Thursday, September 13, 2007
Virtual Rosary  

I just recently discovered the Virtual Rosary. It is a small desktop application which guides you through praying the Rosary. There are attractive images, simple music, and meditations for each bead in the five decades. It comes in various languages, and it is up-to-date as it includes the Luminous Mysteries inaugurated by John Paul the Great. The Web site also offers additional modules with different meditations including ones based on St. Louis de Monfort. And for those who need it, there is a reminder feature.

The Web site states the goals.
Virtual Rosary is a free program with three goals in mind:
  1. To teach the rosary and make it simple with the program's super-easy operation.

  2. To help keep the rosary refreshing and deep for anyone with the aid of scripture, illustrations, and music.

  3. To build a worldwide community of people to pray for each other through the PrayerCast network.
I think it is a terrific idea for encouraging praying the Rosary. I, myself, would rather not look at a computer monitor while praying the Rosary, but I am sure many people find this very useful as an aid in their prayer life. I added a link to the site on the right pane under Web sites of Interest.

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