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New mysteries of the rosary to refresh and renew your prayer Nov 10, 1998
Is your prayer life getting boring? Did you once love the rosary, but have you stopped praying because you've said the rosary so often that you are no longer praying, just reciting, and no longer meditating on the mysteries at all? If you have found boredom drying up your prayer life, you might want to consider this little book. Bishop Edward J. O'Rourke, retired bishop of Peoria, Ill., suggests meditating on five different mysteries of the rosary which he calls the mysteries of Jesus the Divine Teacher: the baptism of Jesus in the Jordan, the wedding at Cana, the Sermon on the Mount, the parable of the prodigal son, and the Transfiguration. If, like me, your "first love" of the rosary has faded over time, you may find that meditating on these mysteries will break through the tedium and reawaken your love for devotional prayer.