Le Rosaire est un ensemble de prières catholiques, consistant en la récitation méditative du chapelet et des mystères de la vie de Jésus-Christ et de Marie, sa mère. Le chapelet joint à cette oraison permet au chrétien catholique de confesser quotidiennement sa foi tout en méditant la vie de Jésus dans sa méditation. La prière du Rosaire représente la piété catholique, et il lui est associé l'objet liturgique du chapelet. L'usage du Rosaire remontrait aux Cisterciens depuis le XIIe siècle.

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  • Le Rosaire est un ensemble de prières catholiques, consistant en la récitation méditative du chapelet et des mystères de la vie de Jésus-Christ et de Marie, sa mère. Le chapelet joint à cette oraison permet au chrétien catholique de confesser quotidiennement sa foi tout en méditant la vie de Jésus dans sa méditation. La prière du Rosaire représente la piété catholique, et il lui est associé l'objet liturgique du chapelet. L'usage du Rosaire remontrait aux Cisterciens depuis le XIIe siècle. Les cisterciennes de saint Thomas sur Kyll en semblent les promotrices dès le XIIIe siècle.
  • There are differing views on the history of the Rosary. The exact origin of the Rosary as a prayer is less than clear and subject to debate among scholars.Prayer beads may have their origins in the Eastern religions in India in the 3rd century BC. The use of knotted prayer ropes in Christianity goes back to the Desert Fathers in the 3rd and early 4th centuries. These counting devices were used for prayers such as the Jesus prayer in Christian monasticism. The period after the First Council of Ephesus in 431 witnessed a gradual growth in the use of Marian prayers during the Middle Ages.According to some Catholic traditions, the Rosary was given to Saint Dominic in a vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary and it was then promoted by Alanus de Rupe. However, not all Catholics agree with that tradition. Some historians see a more gradual development for the Rosary in that the repetition of Marian prayers which form the basis of the Rosary needed counting devices which resulted in the modern form of the Rosary prayed on beads.The practice of meditation during the praying of the Hail Marys is attributed to Dominic of Prussia, a 15th Carthusian monk, who called it "Life of Jesus Rosary". The Christian victory at the Battle of Lepanto in 1571 was attributed to the praying of the Rosary by masses of Europeans based on the request of Pope Pius V and eventually resulted in the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. In 1569, the papal bull Consueverunt Romani Pontifices established the devotion to the rosary in the Catholic Church. From the 16th to the early 20th century, the structure of the rosary remained essentially unchanged.
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  • Le Rosaire est un ensemble de prières catholiques, consistant en la récitation méditative du chapelet et des mystères de la vie de Jésus-Christ et de Marie, sa mère. Le chapelet joint à cette oraison permet au chrétien catholique de confesser quotidiennement sa foi tout en méditant la vie de Jésus dans sa méditation. La prière du Rosaire représente la piété catholique, et il lui est associé l'objet liturgique du chapelet. L'usage du Rosaire remontrait aux Cisterciens depuis le XIIe siècle.
  • There are differing views on the history of the Rosary. The exact origin of the Rosary as a prayer is less than clear and subject to debate among scholars.Prayer beads may have their origins in the Eastern religions in India in the 3rd century BC. The use of knotted prayer ropes in Christianity goes back to the Desert Fathers in the 3rd and early 4th centuries. These counting devices were used for prayers such as the Jesus prayer in Christian monasticism.
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  • History of the Rosary
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