Matthew Swaim takes a unique approach to Rosary devotion in exploring the many facets of the mysteries of the Rosary found in the Mass. Follow Matthew as he discovers a new dimension to the traditional devotion of Rosary prayer. Meditations on scripture through the Joyful, Sorrowful, Luminous, and Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary become ever new and inspirational when connected directly to the celebration of the Eucharist. All twenty mysteries of the rosaries are considered and each chapter offers suggestions at the end to help you deepen your awareness of Christ’s love.
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“What a beautiful way to connect the two most popular practices of the Church! What's more Catholic, in the popular imagination, than the Mass and the Rosary? Matt Swaim shows us a way to integrate them in a life of prayer that's a continuous act of praise. This book is rich, and it's for everybody. Share the wealth.”
Mike Aquilina, Executive Vice-President, St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, EWTN host
“Matt Swaim offers insight and clarity as he explains the significance of the mysteries of the Rosary in our daily lives. As a convert to Catholicism, Matt shares his vibrant, mature faith in a wise and witty handbook to make the Rosary more accessible and meaningful as a form of prayer and meditation. An inspiring new voice in Catholic publishing.”
Marybeth Hicks, Columnist for the Washington Times
“What a glorious idea — “viewing the Mass through the lens of the Rosary, and vice versa!” This book has instilled in me new excitement and wonder for both. Complete with insights from Scripture, sayings of the saints, the author's personal anecdotes and reflections, practical questions and poignant prayers for each and every rosary mystery, this book is an invaluable guide for all who would seek to grow closer to Christ. And coming from Matt Swaim, that The Eucharist and the Rosary: Mystery, Meditation, Power, Prayer is as fun as it is profound, well, that's no mystery.”
Dr. Kevin Vost, author of Memorize the Faith and Fit for Eternal Life
Watch an interview with Matt Swaim: Journey Home — Former Methodist — Marcus Grodi with Matt Swaim — 03–14–2011