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Nuestra Señora del Rosario

Su fiesta fue instituida por el Papa san Pío V el 7 de Octubre, aniversario de la victoria obtenida por los cristianos en la Batalla naval de Lepanto (1571), uno de los milagros atribuidos a la intercesión de la Virgen María.

La flota Cristiana, con la participación de fuerzas navales, principalmente de España, Génova, Venecia, los Estados Pontificios, y la Orden de San Juan del Hospital de Jerusalén (Orden de Malta), comandados por Don Juan de Austria, se enfrentaron a la flota Turca, de mayor poderío militar, siendo esta la mayor flota de la época. El Papa san Pio V, convocó el rezo del Santo Rosario en toda Europa, logrando una victoria decisiva, que impidió la invasión al continente. Tras la hora de la victoria, en el Vaticano, se dice que el Papa, tras una reunión, se asomó por una ventana, y exclamo con fervor sobrenatural "¡la flota Cristiana es victoriosa!" y dio gracias a Dios.

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, participó en dicha batalla, en la cual perdió la movilidad en su mano izquierda, pasando a ser conocido como "el manco de Lepanto". Sobre tal acontecimiento del cual estuvo orgulloso de participar, el dijo:

"La más memorable y alta ocasión que vieron los pasados siglos, ni esperan ver los venideros"


En otra ocasión, el Príncipe Eugenio de Saboya derrotó en Temesvar (en la Rumania moderna) a un ejercito turco dos veces más grande que el suyo, el 5 de agosto de 1716, que en aquel entonces era la fiesta de Nuestra Señora de las Nieves. El Papa Clemente XI atribuyó esta victoria a la devoción manifestada a Nuestra Señora del Rosario. En acción de gracias, mandó que la fiesta del Santo Rosario fuera celebrada por la Iglesia universal.



Historia del Santo Rosario:

Desde el principio de la Iglesia, se han rezado los 150 Salmos. Posteriormente, cada día se rezaron en los monasterios. Los laicos, deseosos de rezar como los monjes, pero no pudiendo rezar tanto, empezaron a contar Aves Marias, en ves de Salmos, sumando esto, a la costumbre de hacer nudos en un cordel, para llevar la cuenta.

Más adelante, en el año 1208, se aparece la Virgen a Santo Domingo de Guzmán, fundador de la Orden de Predicadores (Dominicos), enseñándole a rezar el Rosario, y le dijo que propagara esta devoción, y que sería arma poderosa contra los enemigos de la Fe. En ese entonces, Santo Domingo predicaba contra la herejía albigense, logrando convertir a varias personas con la ayuda del Santo Rosario.

Desde entonces, la Orden de Predicadores, ha propagado la devoción del Santo Rosario.



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Vivat Hispania!
Domino Gloria!
¡Don Juan de Austria
ha liberado a su pueblo!

Cervantes en su galera, envaina su espada
(Don Juan de Austria, regresa con una Guirnalda)

Del poema Lepanto de G.K. Chesterton.


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Más información:

www.corazones.org/diccionario/…
www.corazones.org/maria/rosari…


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Our Lady of the Rosary also known as Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary is a title of the Blessed Virgin Mary in relation to the Rosary.

Her feast was instituted by Pope St. Pius V on October 7th, the anniversary of the victory of the Christians in the naval Battle of Lepanto (1571), one of the miracles attributed to the intercession of the Virgin Mary.

The Christian fleet, with the participation of naval forces, mainly from Spain, Genoa, Venice, the Papal States, and the Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem (Order of Malta), commanded by Don John of Austria, confronted the Turkish fleet, of greater military power, being the largest fleet of the time. Pope St. Pius V, called for the praying of the Holy Rosary in Europe, achieving a decisive victory, which prevented the invasion of the continent. After the hour of victory, at the Vatican, is said that the Pope, after a meeting, looked out a window, and exclaimed with supernatural fervor "the Christian fleet is victorious!" and thanked God.

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, participated in this battle too, in which he lost mobility in his left hand, becoming known as "El Manco de Lepanto". About this event -which he was proud to participate-, he wrote:

"The most memorable and greatest of occasions, the like of which was never seen in past centuries, nor can be hoped to be seen in those to come."


On another occasion, Prince Eugene of Savoy defeated a Turkish army twice as big as his, in Temesvar (in modern Romania) on August 5, 1716, which was then the feast of Our Lady of the Snows. Pope Clement XI attributed this victory to the devotion expressed to Our Lady of the Rosary. In thanksgiving, he extended the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary to a celebration for the universal Church.


Pope Leo XIII was particularly devoted to Our Lady of the Rosary, producing 11 encyclicals on the subject of this feast and its importance in the course of his long pontificate.

In the first of them, 1883's "Supremi Apostolatus Officio," he echoed the words of the oldest known Marian prayer (known in the Latin tradition as the "Sub Tuum Praesidium"), when he wrote, "It has always been the habit of Catholics in danger and in troublous times to fly for refuge to Mary."

"This devotion, so great and so confident, to the august Queen of Heaven," Pope Leo continued, "has never shone forth with such brilliancy as when the militant Church of God has seemed to be endangered by the violence of heresy … or by an intolerable moral corruption, or by the attacks of powerful enemies." Foremost among such "attacks" was the battle of Lepanto, a perilous and decisive moment in European and world history.



History of the Holy Rosary:

From the beginning of the Church, Christians have prayed the 150 Psalms. And later,  prayed every day in monasteries. The laity, desiring to pray like the Monks, but failing to pray at the same quantity, started counting Hail Marys, instead of Psalms, adding  the custom of tying knots on a string, to keep track of the prayers.

Later, in 1208, the Virgin appeared to Saint Dominic of Guzmán, founder of the Order of Preachers (Dominicans), teaching him to pray the rosary. Also, She told him to spread this devotion, and that would be a powerful weapon against the enemies of Faith then, Saint Dominic  preached against albigensian heresy, managing to convert a number of people with the help of the Holy Rosary.

Since then, the Order of Preachers, has spread the devotion of the Rosary.



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Vivat Hispania!
Domino Gloria!
Don John of Austria
Has set his people free!

Cervantes on his galley sets the sword back in the sheath
(Don John of Austria rides homeward with a wreath.)


From G.K. Chesterton Poem, Lepanto.

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Read more:

www.ewtn.com/saintsholy/saints…


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Algunos sitios consultados:

Corazones.org
EWTN
Catholic Encyclopedia


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The Holy Rosary in Latin:


Litaniae Sanctorum:

  • Listening to: Litaniae Sanctorum
  • Reading: About the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary
  • Watching: Videos de cantos
Nuestra Señora del Rosario

Su fiesta fue instituida por el Papa san Pío V el 7 de Octubre, aniversario de la victoria obtenida por los cristianos en la Batalla naval de Lepanto (1571), uno de los milagros atribuidos a la intercesión de la Virgen María.

La flota Cristiana, con la participación de fuerzas navales, principalmente de España, Génova, Venecia, los Estados Pontificios, y la Orden de San Juan del Hospital de Jerusalén (Orden de Malta), comandados por Don Juan de Austria, se enfrentaron a la flota Turca, de mayor poderío militar, siendo esta la mayor flota de la época. El Papa san Pio V, convocó el rezo del Santo Rosario en toda Europa, logrando una victoria decisiva, que impidió la invasión al continente. Tras la hora de la victoria, en el Vaticano, se dice que el Papa, tras una reunión, se asomó por una ventana, y exclamo con fervor sobrenatural "¡la flota Cristiana es victoriosa!" y dio gracias a Dios.

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, participó en dicha batalla, en la cual perdió la movilidad en su mano izquierda, pasando a ser conocido como "el manco de Lepanto". Sobre tal acontecimiento del cual estuvo orgulloso de participar, el dijo:

"La más memorable y alta ocasión que vieron los pasados siglos, ni esperan ver los venideros"


En otra ocasión, el Príncipe Eugenio de Saboya derrotó en Temesvar (en la Rumania moderna) a un ejercito turco dos veces más grande que el suyo, el 5 de agosto de 1716, que en aquel entonces era la fiesta de Nuestra Señora de las Nieves. El Papa Clemente XI atribuyó esta victoria a la devoción manifestada a Nuestra Señora del Rosario. En acción de gracias, mandó que la fiesta del Santo Rosario fuera celebrada por la Iglesia universal.



Historia del Santo Rosario:

Desde el principio de la Iglesia, se han rezado los 150 Salmos. Posteriormente, cada día se rezaron en los monasterios. Los laicos, deseosos de rezar como los monjes, pero no pudiendo rezar tanto, empezaron a contar Aves Marias, en ves de Salmos, sumando esto, a la costumbre de hacer nudos en un cordel, para llevar la cuenta.

Más adelante, en el año 1208, se aparece la Virgen a Santo Domingo de Guzmán, fundador de la Orden de Predicadores (Dominicos), enseñándole a rezar el Rosario, y le dijo que propagara esta devoción, y que sería arma poderosa contra los enemigos de la Fe. En ese entonces, Santo Domingo predicaba contra la herejía albigense, logrando convertir a varias personas con la ayuda del Santo Rosario.

Desde entonces, la Orden de Predicadores, ha propagado la devoción del Santo Rosario.



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Vivat Hispania!
Domino Gloria!
¡Don Juan de Austria
ha liberado a su pueblo!

Cervantes en su galera, envaina su espada
(Don Juan de Austria, regresa con una Guirnalda)

Del poema Lepanto de G.K. Chesterton.


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Más información:

www.corazones.org/diccionario/…
www.corazones.org/maria/rosari…


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Our Lady of the Rosary also known as Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary is a title of the Blessed Virgin Mary in relation to the Rosary.

Her feast was instituted by Pope St. Pius V on October 7th, the anniversary of the victory of the Christians in the naval Battle of Lepanto (1571), one of the miracles attributed to the intercession of the Virgin Mary.

The Christian fleet, with the participation of naval forces, mainly from Spain, Genoa, Venice, the Papal States, and the Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem (Order of Malta), commanded by Don John of Austria, confronted the Turkish fleet, of greater military power, being the largest fleet of the time. Pope St. Pius V, called for the praying of the Holy Rosary in Europe, achieving a decisive victory, which prevented the invasion of the continent. After the hour of victory, at the Vatican, is said that the Pope, after a meeting, looked out a window, and exclaimed with supernatural fervor "the Christian fleet is victorious!" and thanked God.

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, participated in this battle too, in which he lost mobility in his left hand, becoming known as "El Manco de Lepanto". About this event -which he was proud to participate-, he wrote:

"The most memorable and greatest of occasions, the like of which was never seen in past centuries, nor can be hoped to be seen in those to come."


On another occasion, Prince Eugene of Savoy defeated a Turkish army twice as big as his, in Temesvar (in modern Romania) on August 5, 1716, which was then the feast of Our Lady of the Snows. Pope Clement XI attributed this victory to the devotion expressed to Our Lady of the Rosary. In thanksgiving, he extended the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary to a celebration for the universal Church.


Pope Leo XIII was particularly devoted to Our Lady of the Rosary, producing 11 encyclicals on the subject of this feast and its importance in the course of his long pontificate.

In the first of them, 1883's "Supremi Apostolatus Officio," he echoed the words of the oldest known Marian prayer (known in the Latin tradition as the "Sub Tuum Praesidium"), when he wrote, "It has always been the habit of Catholics in danger and in troublous times to fly for refuge to Mary."

"This devotion, so great and so confident, to the august Queen of Heaven," Pope Leo continued, "has never shone forth with such brilliancy as when the militant Church of God has seemed to be endangered by the violence of heresy … or by an intolerable moral corruption, or by the attacks of powerful enemies." Foremost among such "attacks" was the battle of Lepanto, a perilous and decisive moment in European and world history.



History of the Holy Rosary:

From the beginning of the Church, Christians have prayed the 150 Psalms. And later,  prayed every day in monasteries. The laity, desiring to pray like the Monks, but failing to pray at the same quantity, started counting Hail Marys, instead of Psalms, adding  the custom of tying knots on a string, to keep track of the prayers.

Later, in 1208, the Virgin appeared to Saint Dominic of Guzmán, founder of the Order of Preachers (Dominicans), teaching him to pray the rosary. Also, She told him to spread this devotion, and that would be a powerful weapon against the enemies of Faith then, Saint Dominic  preached against albigensian heresy, managing to convert a number of people with the help of the Holy Rosary.

Since then, the Order of Preachers, has spread the devotion of the Rosary.



------


Vivat Hispania!
Domino Gloria!
Don John of Austria
Has set his people free!

Cervantes on his galley sets the sword back in the sheath
(Don John of Austria rides homeward with a wreath.)


From G.K. Chesterton Poem, Lepanto.

-------


Read more:

www.ewtn.com/saintsholy/saints…


-------


Algunos sitios consultados:

Corazones.org
EWTN
Catholic Encyclopedia


-------


The Holy Rosary in Latin:


Litaniae Sanctorum:

  • Listening to: Litaniae Sanctorum
  • Reading: About the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary
  • Watching: Videos de cantos

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