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Making the rosary available to everyone through music

Following the success of their 2013 album "Mater Eucharistiae,� the Dominican Sisters of Mary have released a new edition titled "The Rosary: Mysteries, Meditations and Music�. MOTHER ASSUMPTA LONG Co-foundress, Dominican Sisters of Mary "It is an honor for me to speak about the rosary because, being a Dominican, it has always been an integral part of the Dominican order for almost 800 years, and also an integral part of the universal Church.� Listeners can follow along with the different mysteries of the rosary, which are recited and sung by the sisters themselves. Their goal is to make the rosary accessible to everyone. MOTHER ASSUMPTA LONG Co-foundress, Dominican Sisters of Mary "I would encourage everyone to recite the rosary. It works. Saint John Paul II said it would give you peace, it will give you contemplation. FLASH You can always pray the rosary, whether you are driving a car, whether you are on a bus or a plane. If you wake up at night just to contemplate the mysteries of our Lord.� The Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist are a community of consecrated women which started off back in 1997, with only four nuns. Now they have more than 110 sisters in the U.S. CA De Montfort Music -VM -PR -Up: GRT