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Feast: September 15.

Please pray the Servite Rosary.

Added:  the feast of the Seven Sorrows is also observed on the Friday before Palm Sunday.

Thanks Zedta for this version of the Seven Sorrows rosary.

The Sevite Rosary can be found here:
The Rosary of the 7 Sorrows
of the Virgin Mary
as taught by the Blessed Mother in Kibeho
Introductory prayer:
My God, I offer you this Rosary for Your Glory,
so that I can honor Your Holy Mother, the
Blessed Virgin, so I can share and meditate
upon her suffering. I humbly beg You to give
true repentance for all my sins. Give me wisdom
and humility so that I may receive all the
indulgences contained in this prayer.
Act of contrition:
O my God, I am heartily sorry for having
offended You, and I detest all my sins, because I
dread the loss of heaven and the pains of hell,
but most of all because they offend You, my
God, You who are all good and deserving of all
my love. I firmly resolve, with the help of Your
grace to confess my sins, to do penance, and to
amend my life. Amen.
Three “Hail Marys” are said in honor of the
Tears of Our Sorrowful Mother.
1. The prophecy of Simeon (Lk 2:22-35)
- One Our Father
- Seven Hail Marys
- “Most merciful Mother, remind us always
about the sorrows of your Son, Jesus.”
<--[Said after each mystery}
2. The flight into Egypt (Mt 2:13-15)
3. The loss of Jesus in the Temple
(Lk 2:41-51)
4.Mary meets Jesus on the Way to Calvary
(Lk 23:27-31)
5.Mary stands at the foot of the Cross
(Jn 19:25-27)
6.Mary receives the dead body of Jesus
(Jn 19:38-40)
7. Jesus is laid in the tomb (Jn 19:41-42)
Closing prayer: Queen of Martyrs, your heart
suffered so much. I beg you by the merits of the
tears you shed in these terrible and sorrowful
times, to obtain for me and all the sinners of the
world, the grace of complete sincerity and
repentance. AMEN.
Mary, who was conceived without sin and who
suffered for us, pray for us. (3x)