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Sacred Music is a treasure of immeasurable value. The words and music together form an integral part of the solemn liturgy. Sacred Music can be the simple, methodical Gregorian chant or the magnificent works of composers with unparalleled human voices. It brings beauty to God’s Word and can stir a soul. Sacred Music is a gift of the Church and a gift to you.
Saint Josemaria Escriva said, “The Holy Rosary is a powerful weapon. Use it with confidence and you’ll be amazed at the results.” When we pray the rosary, we walk with our Blessed Mother through the mysteries of Christ’s life and ponder them in our heart. When we feel distracted or distant during prayer, the rosary can provide us with the words to say. Throughout history, Mary has urged humanity to pray the rosary more because it is a powerful weapon against evil. If you struggle to pray the rosary, I challenge you to try again today and ask God to help you see the great gift that it is. The Rosary is a gift of the Church and a gift to you.
Pope Francis celebrates Mass of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Saint Peter's Basilica, Wednesday, December 12. In his homily, the holy father reflected on how Mary continues to evangelize Latin America through her ubiquitous image.