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Anglican Rosary — Detail.

What’s the Difference between Prayer Ropes, Rosaries, and Prayer Beads?

A Rosary for Morning Prayer. A Rosary for Evening Prayer. A Rosary for Compline. A Rosary for Advent. A Rosary for Christmas. A Rosary for Epiphany. A Rosary for Lent.

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A Rosary for Good Friday. A Rosary for Easter.

A Rosary for Pentecost. A Rosary for Creation. A Rosary on the Trisagion and Jesus Prayer. A Rosary for the Invocation of the Divine Mysteries. A Rosary on the Names of Jesus.

Do Anglicans/Episcopalians pray the rosary?

A Rosary for Contemplation. A Rosary on Psalm There are four groups consisting of seven beads with additional separate and larger beads separating the groups. The number thirty-three signifies the number of years that Christ lived on the Earth, while the number seven signifies wholeness or completion in the faith, the days of creation , and the seasons of the Church year. The groupings are called "weeks", in contrast to the Dominican rosary which uses five groups of ten beads called "decades". The beads between are usually larger than the "weeks" beads and are called "cruciform" beads.

Aids to Anglican Worship: The Rosary

When the loop of beads is opened into a circular shape, these particular beads form the points of a cross within the circle of the set, hence the term "cruciform". Next after the cross on Anglican prayer bead sets is a single bead termed the "invitatory" bead, giving the total of thirty-three. The beads used are made of a variety of materials, such as precious stones, wood, coloured glass, or even dried and painted seeds.

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Anglican prayer bead sets are made with a variety of crosses or, occasionally, crucifixes. The Celtic cross and the San Damiano cross are two which are often used. Unlike the Dominican rosary used by Roman Catholics and Anglo-Catholics which focuses on the germane events in the life of Christ and asks the Virgin Mary to pray for their intentions, Anglican prayer beads are most often used as a tactile aid to prayer and as a counting device.

The standard Anglican set consists of the following pattern, starting with the cross , followed by the Invitatory Bead, and subsequently, the first Cruciform bead, moving to the right, through the first set of seven beads to the next Cruciform bead, continuing around the circle.

He or she may conclude by saying the Lord's Prayer on the invitatory bead or a final prayer on the cross as in the examples below. The entire circle may be done thrice, which signifies the Holy Trinity. The Lord's Prayer Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.

And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever. The Cross I bless the Lord.