|The Sodality of the Most Holy Rosary|
|Our relationship to Scripture, the anchor of the Anglican Catholic Church and all of its activities.|
The prayer of the rosary is in reality a variety of prayers, many totally scriptural.
It is difficult to see how some Christians can criticize the private prayer life of other Christians. One such criticism centers on the element of repetition of the prayer, "Hail Mary." Even to the casual reader of the word of God it must be apparent that the writers of the Bible and God Himself, used the repetition of words and expressions in prayer.
The Bible uses repetition to indicate emphasis and the highest degree of something.
"Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of Hosts!" they (the Seraphim) cried one to another.
The Psalms are a good example of repetition in prayer. Psalm 150 records a twelve-fold repetition in one psalm.
|Therefore, following the Celtic tradition and that of the Anglican Church, The Sodality of the Most Holy Rosary shall be formed in one small church much like the "Community of Saint Columba" and will grow only as our Heavenly Father, in His wisdom and through His Grace, finds a need for such prayer within the body of His Church.|