If you can't sit down and pray all 15 at once, chunk it up and pray when you can (Ex. 5 prayers before each meal). You can take a card with you all the time, or put them in all the places you usually go (Ex. the rooms of your house, at work, in that book you're reading, etc.).
This Bilingual Pray the Rosary booklet has everything a reader will need to better understand and pray the Rosary in a bilingual format. Its compact sizing makes it easy to carry in a pocket, purse or backpack. Prayers and Mysteries of the Rosary are laid out side-by-side in both English and Spanish. This allows the reader to easily reference and compare both languages without having to flip pages. Perfectly priced for prayer groups or retreats.
"8vo (192 x 132 mm),  +  ff. Littera textualis, black ink, 21 lines per page, rubricated in red and blue. Writing area: ca. 104 x 65 mm. CONTENT: Calendar ff.1-12; Hours of the Blessed Virgin Mary ff.16-41; Hours of the Eternal Wisdom ff. 43-57; Hours of the Cross ff.60-76 ; Hours of the Holy Spirit ff.77-97; Psalms of Penitence ff.99-105; Litany and prayers ff.105-111; Office of the dead ff. 113-136. The Calendar (12 lvs.) with St. Adelbert on June 25 and Jeroen van Noordwijk on August 17 in red. Between f. 34 and 35 a leaf is missing. Illuminated with 6 LARGE and 6 SMALL MINIATURES, 36 illuminated borders. The illuminated strew borders are influenced by the typical Ghent-Bruges style, but could well be done by an illuminator from the Northern Netherlands influenced by the dominant Ghent-Bruges style. We see acanthus leaves, flowers, strawberries, birds, insects, a pelican feeding her young... The full-page miniatures in arch-topped frames represent: f. 15v: The Annunciation. Angel Gabriel and the Virgin, between them a white lily. In the red background, in a halo appears the naked Child-Savior. f. 42v: Holy Father enthroned with the suffering Jesus on his knees. On both sides kneeling angels, one holding a cross, the other attributes of the Passion. Above blue monochrome angels with golden hair. f. 59v: the Crucifixion. Finely executed miniature, Jesus in the middle, at his feet Mary, St. John, Pilates, a hangman. Landscape in the background. Two angels, a skull and a dog in the border. f. 76v: Pentecost, a white dove symbolizing the Holy Spirit, in the centre the Virgin praying with a book, surrounded by the disciples. St. John holds a green pillar. f. 98v Last Judgment. The upper part shows Jesus enthroned, his feet on a globe, flanked by Mary and St. John, the lower part showing the Resurrection of the bodies coming out of their graves, with a realistic landscape showing the mouth of a river. f. 112v Burial. At the gate of the church, a group of monks dressed in black and a priest dressed in white, cover a coffin with the first clod of earth. A boy holds the holy water. Women dressed in black in the background. In the border is a small brick building with skulls and excavated bones. The small miniatures, decorating the large initials (9-10 lines), they represent the Visitation, a couple of praying angels, a pieta, a praying prophet, David with his harp and the resurrection of the bodies"
Author Emily Shapcote lists 150 Marian poems and hymns in her book Mary the Perfect Woman. Such prayers and poems go as far back as the 3rd century, but enjoyed a rapid growth during the 11th and 12th centuries. Some of the best poetry written in honor of the Blessed virgin comes from this period of the Middle Ages.
Roman Catholic tradition includes specific prayers and devotions as Acts of Reparation to the Virgin Mary for insults that she suffers. The Raccolta Roman Catholic prayer book (approved by a Decree of 1854, and published by the Holy See in 1898) includes a number of such prayers. These prayers do not involve a petition for a living or deceased beneficiary, but aim to repair the sins of others against the Virgin Mary.
Finding these praying is signal blessing. I agree does not matter, there are people dying every minute. I offer them up to Saint Joseph Patron Saint of the dying, he knows who need them. One night while saying the prayers more as a routine then firm belief this simple prayer can save someone from hell. A 200 pound sculpher flew off my wall and landed at my feet. I should have been terrified, I wasn't I went back to my Pieta Blue book, and finished the third prayer. This prayer is true.
A close family friend an aunt taught me to say these 3 beautiful prayers for my mother who died last month. 5 minutes before her passing the Lord came to her in Holy Communion. The whole night I told her Jesus will come and only he can enter death and you both will cross and truly the Lord passed and took her and crossed death. I recited these 3 prayers and I daily try to read them when I can there is also a powerful prayer in the Pieta book is the 15prayers my mum hung on them the Lord never abandons us. I know I Have an angel in heaven thanks to those 3 prayers the Lord took her soul to perfect rest
You are RIGHT those words are missing from the 3rd prayer !!!....."Thou hast given Thy body as True Food and Thy Blood as True drink".Someone PLEASE PLEASE add the words that are missing from the 3rd prayer......it is in the Pieta book which has it correctly written !!! 2b1af7f3a8