Flame Of Love Rosary

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How to Pray the Flame of Love Rosary

Flame Of Love Rosary

There are numerous excellent collections of Rosary meditations available. Here are two popular options among Flame of Love Cenacles.

One of them was created by the Flame of Love Movement in Canada and includes excerpts from Elizabeth Kindelmann’s Spiritual Diary.

The following meditations have been used by many long-established cenacles in the United States:

How to Say the Mystery

The rosary consists of 20 mysteries, which are gospel stories. Before and after dinner, read one gospel story and recite 1 Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, and 1 Glory Be. By following this practice, your home will receive abundant blessings from our Blessed Mother.

The Joyful Mysteries

  1. The Annunciation (Luke 1:26-38)

    • When Mary was a young woman, the angel Gabriel appeared to her and conveyed God’s message. Mary, filled with God’s grace, accepted the divine plan and agreed to conceive a son named Jesus, who would reign eternally. The angel returned to heaven after Mary gave her consent.
  2. The Visitation (Luke 1:39-56)

    • Mary learned from the angel Gabriel that her cousin Elizabeth was also expecting a child. Mary paid a visit to Elizabeth, and when they met, Elizabeth’s unborn baby leaped in her womb as he was filled with the Holy Spirit. Elizabeth recognized that Mary was to be the mother of God and praised her faith.
  3. The Birth of Jesus (Luke 2:1-20, Matthew 2:1-12)

    • Due to a census, Joseph and Mary had to travel to Bethlehem, a journey of 90 miles, to register their names. Unfortunately, there was no room for them at the inn, so Mary gave birth to Jesus in a manger, surrounded by animals. Angels appeared to shepherds, informing them of the birth of their Lord and Savior. The shepherds visited the manger and shared their miraculous encounter with Joseph and Mary. Later, wise men from the East arrived, guided by a star, and presented Jesus with gifts.
  4. The Presentation in the Temple (Luke 2:22-35)

    • Forty days after Jesus’ birth, Joseph and Mary brought him to the temple to fulfill the Jewish law. Simeon, guided by the Holy Spirit, prophesied that Jesus would bring light and be a sign of contradiction. He foretold that Mary’s heart would be pierced with sorrow. Another prophetess, Anna, proclaimed the deliverance that Jesus would bring to Jerusalem.
  5. The Finding in the Temple (Luke 2:41-52)

    • Every year, Jesus’ family traveled to Jerusalem for the Passover feast. When Jesus was 12 years old, he remained in the temple while his parents returned home, unknowingly assuming he was with their group. After three days, they found Jesus in the temple, engaging in insightful discussions. Jesus explained that he had to be in his Father’s house. He returned with them to Nazareth and lived as a carpenter until the age of 30 when he began his preaching mission.
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Mysteries of Light

  1. The Baptism of Jesus (Matthew 3:1-17)

    • John the Baptist baptized people in the Jordan River, and Jesus presented himself for baptism. As Jesus emerged from the water, the heavens opened, and the Holy Spirit descended in the form of a dove. God the Father declared Jesus as His beloved Son. Following his baptism, the Holy Spirit led Jesus into the desert, where he faced various temptations.
  2. The Wedding Feast of Cana (John 2:1-12)

    • Jesus, accompanied by his mother and disciples, attended a wedding in Cana. During the festivities, they ran out of wine. Mary informed Jesus of the situation, who instructed the waiters to fill six large jars with water. Miraculously, the water transformed into excellent wine. This event marked Jesus’ first miracle and fostered belief among his disciples.
  3. Jesus Preaches and Heals (Mark 1:35-39)

    • Jesus traveled throughout Galilee, spreading his message and healing the sick. He conveyed the imminent arrival of the Kingdom of Heaven and performed numerous miraculous healings, even raising the dead. Despite his command for silence, news of his wonders attracted larger crowds, and his disciples grew in faith.
  4. The Transfiguration (Matthew 17:1-8)

    • Jesus, accompanied by his closest apostles, ascended a high mountain. There, his appearance changed significantly, as his clothes became dazzling white, and his face shone like the sun. Moses and Elijah appeared and conversed with Jesus. Overwhelmed by the spectacle, Peter proposed constructing tents for each of them. As a cloud enveloped them, God the Father proclaimed Jesus as His beloved Son. Jesus instructed his apostles to keep this vision a secret until after his resurrection.
  5. The Last Supper (Matthew 26:26-30)

    • On the eve of his crucifixion, Jesus gathered his apostles in Jerusalem for the Last Supper. During the meal, he instituted the Eucharist, taking bread and wine and transforming them into his body and blood. He instructed his disciples to continue this practice in memory of him. The Last Supper marked the first Mass and the apostles’ reception of their first communion.
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The Sorrowful Mysteries

  1. The Agony in the Garden (Matthew 26:36-46)

    • After the Last Supper, Jesus retreated with his apostles to the Garden of Gethsemane, a place of prayer. Judas, having left the gathering to betray Jesus, arrived with a group of soldiers to arrest him. Jesus urged his apostles to pray but found them asleep. Overwhelmed with sorrow and anticipation of his imminent suffering, Jesus surrendered to God’s will. After three hours, Judas arrived with the soldiers.
  2. The Scourging at the Pillar (Mark 15:11-15)

    • Despite Pontius Pilate’s reluctance to condemn Jesus, the crowd persisted in demanding his crucifixion. To appease them, Pilate ordered the scourging of Jesus. Soldiers mercilessly lashed him on his back, inflicting excruciating pain.
  3. The Crowning of Thorns (Mark 15:1-20)

    • The soldiers, mocking Jesus as the King of the Jews, dressed him in military attire and crowned him with thorns. They subjected him to further abuse, striking him on the head and spitting on him. Eventually, they redressed him in his own robe.
  4. The Carrying of the Cross (Mark 15:21-22)

    • Following the crowd’s choice of Barabbas, Pilate handed Jesus over to soldiers who led him to Calvary. Due to his weakened state, they recruited Simon, a passerby, to help Jesus carry the cross. Numerous women from Galilee and Jerusalem followed, mourning for him.
  5. Jesus Dies on the Cross (Matthew 27:45-61)

    • Jesus was crucified from noon until 3:00 PM. At various moments, he uttered the words “I thirst” and “It is finished.” In his final moments, he commended his mother to the care of the Beloved Disciple and assured the Good Thief of his place in Paradise. Following his death, Joseph of Arimathea, a wealthy man, buried Jesus in a new tomb, witnessed by many.
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Glorious Mysteries

  1. The Resurrection (Matthew 28:1-10)

    • After the Sabbath, Mary Magdalene and other women visited Jesus’ tomb but found it empty. An angel informed them that Jesus had risen. As they were on their way to report this news to the disciples, Jesus appeared before them and instructed them to gather in Galilee. Jesus made multiple appearances to his disciples, providing proof of his resurrection and imparting instructions for their future mission.
  2. Jesus’ Ascension into Heaven (Luke 24:50-53)

    • Over a span of 40 days, Jesus continued to manifest himself to his disciples. He appeared to Peter, the two disciples on the road to Emmaus, the 11 apostles gathered in the Upper Room, Thomas, and many others. His final appearance took place in Bethany, where he ascended to heaven before their eyes. An angel reassured the disciples that Jesus would return in the same manner. They returned to Jerusalem and awaited the Holy Spirit’s arrival, as promised by Jesus.
  3. The Sending of the Spirit (Acts of Apostles 2:1-4)

    • For nine days, 120 disciples, including Mary, gathered in the Upper Room. On the tenth day, during the feast of Pentecost, a powerful wind filled the room, and tongues of fire descended upon each disciple. They were filled with the Holy Spirit and began speaking in different languages. A crowd assembled, and Peter addressed them, explaining their mistake in crucifying Jesus. He urged them to repent and be baptized, resulting in the baptism of 3,000 people. This day marked the birth of the Catholic Church.
  4. The Assumption of Mary

    • At the cross, Jesus entrusted his mother to the Beloved Disciple’s care. At the end of Mary’s life, possibly through her passing, Jesus assumed her body and soul directly into heaven. Ephesus became a place where Mary, the Beloved Disciple, and others established a Catholic community. The exact house where Mary’s assumption occurred is known and can be visited. Just as Jesus did for Mary, He will also bring you, body and soul, to heaven.
  5. Mary is Queen of Heaven and Earth

    • In Revelation 12:1, the Beloved Disciple describes Mary as the Woman Clothed with the Sun, with the moon under her feet and wearing a crown of twelve stars. As God’s greatest creation and above all angels, she was crowned queen upon entering heaven. Endowed with all-encompassing power, Mary intercedes for us. This is why we recite the Hail Mary.
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I hope you enjoyed these 20 mystery stories. Incorporate one mystery before dinner and one after dinner in your daily routine.

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