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Jerome wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • How do I incorporate the Rosary in my every day life?


  { How do I incorporate the Rosary in my every day life? }

Mike replied:

Hi, Jerome —

Thanks for the question.

What it comes down to is stepping back and looking and your daily routine, then finding the best time of the day where you can set aside a minimum of 15-20 minutes that day.

Mornings are usually the best time because you are less likely to have a "cop out" excuse at the end of the day, like "I'm too tried to pray the Rosary."

Take a few minutes this Sunday, after Mass, and talk about it will the Lord, ask Him to put something on your heart that will answer this question.

Unlike most questions we reply to, there is no objective answer to your question. The answer will be based more on your currently work, home, and study habits.

When I can't get to Mass, I say mine in the afternoon. When I'm having a hard time or am tried,
I just ask for the grace to finish what I've started.

The more difficult prayer is in our lives, the more meritorious it is, so when that "cop out" excuse happens at the end of the day, know that it is more beneficial for you and the Church.

Hope this helps,


Eric replied:

Hi, Jerome —

If you can do so safely, you can also do it while driving, or maybe set a fixed time such as after dinner.


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