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James Albrecht wrote:

Hi, guys —

As I am getting back into praying the Rosary and I need a Rosary prayer or help card on:

  • how to pray the Rosary and
  • what to say on the different beads.

I could not find it on your site.

  • Can you help?



  { Where is a resource that shows me how to pray the Rosary and what to say on each bead? }

Paul replied:


There are many resources on the net relating to the Rosary and how to pray it. You can learn how to pray it on sites like these:

Or you could buy a Rosary card on sites like this:

You could also go to your local Catholic gift shop and pick one up there.  There are some that are probably less than a dollar.


Mike replied:

Hi, James —

Wayne Abell asked a similar question here:

I used to run a free Rosary for Protestants program that sent Rosaries to seeking Protestants and non-Christians but no longer have the financial or operational means to do this anymore. Nevertheless, if you wish get your hands on a free Rosary just Google for one.

It's a great devotion because whether you are a Catholic Christian, Protestant Christian, or non-Christian, we are meditating on the lives of both Jesus, Our Lord, and Mary, His Mother and it has many blessings attached to praying it.

Hope this helps,


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