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I’ve used a very simple but powerful WP plug-in WP e-Commerce to set up a basic shopping cart. It only has a few items in there are the moment, and thus far is only set up to take $AUD cheques. When I have a little more time I’ll work on getting a few more things on there and set it up to receive payments via paypal. But at least this might be of some help to folk who send emails requesting where they can buy our Rosaries from.

I also want to keep this cart simple as I don’t want it to detract from the main purpose of this site; to honour the stories and prayers of those who make and use Anglican Prayer Beads.

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The Insomnia Rosary

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I’m not sure about you, but quite often when my mind is working at 100 km/h I find it hard to put the brakes on and get to sleep. I have a very overactive mind and it is always willing to find new things to do and think about; most often from about 11pm at night onwards. I find that one thing that can often help is if I lie in bed reciting prayer on my Rosary. If I catch my mind wondering I just gently bring myself back the prayers I was saying. Read the rest of this entry »

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Latest updates

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I have recently installed a plug-in which makes it possible to now print a printer friendly version of posts and pages; click on the printer icon under the title of the post or page you want to print. You can also now email a post or page to friends by clicking on the email icon.

A prayer for forgiveness

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The following prayer is another example of how material from a prayer book, combined with the willingness to let the Holy Spirit work within us to express our needs. A prayer for forgiveness offers a connection with the traditional prayer of confession with the composer’s own sense of our need to be reminded to come to God in prayers of confession and reconciliation. Read the rest of this entry »

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A group rosary meditation

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The rythym of prayer with the Anglican Rosary is also well suited for use as a group meditation. The following is a suggested format for using the Rosary in a group meditaion. The format can be adapted to suite any group. I was impressed to learn that a few years after I conducted a workshop in one place that they still held a regular group meditation before Mass on Sundays. Read the rest of this entry »

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Usings the Anglican Rosary in a group meditation

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As stated previously the Rosary can be said either individually or in a group. The following section demonstrates a method of using the Rosary as part of a group meditation. It combines the method used for saying the Rosary individually with readings and reflection / meditation on scripture (or other sacred writings). Read the rest of this entry »

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How to write prayers for the Anglican Rosary

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Once you become familiar with using the Rosary as a tool for prayer and meditation you might like to write your own ‘prayer formula’. The following guide will assist you to personalise your Rosary. Read the rest of this entry »

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