The Rosary - Mysteries, Meditations & Music Dominican Sisters of Mary

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  • 1Opening Prayers02:06
  • 2The Joyful Mysteries16:42
  • 3The Sorrowful Mysteries16:00
  • 4The Glorious Mysteries15:43
  • 5The Luminous Mysteries15:25
  • 6Concluding Prayers01:13
  • 7Let Nothing Disturb You03:55
  • 8In Dulci Jubilo02:43
  • 9Bride of Christ05:11
  • Total Runtime01:18:58

Info for The Rosary - Mysteries, Meditations & Music

The Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist received an outpouring of affection from across the globe following the release of their 2013 Billboard chart-topping album, „Mater Eucharistiae“. The Sisters return with a new offering from their community entitled „The Rosary- Mysteries, Meditations & Music“.

The album will transport you back to the Dominican Sisters of Mary’s Ann Arbor chapel and help you experience their beautiful and pure renditions of the spoken prayer of the Rosary, as well as their own original meditations, set to their own sacred music. The recording also will feature three newly recorded tracks and some original compositions and arrangements by the Sisters themselves.

“In keeping with our deeply held desire to share the beauty of Christ through Mary, we were thrilled to join forces with the very special Dominican Sisters of Mary to release this incredible offering of the various prayers of The Rosary, including an exact ‘how to,’ as well as original meditations and music from the Sisters,” said Kevin Fitzgibbons co-founder De Montfort Music.

“The Rosary is my favorite prayer -- a marvelous prayer!” (Pope St. John Paul II)

The Dominican Sisters of Mary
Mother of the Eucharist

Recorded on September 6, 2014 at Chapel in Ann Arbor, MI
Engineered by John Newton (3x Grammy Award Winner)
Produced by Blanton Alspaugh (2013 Grammy Award Winning Classical Producer of Year)

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