What Are Rosary Beads Used for?


Rosary beads are a symbol of the Catholic religion. The Rosary beads are used as a way to structure and focus on prayer, a means to meditate and a way to remember the events that symbolize the catechism. The rosary beads date back to almost a millennium and are said to have originated with St Dominic.
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A rosary is a circular string of beads used by Roman Catholics for counting prayers. The term is also applied to the prayer beads used by Buddhists, Hindus, and Muslims. In simple terms rosary beads are the beads that for the rosary!
Rosary beads are used to count the series of prayers that make up the rosary. The rosary is a prayer that is part of the Catholic veneration of Mary. The term has come to be used to refer to similar beads in other religions.
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