Praying the Rosary: With the Joyful, Luminous, Sorrowful and Glorious Mysteries

Amy Welborn and Michael Dubruiel

A small hardbound book,
published by Our Sunday Visitor in 2005.

In 2003, while working at Our Sunday Visitor, Michael Dubruiel wrote about one of his lunchtime "Rosary Walks:"

I spend my lunch time taking a walk at one of two places–one an active convent with beautiful grounds that include several nature trails and the other an abandoned Capuchin Friary where Solanus Casey once lived. Both offer me a variety of places to stop and reflect on the meaning of the mysteries of the rosary in the lived lives of both places–usually at the cemetery where I pause and reflect that surely one or two or more saints are buried who will join their prayers to mine.

Yesterday was a rather eventful day. I was at the convent and noticed police tape blocking the entrance to a path down a hill that includes a grotto of the Resurrection and a downward path of the Stations of the Cross.




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