Please note: This is the original version of this novena. It does not contain the Luminous Mysteries.
First published in 1924 by Charles V. Lacey, Rosary Novenas to Our Lady has brought comfort and hope to many who have turned to Mary, the mother of Jesus, for help in troubled times. The format of this new edition follows the rigorous requirements of the original, and also includes instructions on how to pray the Rosary and words for the needed prayers.
This booklet includes fiften mysteries (Joyful, Sorrowful and Glorious), as well as instructions on how to pray the Rosary and words for the needed prayers.
Old School Child
Posted by John F Reilly on Oct 11th 2020
I have been using this booklet all of my life. I would of given a five star but I miss the yellow tan pages of the old days. Both sides of my Grand Parents (Irish immigrants), Aunts, Uncles and my own Mother and Father have used this booklet from the 1930's on unto the end of their time on earth. It has helped get everyone through WW2, Korea, Vietnam, unemployment you name it an the Blessed Mother was there.
Posted by Michael A Martin on Aug 27th 2019
I was delighted the prayers and meditations for this excellent devotion.
Posted by Unknown on Mar 25th 2019
A half hour a day spent with my Rosary and meditation is a very special part of my day. Both my husband and I find peace and hope in our petitions and thanksgivings to our Blessed Mother via this novena.
Original Rosary Novenas to our Lady Booklet
Posted by Father Mark G. Mazza on Oct 30th 2016
I am a Roman Catholic priest of 36 years. When I was a boy I remember coming into our home and seeing my dear Mother on her knees praying from Rosary Novenas to Our Lady from an earlier edition by Benziger Brothers, Inc. of this booklet by Charles Lacey. The original copyright is 1926, 1954. I thought it was long out of print until I discovered the exact same edition reprinted by Acta. My Mother counted on these prayers for her most important intentions. I am sure that I was among her prayer intentions. Just picking up this booklet again reminds me of Mother and her life, but now I see her and dad in heaven with big smiles, especially during the Glorious Mysteries. Look no further you have here the booklet used by our Mother, grandmothers, great-grandmothers from 1926. BTW it is as powerful as ever.