Just before the celebration of Pentecost, I had the grace of praying the Rosary to the Holy Spirit with both patients and staff members at the Sir Anthony Mamo Oncology Centre. The more the Lord gave me this grace of praying this powerful Rosary the more I came to realize its life-changing power.
After praying the Creed, Our Father, 3 Hail Mary and Glory be to the Father, the Rosary starts and ends with the following interesting doxology dedicated to the Holy Spirit. Here is its text: Glory, adoration, blessing and love to you, eternal divine Spirit, who brought the Saviour of our souls onto this Earth and glory and honour to his most adorable heart, which loves us infinitely.
This very profound doxology, which highly extolls the Holy Spirit’s role in the incarnation of Jesus Christ, God-made-man, into our midst, as well as affirming the Spirit’s love for each and every one of us through the most adorable heart of Jesus that loves us infinitely, we are then beautifully led to the seven mysteries of the Rosary. As the number seven biblically denotes perfection throughout these mysteries we can easily appreciate the Spirit’s perfect and complete workings in the life of Jesus, the Church and the world at large.