Can you show the luminous mysteries in Albanian?
The Luminous Mysteries are The Baptism, The Wedding at Cana, The Sermon on the Mount, The Transfiguration, and The Institution of the Eucharist.
The Luminous Mysteries Luminous Mysteries are: The Baptism of Jesus The Wedding at Cana The Proclamation of the Kingdom The Transfiguration The Institution of the Eucharist My AWESOME Religion teacher taught us a sentence to help us remember on our test. Here it is: Be (Baptism) With (Wedding) People (Proclamation) That (Transfiguration) Inspire (Institution) Light (To Remember that is the Luminous Mysteries, AKA Mysteries of Light)
The Luminous Mysteries, said on Thursdays: The Baptism in the River Jordan (love of the Holy Spirit) The Wedding of Canaan (fidelity) The Sermon of the Mount (love of / obedience to God) The Transfiguration at the Mount of Tibor (spiritual courage) The Last Supper (love of our Eucharistic Lord) It now goes: Monday: Joyful Mysteries Tuesday: Sorrowful Mysteries Wednesday: Glorious Mysteries Thursday: Luminous Mysteries Friday: Sorrowful Mysteries Saturday: Joyful Mysteries Sunday: Glorious Mysteries
Life. The Mysteries of Light, also called, "the Luminous Mysteries" from the Rosary are: 1. The Baptism of Jesus 2. The Wedding at Cana 3. The Proclamation of the Kingdom of Heaven 4. The Transfiguration 5. The Institution of the Eucharist by Jesus Christ. The other mysteries of the rosary are: The Joyful Mysteries The Sorrowful Mysteries The Glorious Mysteries.
The Glorious mysteries are normally prayed on Sundays and Wednesdays. They used to be also prayed on Saturdays, but since the introduction of the Luminous Mysteries, or Mysteries of Light, on Thursdays, the Joyful mysteries are now prayed on Saturdays. During Lent the Sorrowful Mysteries are prayed on Sundays instead of the Glorious mysteries, and during Advent the Joyful Mysteries are prayed on Sundays instead of the Glorious Mysteries.
The Luminous Mysteries 1. THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD 2. THE WEDDING OF CANA 3. THE PROCLAMATION OF THE KINGDOM 4. THE TRANSFIGURATION 5. THE INSTITUTION OF THE EUCHARIST The 3rd of the Luminous Mysteries, promulaged by Pope John Paul II, is the one that focuses on Jesus peaching the Kingdom of God. The Proclamation of the Kingdom is the third luminous mystery.
The Glorious Mysteries - Said on Wednesdays, and Sundays throughout the year The Joyful Mysteries - Said on Mondays, Saturdays, Sundays of Advent, and Sundays from Epiphany until Lent The Sorrowful Mysteries - Said on Tuesdays, Fridays, and daily from Ash Wednesday until Easter SundayThe Luminous Mysteries - Said on Thursdays throughout the year
More accurately there are three cycles of Mysteries- the Sorrowful- based on the sufferings of Christ, the Joyful or Joyous, and the Glorious. These are the traditional three, however at the turn of the Millenium, the Church approved a fourth mystery cycle called the Luminous Mysteries. This mystery should be said on Thursdays.
The five Joyful mysteries are prayed on Monday and Saturday (which has traditionally been a day dedicated to the Mother of God). Traditionally, they were prayed on Monday and Thursday, but when Pope John Paul II suggested the practice of meditating on the Christ's ministry, these 'Luminous' mysteries were prayed on a Thursday. The five Joyful mysteries are also prayed on the Sundays during Advent, replacing the Glorious mysteries.
There are 'normally' five. These decades are grouped into sets known as 'mysteries' - of which there are four. The Five Joyful Mysteries The Annunciation The Visitation The Birth of Our Lord The Presentation of Our Lord The Finding of Our Lord in the Temple The Five Sorrowful Mysteries The Agony in the Garden The Scourging at the Pillar The Crowning with Thorns The Carrying of the Cross The Crucifixion and Death of Our Lord…
Perhaps you mean the "illuminative" or "Luminous" mysteries of the Rosary. These were proposed by Pope John Paul II in the document Rosarium Virginis Mariae...The mysteries 1) Baptism of the Lord 2) Wedding at Cana 3) The Proclamation of the Kingdom of God; the Transfiguarion and the Institution of the Eucharist.
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Pope John Paul II added to the rosary the Luminous mysteries. These mysteries recall the life of Jesus before the Passion. They are prayed on Thursdays and any day especially devoted to recalling one of them. They are 1. the Baptism in the Jordan 2. The wedding feast at Cana 3. The proclamation of the kingdom 4. the Transfiguration and 5. the Institution of the Eucharist.