Jehovah’s Witnesses came to my door yesterday to invite me to a “celebration of Jesus’ death” this coming Tuesday. Apparently they don’t celebrate Easter — how can they deal with His death without the hope and promise of the Resurrection? Anyway, I’m glad to re-post about the Glorious Mysteries names today, and I hope you’ll add in any other names you can think of that can fit.
It’s Easter Tuesday!! Hallelujah and hurrah!! ❤ 😀 ❤
It’s the perfect Tuesday to continue the Mysteries of the Rosary series with a post about names for the Glorious Mysteries! If you remember, last week I posted about Sorrowful Mystery Names, and you were all so great with your comments! Lots of good ideas there!
The Resurrection of Our Lord
The Ascension into Heaven
The Descent of the Holy Spirit
The Assumption of Mary
The Coronation of Mary
Names associated with the Glorious Mysteries might include:
Assumpta, Assunta, Asunción — a traditional girl’s name referring to the Assumption
Anastasia — means “resurrection”
Corona — means “crown,” for Our Lady’s Crowning
Dominica, Dominique — from Dominic, which is from Latin for “of the Lord,” and was traditionally given to a baby born…
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