1st Decade: The Agony in the Garden
2nd Decade: The Scourging at the Pillar
3rd Decade: The Crowning with Thorns
4th Decade: The Carrying of the Cross
5th Decade: The Crucifixion
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How to pray the Rosary
The beautiful prayer below, composed by Saint Pope John XXIII (1958-63), places all workers under the patronage of St. Joseph the Worker, and asks for his intercession so that we may regard our work as a means of growing in holiness.
Prayer to St. Joseph, as Patron of Workers.....
Blessed St. Joseph, patron of all working people, obtain for me the grace to labor in a spirit of penance for the atonement of my many sins. Help me to be conscientious in my work so that I may give as full a measure as I have received.
May I labor in a spirit of thankfulness and joy, ever mindful of all the gifts I have received from God that enable me to perform these tasks. Permit me to work in peace, patience, and moderation, keeping in mind the account I must one day give of time lost, talents unused, good omitted, and vanity of success, so fatal to the work of God. Glorious St. Joseph, may my labors be all for Jesus, all through Mary, and all after your holy example in life and in death. Amen.
St. Joseph the Worker, pray for us!
Lamont Dyck is a Permanent Deacon in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Regina.