Immaculee Ilibagiza answers a question especially appropriate today:
When I first heard about the Seven Sorrows Rosary, I remember thinking, “This is sad to meditate on sorrows.” When you get to know how to meditate on it well, it is not it is not about the sorrows, it is about knowing the measure of love that you are loved. It is about how much you matter, how worthy you are, and what price was paid so you can live. We all know that the person we believe truly loves us, is the one who suffered for us, who defended us, and stood by us even when we were wrong.
Pray the Seven Sorrows Rosary with me, to honor Our Blessed Mother’s request in Kibeho.