Devotions with Bishop Dolan, Episode 6: The Holy Rosary

rosary-07On this episode of Devotions with Bishop Dolan, we will discuss probably the most popular devotion practiced amongst Catholics today: The Holy Rosary.

Without a doubt the most well-known devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, it is yet impossible to have enough love for and to focus enough attention on this most powerful weapon given to the faithful from on High to grow in love of God, fight off the temptations of the devil, conquer personal sin and perservere in the Catholic faith than the Holy Rosary.

The Rosary and it's beads can be seen as a chain which links the faithful on earth both physically and spiritually to Heaven. Saints have said it that the faithful recitation of the rosary is a great sign of predestination, and sinners have used it for centuries to overcome the evil of habitual sin in their lives. The history of the Catholic Church is full of miraculous events surrounding the Holy Rosary, and many plentiful conversions of souls to the Church.

We could spend two lifetimes talking about this divine sacramental and never sufficiently explain it. But alas, for this month of the Holy Rosary, October, we will place it front and center on our program.

Join us as His Excellency, Bishop Daniel Dolan, pastor of St. Gertude the Great Catholic Church in West Chester, Ohio and host Justin Soeder spend some time discussing this most important and crucial sacramental, and why it is essential that all of us, without exception, are praying it with love and fervor every day of our lives.

Original Air Date: October 19, 2013
Show Run Time: 1 hour 24 minutes
Show Guest(s): Bishop Daniel Dolan
Show Host(s): Justin Soeder
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