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CHAPLET OF TEARS

This Rosary was revealed to Sr. Amalia in Campina, Brazil in 1929 and 1930 by Our Lord and His most holy Mother. It was confirmed supernatural by Bishop Campos Baretto. Our Lords words to Sister Amalia on November 8, 1929 were: "My daughter, whatever I am asked through the tears of My Mother, I shall give lovingly." On March 8, 1930 the most Pure Mother stated: "Through this rosary the devil will be subdued and the power of Hell will be destroyed. Prepare yourself for this great combat." Today the devil has much power because we have forgotten sin and no longer believe that Satan exists.

It is recited on a Rosary comprised of seven decades containing seven beads in each decade.

The chaplet is started by reciting the Rosa Mystica Prayer in lieu of the Apostle's Creed. Then substituting the prayers shown below for the Our Father and the Hail Mary on each of the beads. Completion of the chaplet requires recitation of the last prayer below.

Rosa Mystica Prayer

"Crucified Jesus! Prostrate at Your feet, we offer You the tears of Her, who with intimate, sympathetic love accompanied You on Your painful Way of the Cross. Grant, O Good Master, that we take to heart the lessons which the tears of Your Most Holy Mother afford us, so that we may fulfill Your Holy will on earth that we may become worthy to praise and bless You in Heaven for all eternity. Amen."

In lieu of the Our Father

"O Jesus! Look upon the tears of Her, who loved You most while on earth. And who loves You most intimately in Heaven."

In lieu of the Hail Mary

"O Jesus! Hear our petitions. for the sake of the tears of Your Most Holy Mother.

At the end repeat (3 times)

"O Jesus! Look upon the tears of Her, who loved You most while on earth. And who loves You most intimately in Heaven."

Closing Prayer

"O Mary, Mother of Love, of Sorrows and of Mercy, join Your prayers with ours, so that Jesus, Your Divine Son, to whom we turn, will graciously hear our petitions in the name of Your motherly tears, and together with the graces we implore, grant us finally the reward of eternal life. Amen."

 

 
 

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