What is an anglican rosary?

Answer According to the Episcopal-Anglican Campus Ministry the Anglican Rosary is a combination of traditional Christian symbols. The Anglican Rosary combines the Roman Catholic Rosary and traditional Jes... Read More »

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How to Become an Anglican?

The Anglican Church closely resembles the Catholic Church in many of its beliefs and traditions, and some Protestant denominations in others. Since the 16th century, when the Anglican church was fo... Read More »

What is a rosary used for?

A rosary is a string of sets of 10 beads with one additional large bead separating each set. The beads are used to keep track of prayers said during a devotion that is also called a rosary.Source:C... Read More »

What is the Roman Catholic Rosary?

The Roman Catholic Rosary is an organized form of meditative-prayer based on events from the Bible and Catholic tradition. For almost eight centuries the Rosary has been one of the most popular dev... Read More »

What do rosary beads represent?

Primarily associated with Catholicism, but utilized in many religions, "The beads of a rosary count the prayers as they are recited out loud or in the mind," writes Jessica Ciosek in an article for... Read More »