Rosary reflections - GIFT TO GOD


Luminous Mysteries



The Baptism of Jesus

Our baptism is an act of adoption by God. We are His adopted children and by this we have privileges but, as well, we are obliged to live as His true children, as His Only-begotten Son Jesus Christ did. May our living according to our baptismal promises be a gift to God.


The First Miracle at Cana

Jesus’ time had not yet come, but requested by His mother He reveals Himself to His disciples, not to the others. Great work is done, but thanks go to the others. Such it is God’s working. May our recognitions of His presence and work in our life be a gift to God.


The Proclamation of the Kingdom

Go and proclaim. Whatever we do or say, we are writing a new chapter of the most readable Gospel – ourselves. May our thoughts, words, and actions write the most understandable Gospel and be a gift to God.


The Transfiguration at Tabor

The transfiguration is a presentation of what we are going to be. But only by everyday striving for better I will reach the top of my mountain of transfiguration. May our sincerity in the work of our conversion be a gift to God.


The Institution of the Eucharist

“I am with you always… this is my Body… this is my Blood” – says the Lord. And He stays with us, and so often alone, neglected by us, because we are “too tired” to go to the church, even on Sunday. Let our presence at the Eucharist be a gift to God.


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