Rosary Books Inspired by Theology of the Body
The meditations in our books are inspired by St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body (TOB). Meditating on the 20 mysteries of the rosary through the lens of TOB helps to illuminate the meaning and purpose of the human person. St. John Paul II highlights this in his apostolic letter on the Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
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On a Mission to Love: Rosary Meditations for Children and Families
This book is designed to help people of all ages cultivate a daily habit of praying the Rosary. Its decade-a-day format demands less than five minutes, making it a practical tool for busy lifestyles and busy school days. One-line meditations before each Hail Mary employ scriptural stories of Jesus and Mary to illuminate the meaning and purpose of the human person.
Theology of the Body Rosary Meditations: Contemplating Christ’s Love for His Bride the Church
This book offers a deeper theological perspective on TOB. The theme of God’s spousal love is central, echoing the love story of the Bible: the profound truth that God wants to marry us. Like a brilliant thread woven throughout the Rosary, the nuptial love of God imbues each mystery — from the wedding proposal in The Annunciation to the consummation of the marriage in The Crucifixion.
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Rosary Meditations for Married Couples
Available spring of 2022. Just in time for Mary’s month in May and wedding season in June.