Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Chaplet Of The Immaculate Conception




The Chaplet of The Immaculate Conception


This chaplet consists of three groups of four beads each. A large bead separates each group, and a medal of the Immaculate Conception is attached to the end. It was composed by St. John Berchmanns, S. J. and recited by him daily to obtain, through the intercession of Mary, the grace never to commit any sin against the virtue of purity.


This chaplet consists of three groups of four beads each. A large bead separates each group, and a medal of the Immaculate Conception is attached to the end. It was composed by St. John Berchmanns, S. J. and recited by him daily to obtain, through the intercession of Mary, the grace never to commit any sin against the virtue of purity.

How to say this chaplet:
Make the sign of the Cross:
In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

On the first beads:
Blessed by the Holy and Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Then say an;
Our Father....
On the next four beads say;
a Hail Mary for each bead
after the last Hail Mary say one Glory be to the father...

On the next single bead of group 2:
Blessed by the Holy and Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Then say an;
Our Father....
On the next four beads say;
a Hail Mary for each bead
after the last Hail Mary say one Glory be to the father...

On the next single bead of group 3:
Blessed by the Holy and Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Then say an;
Our Father....
On the next four beads say;
a Hail Mary for each bead
after the last Hail Mary say one Glory be to the father...








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