You’re not the only person who wonders what mystery of the Rosary do I pray today?
I’ve done my best to memorize the mysteries of the Rosary but sometimes my mind simply goes blank! I often find myself waking up in the morning wondering what mystery of the Rosary do I pray today? On this page I will tell you which mysteries you should pray and meditate on every day. Bookmark this page and come back whenever your forget!
Monday & Saturday – The Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary
- The Annunciation – The Angel appears to the Blessed Virgin.
- The Visitation – Mary visits Elizabeth and the baby John jumps for joy!
- The Nativity – Christ is born in a manger.
- The Presentation – Joseph and Mary present the Christ child in the temple.
- The Finding in the Temple – Jesus’ parents find Him talking with religious leaders in the temple.
Tuesday & Friday – The Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary
- The Agony in the Garden – Jesus prays in the garden before he is betrayed.
- The Scourging at the Pillar – Jesus is scourged before his crucifixion.
- The Crown of Thorns – The Romans mock Christ by placing a crown of thorns on his head.
- The Carrying of the Cross – Christ carrying His cross to Golgotha.
- The Crucifixion – Jesus is crucified and dies for the salvation of mankind.
Wednesday & Sunday – The Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary
- The Resurrection – Jesus rises from the dead and leaves the tomb.
- The Ascension – Jesus ascends into heaven.
- The Descent of the Holy Ghost – The Church is born on the Day of Pentecost.
- The Assumption – The Blessed Virgin Mary is assumed into heaven.
- Mary is crowned – Upon her entrance into heaven, Mary is crowned as queen of heaven and earth.
Thursday – The Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary
- The Baptism in the Jordan River – Jesus is baptized by John in the Jordan.
- The Wedding at Cana – Jesus performs his first miracle.
- The Proclamation of the King of Heaven – We are called to usher in the Kingdom.
- The Transfiguration – Jesus is transfigured and converses with Moses and Elijah.
- The Institution of the Most Holy Eucharist – Christ institutes Holy Communion at the Last Supper.