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From the Rector/Cathedral School, Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 8/10/23

Fruits of the Mysteries of the Rosary
This last week we celebrated the Assumption of our Blessed Mother. As you know, this is one of the Mysteries of the Rosary. Each Mystery of the Rosary allows us to contemplate, through the eyes of our Lady, the Life, Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. As we do so, it can be helpful to consider the fruit or virtue that a particular Mystery may foster in our lives. Below is a chart of these fruits, which can be particularly helpful if we are seeking to grow in a particular virtue, for we can meditate on the corresponding passage of Scripture and ask for heavenly aid and growth with that particular decade.
Rosary Mystery– Fruit /Virtue of the Mystery
Annunciation Humility
Visitation- Love of Neighbor
Nativity of our Lord- Poverty of Spirit, Detachment from world
Presentation of Jesus– Obedience
Finding of Jesus in the Temple- Piety
Baptism of Jesus– Docility to the Holy Spirit
Wedding Feast at Cana- “To Jesus through Mary”
Proclamation of the Kingdom, call to conversion- Repentance and Trust in God
Transfiguration– Desire for Holiness
Institution of the Eucharist– Adoration of the Eucharist
Agony in the Garden– Contrition, Conformity to the Will of God
Scourging at the Pillar– Purity, Mortification
Crowning with Thorns– Moral Courage
Carrying of the Cross– Patience (Suffering well)
Crucifixion and Death of our Lord– Salvation, Self-Denial, Final Penitence &
Perseverance
Resurrection Faith
Ascension Hope, Desire for Heaven
Descent of the Holy Spirit Wisdom, Charity
Assumption of our Lady Devotion to Mary
Coronation of our Lady Eternal Happiness

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