prayer for the Synod on Synodality

The Step-by-Step Commander Cross Rosary decided to offer a "Straight-to-the-Point-Rosary".

It in english only.

It was a wonderful decision as we could offer our users several options to pray the Rosary. The Step-by-Step Rosary is a wonderful "beginners Rosary" even though it is quite advanced, as it has been prayed and developed since January 2016. The structure is set as it follows Cardinal Leo Burke and Bishop Athanasius Schneider and how they pray the Rosary in Latin.

More than 390 consecutive Saturday Rosary prayers are the backbone of our work and structure and this has given us a high level of understanding but also how it "flows" through your prayer session. 

The Straight-to-the-point-Rosary version is the core structure since our start in 2015 with a few add-ons. The first time the Step-by-Step Rosary ever was produced, was in 2011. It was a reply to discovering that people, who said they know how to pray the Rosary, never really proofed that they did. No one, could lead a Rosary prayer in our community. 

Today, a ten-year old family member knows how to just follow the steps, and lead a Rosary prayer.

We had no intention of inventing the wheel, again ... and we try to piggy-back on Cardinal Burke and Bishop Athanasius Schneider, two great spiritual leaders. We wish souls to come to Heaven, instead of Hell. This is our only weapon.

Straight to the Point Step-by-Step Rosary.

No fuzz - straight to the point!

Pray the Rosary!

We decided to split our Rosaries in three formats.

  1. This one, the first one, is called Straight-to-the-Point-Rosary, which is in English only.

  2. The second one is called Knights in Obedience Rosary, and it is constructed for the ones who enjoy to pray in English and/or Latin and English.

  3. The third one, is called Traditional Latin Rosary, and it is focusing on prayers in Latin, even though English texts, like the mysteries, are included.