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The Rosary

Kevin Mayhew

Product Code: 1500991

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Beautifully illustrated, welcome to this ancient
form of prayer which is still very much alive today!
The Rosary is an ancient prayer which people have found over the centuries an enormous help in their journey towards God. This beautifully illustrated gift book, enriched by the author’s own acclaimed translation of the New Testament, is a wonderful accompaniment for a personal journey of faith.
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Product Code1500991
NameThe Rosary
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorNicholas King
ISBN9781844177424
Short DescriptionBeautifully illustrated, welcome to this ancient form of prayer which is still very much alive today!
Pack Size1
Size297 X 210mm
Count48pages
CoverHardback
Date Published22 Mar 2007
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Another Rosary manual? Yes, but one with two major differences... Review by Ian Gibbs (thegoodbookstall.org.uk)
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.... the author’s own translations of the Bible passages placed at each mystery of the Rosary, and the inclusion of the recently established ‘Mysteries of Light’. The pattern of the book is thus: the title of the mystery (now 20, previously 15), Bible passage, short comment on the theme of the mystery using the Bible, and final terse comment, sometimes question, which it is hoped will stimulate prayer. The novelty of the new mysteries gives the opportunity to open up fresh avenues for meditation - and great things will follow, one hopes. (Posted on 17/01/2013)

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Nicholas King

Nicholas King SJ is a Jesuit Priest who taught for many years in South Africa, and then at Oxford University. After a sabbatical year as a Visiting Professor at the School of Theology and Ministry at Boston College, and another year as Academic Director of Theology at St Mary’s University, Twickenham, he is now Lecturer in Biblical Studies at Heythrop College, University of London, and Provincial's Delegate for Formation for the British Jesuit Province.


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