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Chaplet of Divine Mercy
Chaplet of Divine Mercy – spoken – Catholic Crusade – 9.5 min.
Chaplet of Divine Mercy – spoken – one voice – 10.5 min.
Chaplet of Divine Mercy – prayed by two Franciscan Friars of the Renewal – 8 min.
Chaplet of Divine Mercy – many voices – 17.5 min.
Chaplet of Divine Mercy Sung in Church – 20 min.
The mysteries of the Rosary are based on the incidents in the life of Our Lord and His Mother that are celebrated in the Liturgy.
There is a parallel between the main feasts honoring our Lord and his Mother in the liturgical year, and the mysteries of the Rosary.
Consequently, one who recites all the mysteries of the Rosary in one day reflects on the whole liturgical cycle that the Church commemorates during the course of each year. That is why some of the Popes have referred to the Rosary as a compendium of the Gospel.
Please visit the Pray As You Go website which offers a Daily Prayer each day. It also provides a wide range of prayer tools, music, readings and commentary, and other useful options which you might find helpful.