The Joyful Mysteries
The Joyful Mysteries

The Joyful Mysteries

Illuminated by Sixty Works of Sacred Art

Daoust, Mark

Editorial:
Gracewatch Media
ISBN:
978-1-944008-00-0
The books in The Illuminated Rosary series illuminate the mysteries of the rosary in sixty works of sacred art—one for each bead—to help readers pray the rosary more me... Más información
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Editorial:
Gracewatch Media
Encuadernación:
Cartoné
Idioma de publicación :
Inglés
ISBN:
978-1-944008-00-0
EAN:
9781944008000
Dimensiones:
2160 x 2160 mm.
Peso:
544 gramos
Nº páginas:
130
Fecha publicación :
01-09-2015
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    The books in The Illuminated Rosary series illuminate the mysteries of the rosary in sixty works of sacred art—one for each bead—to help readers pray the rosary more meditatively: Each two-page spread includes a work of art on one page, and the words of the appropriate prayer on the opposite page. A string of “beads” at the bottom of the text marks progress through each decade. Each decade opens with a beautiful Scripture-based introduction to one of the mysteries as well as suggested prayer intentions. The Illuminated Rosary is perfect for children just learning to pray the rosary. Younger children can turn the page after each Our Father and Hail Mary, and older children can use the text on each page to help them lead the rosary and memorize the prayers. The pages of The Joyful Mysteries feature the work of classical artists ranging from anonymous manuscript illuminators to such greats as Rembrandt, Rafael, Jordaens, Fra Angelico, and more. Selected works by contemporary artists round out The Joyful Mysteries, inviting readers to a deeper appreciation of the mysteries of the life of Christ.

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