Pope John Paul II introduced the Luminous Mysteries.
They are the Luminous mysteries.
Luminous Mysteries. Was previously Joyfull Mysteries until the New Luminous Mysteries introduced by Pope John Paul II.
The four mysteries are joyful mysteries, glorious mysteries, sorrowful mysteries and the luminous mysteries.
The four mysteries of the rosary are: - joyful - sorrowful - glorious - luminous
The Joyful mysteries are prayed on Mondays and Saturdays after the introduction of the Luminous mysteries.
The Luminous Mysteries Luminous Mysteries are:The Baptism of JesusThe Wedding at CanaThe Proclamation of the KingdomThe TransfigurationThe Institution of the EucharistMy 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)
i think it is luminous, joyful, sorrowful and glorious mysteries
Pope John Paul II died in 2005. He introduced the Luminous Mysteries in 2002.
The Luminous Mysteries
Any set of Rosary mysteries can be prayed any day of the week however many times is desired. However, the standard practice, for those who wish to pray one set of Mysteries each day, is for the Luminous Mysteries to be prayed every Thursday.