Pray the Rosary with us!

Please join the Central Service Team as we pray the Rosary with meditations.We are delighted that you have chosen to join us today! This podcast is provided for you by Magnificat®, A Ministry to Catholic Women.  We pray that today may be a special day in your life as you experience the presence of Jesus Christ among us through this podcast.

Please join the Central Service Team as we pray the Rosary with meditations based on Magnificat’s five objectives: 1) live out the mystery of Mary’s visit to Elizabeth, 2) help Catholic women to open more and more to the Holy Spirit through a deeper commitment of their lives to Jesus as Lord and to impart the Holy Spirit to one another by their love, service, and sharing the good news of salvation, 3) provide opportunities which foster growth in holiness, 4) sponsor the Magnificat Meal, the essential function of Magnificat, and 5) imitate Mary through spiritual adoption of priests and seminarians.

Taken from Luke: 1, the Magnificat is the great hymn of praise that Mary prayed while visiting her cousin, Elizabeth. Through the Magnificat Podcast, we can come together in God’s presence and proclaim that the Almighty has done great things for you and me and holy is His Name! Magnificat exists to evangelize and to encourage Catholic women to grow in holiness through opening more fully to the power and the gifts of the Holy Spirit and is dedicated to Mary, the Mother of God, an image of the Church, and model for all Christians, especially women.

 

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Pray the Holy Spirit Litany with us

Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful. And kindle in them the fire of your love.Hold Spirit Litany:

Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful.
And kindle in them the fire of your love.
Send forth your Spirit and they shall be created.
And you will renew the face of the earth.

Lord,
by the light of the Holy Spirit
you have taught the hearts of your faithful.
In the same Spirit
help us to relish what is right
and always rejoice in your consolation.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.
Amen

As we pray this litany to You, Holy Spirit, come and fill us with Your graces and gifts.

We are delighted that you have chosen to join us today! This podcast is provided for you by Magnificat, A Ministry to Catholic Women.  We pray that today may be a special day in your life as you experience the presence of Jesus Christ among us through this podcast.

Magnificat, taken from Luke: 1, is the great hymn of praise that Mary prayed while visiting her cousin, Elizabeth. We trust that this sharing will help us better understand that we are truly children of God, made in His image and likeness. Join with us as we come together in God’s presence and proclaim that the Almighty has done great things for you and me. Holy is His Name!

Luminious Mysteries – Praying for our Priests

We invite you to join us as we pray the Luminous Mysteries with Magnificat, as we remember especially our beloved priests. We invite you to join us as we pray the Luminous Mysteries with Magnificat, as we remember especially our beloved priests. Magnificat, A Ministry to Catholic Women’s Fifth Objective is to “imitate Mary through spiritual adoption of priests and seminarians.” We lift them up to today and always – our spiritual advisors, our priests and bishops, seminarians, and those who are discerning a call to the priesthood.

Join us as we offer special prayers before, during, and after the rosary for our priests. Please consider using this podcast as part of your personal prayer time, lifting up those priests who are near and dear to your heart as well as the entire priesthood. We pray also for an increase in vocations. As the saying goes – “no priest, no Jesus”. We pray that as you pray with us today you experience the presence of Jesus Christ in a deeper way. Come, Holy Spirit, fill those who have consecrated themselves to You and to the service of Your people.

Magnificat, taken from Luke: 1, is the great hymn of praise that Mary prayed while visiting her cousin, Elizabeth. Through the Magnificat Podcast, we can come together in God’s presence and proclaim that the Almighty has done great things for you and me and holy is His Name!

We encourage you to join us as we pray, learn, and experience what God can do in our lives if we let Him!

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Pray the Glorious Mysteries with us!

Please join us in praying the Glorious Mysteries. Please use this podcast as part of your personal prayer time. We invite you to pray the Glorious Mysteries with Magnificat. We echo Our Lady’s surrender to God’s perfect will to be the Mother of the Redeemer and we travel through the life of Jesus. Please join us in praying the Glorious Mysteries. Please use this podcast as part of your personal prayer time. We pray that today as you experience the presence of Jesus Christ in a deeper way.

Magnificat, taken from Luke: 1, is the great hymn of praise that Mary prayed while visiting her cousin, Elizabeth. Through the Magnificat Podcast, we can come together in God’s presence and proclaim that the Almighty has done great things for you and me and holy is His Name!

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Pray the Angelus with the Magnificat Central Service Team

Pray the Angelus with the Magnificat Central Service TeamWe invite you to pray the Angelus with the Central Service Team of Magnificat. We echo Our Lady’s surrender to God’s perfect will to be the Mother of the Redeemer. Please join us daily, using this podcast as part of your prayer time.

Traditionally, the Angelus is prayed three times daily: at 6 am, noon and 6 pm although you can pray it at any time! It is sometimes accompanied by the ringing of the “Angelus bell” in places such as Vatican City and parts of Germany and Ireland. The Regina Coeli prayer replaces the Angelus during the Easter season.

The Angelus reminds us of the Annunciation when the angel Gabriel appeared to Mary with great news! As we read in Luke 1: 26-38, God wished Mary to be the mother of His Son, our Lord Jesus Christ!

The Angelus pays tribute to a crucial aspect of Mary’s role in the Incarnation as it quotes Luke 1: 38 “be it done to me according to thy word”. This wonderful event could not have happened without her consent. Her “fiat” shows the ultimate example of trust in our Creator!

The Angelus completes its short summary of the Incarnation with the moving reference to our Lord from John’s Gospel: “And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us” (John 1:14).

When we pray the Angelus with humility and love, we are emulating Mary’s faith in God’s goodness and mercy. We are blessed in that we can ask both God and His Blessed Mother for their assistance on our journey towards Eternal Life!