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Rosary Testimonials - Miracle Stories and Signal Graces

The following testimonials are real life stories from people who have decided to pray the rosary. These amazing stories illustrate the power of rosary prayers and prove that signal graces, divine interventions, and miracles do happen every day!  Submit a Rosary Story

Signal graces like the ones you read below are PROMISED to all those who pray the rosary.



Kavitha    May, 31 2015 - India
Because of Mother Mary's intercession and protection,I was saved from an accident.The car hit a rock,the tire burst and car nearly toppled.But by the grace of God,I was saved.I was also able to find help even when I thought I will not find any.
Thank You,God.

Francis Nito    May, 31 2015 - Philippines
As I was kneeling and praying the rosary in my room, I ask our Lord Jesus Christ to prove his existence to me..

Suddenly, I felt a hand touch my back pushing me towards my bed and I saw my past sins in a vision that made me felt guilty and cry.

I told to our Lord to forgive me if I challenge him that way and I will never do it again..

Our Lord Jesus Christ is real, and we should not take our life for granted. Repent and live your life as per his teachings..

God Bless all..

Kavitha    May, 30 2015 - India
I am going through the lowest point,most desperate situation of my life.If this had happened before I hardly knew Mother Mary and rosary,I would have perished.I would have found solace in watching movies,binge eating or even depression and suicidal thoughts.I would have definitely died.
But ever since I started to pray the rosary,even in such despair,I am able to find inner peace and joy.I don't feel like going to my old wrong ways.I feel someone is always there for you in such situation,loving and caring for you.While praying rosary,someone tells me not to lose hope and move forward.She gives me courage.Such a sweet person is Mother Mary and so deep is her love for all her children.
Thank You,Mother Mary.
Dear people,please keep praying the rosary, no matter what ,even if you feel spiritual dryness.There is hope.

Brigit    May, 29 2015 - Nairobi, kenya
As i was reciting my sorrowful mystery today a voice inside of me told me to also recite the glorious mystery before going home from campus, i did not feel like reciting but i just recited, on my way home i was almost involved in an accident, the truck ahead us made an abrupt stop and the car i was travelling in almost collided with the truck, i just said Jesus and our car stopped. Thank you Jesus for saving us, thank you mother mary for interceding for us, you and your son are the best!

Kavitha    May, 29 2015 - India
I had to go to my hometown a few weeks ago to give a test.After the test, I decided to drop by the church there in the evening.It was saturday.The church is dedicated to Mother Mary.When I reached there,novena to Mother Mary followed by adoration was going on.I attended that.It was a graceful experience for me.Generally saturdays are dedicated to Mother Mary.Also I got to spent some time in the church in her presence.It was definitely a signal grace.I never thought I will get such a long time to spent with her.Praying rosary really brought me close Mother Mary.
Thank You,God.
Thank You,Mother Mary.

Kavitha    May, 27 2015 - India
A terrible tragedy was averted that could have happened in our family on good friday.The first thing I did when I heard the problem was to pray the rosary.I know that this could not have happened without Mother Mary's protection and intercession.
Thank You,God.
Thank You,Mother Mary.

Anonymous M    May, 26 2015 - Anywhere, USA
there has been an ongoing problem in my marriage since 2002 that has caused a lot of friction, loss of trust, etc . . . things would get better for a while but then the issue would come up again and cause a lot of anger in me, with my husband (it seemed to me) either unwilling or unable to change. Always when this happened I would go into a depression which I think was my way of suppressing my anger. I thought of and worried about the issue every day, would it happen again? why didn't it stop? On May 15 it happened again and I got extremely upset and once again my husband seemed to not understand my anger, depression, and rigid attitude toward what to him was not that big of a deal since it only happened once in a while and he felt he was trying his best. I have prayed about this for years and my prayer was always that he would change and completely stop the behavior. Yesterday I woke in a state of deep depression, it was such a heavy weight on my soul that I took it to Mary in prayer more fervently than usual. I felt that the love and trust I had for my husband was in danger, indeed, I felt it was almost gone. I knew my trust was severely damaged, but this time I felt as if I were falling out of love with him and that frightened me more than anything, because we have always had a special bond. I am in the midst of a 54 Day Rosary novena, yesterday was day 11. After I finished my rosary prayer I decided to do research on the problem in our marriage. For the first time researched the actual definition of an alcoholic. What are the signs that a person is a true alcoholic, because that is what I believed my husband to be, and I was very unforgiving and upset by any lapse. I felt he had to totally abstain from all alcohol or he had "failed" Well, as I researched alcoholism I realized that though my husband did have a drinking problem he had never, in all the time I have known him, had the symptoms of full blown alcoholism. It was very eye opening. I read information on several reliable medical sites and all that I read led me to understand, for the first time, that though he clearly needed to watch how much he drank and cut down on his consumption for health purposes and to keep from becoming alcoholic, he was not yet alcoholic and what he needed to do was cut back his consumption, which he has done quite well for 7-8 years. This convinced me that perhaps I was the problem in our marriage, not him. He was trying, but I would not accept anything but total abstinence. I didn't want to be an enabler, though, so I needed to be sure this new information was correct and it was okay for him to drink a beer (he has never been one to drink hard liquor) once in a while and for me to allow it. I was sitting at my desk in front of my computer and asked Blessed Mary for a sign that it was okay for me to change my attitude and be less severe about this issue. I was not expecting much and even said as much to Mary, in my mind I said to her, "but, it has been so long since I heard from you . . . " Immediately after I had that thought I was moving papers around on my desk absent-mindedly, and heard a sound of something metal dropping onto the desktop. It was a Miraculous Medal rosary center that had been sitting on my desk, but I had not seen it there, it must have been caught up in some papers I was moving. At first I didn't think anything of it, but then it hit me. That was the sign I was asking for. The timing of it dropping right in front of me immediately after my thought (about not having had any signal graces lately) could not be a coincidence. So this gave me confidence to proceed and discussed my research findings with my husband last evening. He said that he knew he had a problem but had never believed that he was an alcoholic and it had hurt him when I would accuse him of that. We discussed it and he will continue to cut way back on his drinking, but will not hide it from me anymore and I will try to be less severe about it. We will work on it together. I noticed immediately a lightness in my spirit, as if a huge weight had been lifted. My husband said he felt the same way. I thank Blessed Mother for showing me a different way to understand the problem. I thank her for her motherly love and signal graces and for the healing power of the most sacred Holy Rosary.

 



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