Praying the rosary in Latin
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(02-04-2020, 10:55 AM)Paul Wrote: It's easier to memorise when you say it every day before Matins and Prime and after Compline, but the '62 Office removed that, along with the Hail Mary, which, because of that, is no longer used liturgically, at least in its entirety.

'62 made them non-obligatory. Doesn't mean you can't say them, which I do when I pray the Office.
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Yes, I pray the Rosary in Latin. I love praying it in Latin. Exorcists tell us prayers said in Latin are more powerful. We already know the devil terribly fears the Rosary. The Ave Maria, many demons have said, is like a terrible crushing blow to their head! Well, let us keep praying our Ave Marias, so Our Lady can keep crushing them! St. Padre Pio called the Rosary "The Weapon", and even amidst all his very many and great duties, found time to say 100-150 decades. Let us try to make time to say 15 decades every day. That'll be a great start. If St. Pio could manage many, we can manage a few. If we desire to become saints - and we must strive to become so - one of the Rosary Promises itself assures us we can become so by the Rosary. But for that, just like Our Lady told St. Jacinta and Sr. Lucia about St. Francisco, we have to say very many Rosaries for that first.
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(02-03-2020, 07:35 PM)Clare Brigid Wrote: Does anyone here pray the rosary in Latin?  On Wednesdays and Sundays I pray the Credo and the Pater Nosters in Latin and the Aves and Glorias in English. I'm thinking about praying the whole thing in Latin.
I pray it in Latin, including saying the mysteries sometimes, but I trade off between Latin and English because I sometimes feel like I'd like to understand what I'm saying without having to take that extra effort, if that makes any sense.
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(02-03-2020, 11:24 PM)dahveed Wrote: While I pray the Aves and Paters in Latin, I haven't memorized the Credo in Latin either. Silly question, but wasn't there some place on the web with Rosary cards, but all in Latin? I seem to have seen them somewhere.
prayinglatin.com has all the prayers and the mysteries.

Prayers of the Rosary-
https://www.prayinglatin.com/prayers-of-...-in-latin/

Meditations for the Rosary-
https://www.prayinglatin.com/mysteries-f...editation/
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Do we have a standardized Fatima Prayer in Latin? I've seen about fifteen different translations of it, wildly different.
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(02-09-2020, 04:58 PM)HeadRusch Wrote: Do we have a standardized Fatima Prayer in Latin? I've seen about fifteen different translations of it, wildly different.

Not that I know of, unfortunately. I suppose one could learn it in its original Portuguese dialect. :D
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(02-09-2020, 06:37 PM)jovan66102 Wrote:
(02-09-2020, 04:58 PM)HeadRusch Wrote: Do we have a standardized Fatima Prayer in Latin? I've seen about fifteen different translations of it, wildly different.

Not that I know of, unfortunately. I suppose one could learn it in its original Portuguese dialect. :D


I’m barely smart enough to speak English and a little Latin. I’ll just keep saying it in English.


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(02-09-2020, 06:53 PM)HeadRusch Wrote:
(02-09-2020, 06:37 PM)jovan66102 Wrote:
(02-09-2020, 04:58 PM)HeadRusch Wrote: Do we have a standardized Fatima Prayer in Latin? I've seen about fifteen different translations of it, wildly different.

Not that I know of, unfortunately. I suppose one could learn it in its original Portuguese dialect. :D


I’m barely smart enough to speak English and a little Latin. I’ll just keep saying it in English.


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Yes, I do, every day. Here's a link to the Rosary prayers in Latin: https://www.traditioninaction.org/religi...Rosary.htm

Sometimes I alternate the decades/Our Father/Gloria, one in English, one in Latin, as well.

Since I'm Cajun, I'm also looking up the rosary in French, as I used to hear my grandmother pray it when I was a kid!

Deo Gratias!
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