virtual Rosary is a free program
virtualrosary.org/
The purpose of the Rosary is to help keep in memory certain principal events or mysteries in the history of our salvation, and to thank and praise God for them. There are twenty mysteries reflected upon in the Rosary, and these are divided into the five JOYFUL MYSTERIES, the five LUMINOUS MYSTERIES, the five SORROWFUL MYSTERIES, and the five GLORIOUS MYSTERIES.

Some of the features of Virtual Rosary 5.2:
Requires no knowledge of the Rosary
Super-easy operation
All the prayers of the Rosary
All Mysteries displayed, including the New Luminous!
Great Illustratrions
Scripture Verses and Meditations
PrayerCast Worldwide Prayer Network
Built in Chaplet of Divine Mercy
Music Playlist Feature with MP3 Capabilities
Module Upgradability
Optional daily Rosary Reminder
14 Languages pre-installed
Flexible, Well-designed interface
Available for Windows, Mac, & Palm
and much much more!
And by the way, it’s FREE! Pass it on!


#2

Nice. It’s a shame though when someone uses the prayercast to advertise their porno. :eek:


#3

:confused:


#4

There’s a prayercast at the bottom, and about 5 clicks into one of the prayers (after normal prayer requests), someone advertised “gay porn”.

It’s techincally a “shoutcast”, so anyone can put anything. Here’s a picture (I censored it, though)

Ok, so maybe he’s praying for those (yeah right, sure…), but still…

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#5

Ok, thank you. I obviously missed that when I went onto that site! Eh gads! I remember once I went to a virtual rosary website, and as I was trying to say the rosary, all of these porn adversisements kept popping up! I felt so sorry for our Blessed Virgin that a site dedicated to her would have these kinds of ads popping up! Needless to say, I never went back to that site again (and no, I did not click on any of the ads:D ).


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