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PostPosted: Wed, 29-09-2004 8:47 am    Post subject: Sejarah Doa Rosario Reply with quote

Ini satu bacaan singkat tentang Bunda Maria, asal mula dan makna doa Rosario. I was very moved when I translated this reading.
I hope you all could enjoy this, thks to Mr. Santa who has show me the link.


Oleh St. Louis Marie Grignion De Montfort (http://www.theholyrosary.org/rosaryhistory)

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Sejarah Doa Rosario

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Sejak Doa Rosario ditata, secara prinsip dan substansial, sebagai doa kepada Kristus dan Penghormatan Surgawi, yaitu, Bapa Kita dan Bunda Maria, doa rosario adalah doa pertama dan menjadi devosi prinsip dari orang2 yang percaya dan telah dilakukan selama berabad-abad, dari jaman para rasul dan para murid sampai sekarang. Namun baru pada tahun 1214 lah, Gereja menerima Doa Rosario dalam bentuknya yang seperti sekarang dan menggunakan metode seperti yang kita pakai sekarang. Doa ini diberikan kepaa Gereja oleh St. Dominic, yang telah menerimanya dari Perawan yang Terberkati sebagai hadiah pertobatan orang Albigensian dan para pendosa lainnya.

Saya akan menceritakan pada anda cerita tentang bagaimana kita menerima Doa Rosario, yang ada di dalam buku yang sangat terkenal: De Dignitate Psalterii, yang ditulis oleh Alan de la Roche yang diberkati. St. Dominic, melihat bahwa dosa orang2 Albigensian sudah sangat berat, pergi menyepi ke hutan di dekat Toulouse, dimana ia berdoa tanpa henti selama tiga hari tiga malam. Selama berdoa ia tidak melakukan apapun kecuali meratap dan melakukan pertobatan yang keras untuk meredakan amarah Tuhan. Ia memohon dengan sangat disiplin dan bersungguh-sungguh, dan akhirnya ia jatuh kedalam kondisi koma. Pada saat inilah Bunda kita menampakkan diri padanya, ditemani oleh tiga malaikat, ia berkata, "Wahai Dominic, apakah engkau tahu senjata apakah yang diinginkan oleh Trinitas yang Kudus untuk dipakai untuk memperbaharui dunia?" "Oh, Ratuku," jawab St. Dominic, "engkau mengetahui jauh lebih banyak daripada aku, karena engkau selalu berada di dekat Putramu Yesus Kristus untuk menjadi kepala keselamatan bagi kami." Kemudian Bunda kita menjawab, "Aku ingin kamu tahu bahwa, dalam situasi perang seperti sekarang ini, senjata yang paling utama selalu adalah Doa Surgawi, yang adalah batu fondasi dari Perjanjian Baru. Karenanya, jika engkau ingin menyentuh jiwa-jiwa yang telah mengeras ini dan menyerahkannya kepada Tuhan, ajarkanlah Doa ku." Kemudian St. Dominic bangun, merasa sangat terhibur, dan terbakar oleh semangatnya untuk mentobatkan orang-orang di wilayah tersebut, ia langsung pergi ke katedral. Ketika itu malaikat-malaikay yang tidak kelihatan membunyikan lonceng untuk mengumpulkan orang-orang, dan kemudian St. Dominic mulai mengajar.

Pada awal khotbahnya, datang badai yang hebat, bumi serasa bergetar, matahari meredup, dan terjadi begitu banyak kilat dan cahaya sehingga semua orang merasa begitu tercekam dan takut. Perasaan takut mereka semakin menjadi-jadi ketika mereka melihat pada gambar Bunda kita yang dipasang di suatu tempat yang tinggi, mereka melihat ia menaikkan tangannya ke surga tiga kali untuk memanggil penghakiman Tuhan ke atas mereka kalau mereka tidak mau bertobat, mengubah cara hidup mereka dan mencari perlindungan pada Bunda Suci Tuhan. Melalui fenomena supernatural ini, Tuhan ingin menyampaikan devosi baru kepada Rosario Kudus dan memperkenalkannya kepada semua orang. Paling tidak, ketika St. Dominic berdoa, badai mulai mereda, dan kemudian ia mulai berkhotbah. Begitu gamblang dan kuatnya ia menjelaskan doa Rosario sehingga hampir semua orang Toulouse mempercayainya dan meninggalkan kepercayaan lama mereka yang salah. Dalam waktu yang singkat terlihat kemajuan yang besar di kota tersebut; orang-orang mulai hidup secara Kristen dan meninggalkan kebiasaan-kebiasaan lama mereka yang buruk.

Terinspirasi oleh Roh Kudus, dan diperintahkan oleh Perawan yang Diberkati dan juga karena pengalaman pribadinya, St. Dominic mengajarkan doa Rosario seumur hidupnya. Ia mengajarkannya dengan memberikan contoh dan juga melalui khotbah-khotbahnya, di kota-kota dan di desa-desa, kepada orang-orang kelas atas maupun kelas bawah, kepada pelajar dan orang2 yang tidak bersekolah, kepada orang-orang Katholik dan bidat. Doa Rosario, yang ia doakan setiap hari, adalah doa persiapannya untuk setiap khotbah dan merupakan caranya berjumpa dengan Bunda kita setiap selesai khotbah. Satu hari ia harus berkhotbah di Notre Dame di Paris, dan ketika itu adalah pesta St. Yohanes Pembaptis. Ketika ia seperti biasa sedang berdoa rosario di kapel kecil di belakang altar untuk mempersiapkan khotbahnya, Bunda kita muncul di hadapannya dan berkata: "Dominic, meskipun apa yang akan engkau khotbahkan sangat baik, tapi aku membawa kepadamu khotbah yang lebih baik."

St. Dominic mengambil buku yang diulurkan oleh Bunda kita, membacanya dengan cermat dan, setelah ia mengerti dan bermeditasi, ia mengucapkan terima kasih kepada Bunda. Ketika saatnya khotbah tiba, ia naik ke atas mimbar dan, meskipun hari itu adalah pesta St. Yohanes, ia malah berkata bahwa ia telah ditunjuk menjadi pengawal Ratu Surga. Jemaat pada saat itu adalah para theolog dan orang-orang terpandang dan terpelajar, yang sudah biasa mendengar ceramah-ceramah yang manis atau yang tidak lazim; tapi St. Dominic berkata bahwa ia tidak ingin berceramah, sehingga terlihat bijak di mata dunia, tapi ia akan berbicara dalam kesederhanaan Roh Kudus dan keteladanannya yang kuat. Dan setelah itu ia mulai berbicara tentang doa Rosario dan menjelaskan tentang Bunda Suci kata demi kata seperti menjelaskan pada sekelompok anak-anak, dan ia menggunakan ilustrasi sederhana yang ada di dalam buku yang diberikan kepadanya oleh Bunda kita.

Alan yang diberkati, menurut Kartagena, menyebutkan beberapa peristiwa lainnya dimana Tuhan kita dan Bunda kita menampakkan diri kepada St. Dominik untuk meyakinkan dan memberikan semangat kepadanya untuk terus mengajarkan doa Rosario untuk menghapuskan dosa dan mentobatkan pendosa dan orang-orang yang menyeleweng. Dalam pasal yang lain Kartagena mengatakan, "Alan yang diberkati berkata bahwa Bunda kita menampakkan diri kepadanya, setelah ia menampakkan diri kepada St. Dominic, Putranya yang Kudus menampakkan diri kepadanya dan berkata, 'Dominik, Saya senang melihat kamu tidak hanya bergantung pada kebijaksanaanmu sendiri yaitu, daripada mencari doa manusia yang kosong, kamu bekerja dengan sangat rendah hati bagi keselamatan jiwa-jiwa. "Banyak imam mencoba untuk mengajar dengan keras melawan dosa yang terburuk, namun mereka tidak sadar bahwa mula-mula, sebelum seseorang yang sakit diberi obat yang pahit, ia perlu dipersiapkan dengan menempatkan pikirannya pada bingkai yang benar supaya ia bisa benar-benar memperoleh manfaat dari obat tersebut. "Maka dari itu, sebelum melakukan apapun, seorang imam harus membangkitkan semangat berdoa dalam hati manusia dan terutama cinta kepada doa Surgawi. Hanya jika mereka sudah mulai mengucapkan itu dan bertekun didalamnya, Tuhan yang maha pengampun akan sulit untuk menolak memberikan rahmatnya. Maka dari itu aku ingin kamu mengajarkan doa Rosario-ku."

Semua hal, bahkan yang paling suci sekalipun, bisa berubah, terutama jika mereka tergantung pada kehendak bebas manusia. Sehingga tidak heran bahwa, pada saat itu, semangat doa Rosario Suci hanya bertahan 1 abad setelah pertama kali diajarkan oleh St. Dominic. Setelah itu, Rosario seolah-olah terkubur dan terlupakan. Tidak diragukan juga, rencana kotor dan kebencian setan, juga membuat orang-orang mengabaikan doa Rosario, sehingga menghalangi penyaluran rahmat Tuhan yang telah dibawa oleh Rosario keatas bumi. Sehingga, pada tahun 1349 Tuhan menghukum seluruh Eropa dengan wabah yang terparah yang pernah diketahui. Mulai dari timur, menyebar ke seluruh Italia, Jerman, Perancis, Polandia dan Hungaria, membawa kehancuran dimanapun wabah itu lewat, sehingga dari seratus orang jarang ada yang selamat untuk bisa menceritakan apa yang sebenarnya terjadi. Kota-kota besar, desa-desa dan biara-biara hampir benar-benar kosong selama masa tiga tahun penyebaran epidemic wabah tersebut.

Penghukuman dari Tuhan ini langsung diikuti oleh dua hukuman lainnya, penyelewengan (heresy) oleh Flagellant dan perpecahan (skisma) tragis di tahun 1376. Setelah itu, setelah pencobaan-pencobaan ini selesai, syukur kepada Allah yang maha pengampun, Bunda kita berbicara kepada Alan yang diberkata untuk menghidupkan kembali Rosario Suci. Alan yang diberkati adalah satu dari Bapa-bapa Dominican yang tinggal di biara Dinan di Inggris. Ia adalah seorang theolog yang hebat dan pengkhotbah yang terkenal. Bunda kita memilih dia karena, selain doa Rosario dimulai di daerah tersebut, ia juga adalah seorang Dominican yang berasal dari daerah yang sama, sehingga ia memiliki kharisma untuk membangun kembali kebiasaan ini.

Alan yang diberkati memulai pekerjaan besarnya di tahun 1460, setelah menerima peringatan khusus dari Tuhan kita. Beginilah caranya ia menerima pesan penting tersebut, sebagaimana diceritakannya sendiri: Satu hari ketika ia sedang mengadakan Misa, Tuhan kita, yang ingin menggerakkannya untuk mengajarkan Rosario Suci, berbicara padanya dalam Roti Kudus. "Mengapa engkau menyalibkan Aku lagi secepat ini?" kata Yesus kepadanya. "Apa maksudmu, Tuhan?" tanya Alan, ketakutan. "Engkau telah menyalibkan aku sekali dengan dosa-dosamu," jawab Yesus, "dan aku lebih suka disalibkan lagi daripada melihat BapaKu dilukai oleh dosa-dosa yang biasanya engkau lakukan. Engkau menyalibkan aku lagi sekarang karena kamu sebenarnya telah diajarkan dan telah mengerti bahwa kamu harus mengajarkan doa Rosario IbuKu, dan kamu tidak melakukannya. Jika saja engkau melakukannya, engkau bisa menuntun banyak jiwa ke jalan yang benar dan memimpin mereka menjauhi dosa. Tapi kamu tidak melakukannya, sehingga kamu sendiri juga bersalah terhadap dosa-dosa yang mereka perbuat."

Teguran keras ini membuat Alan yang diberkati sungguh-sungguh bertekad untuk mengajarkan doa Rosario dengan tanpa henti. Bunda kita juga berbicara padanya pada suatu ketika untuk memberikan semangat padanya untuk mengajarkan doa Rosario terus dan terus, "Engkau dulu adalah pendosa yang parah di masa mudamu, tapi aku memperoleh buah pertobatanmu dari Anakku. Jika mungkin, aku rela menjalani semua sengsara untuk menyelamatkanmu, karena para pendosa yang bertobat adalah kemenangan bagiku. Dan aku juga akan melakukannya supaya kamu bisa menyebarkan doa Rosarioku kemana-mana." St. Dominic juga menampakkan diri kepada Alan yang diberkati dan bercerita padanya tentang hasil dari pengajarannya: ia telah mengajarkan doa Rosario tanpa henti, khotbah-khotbahnya telah mendatangkan banyak buah yang baik dan banyak orang telah bertobat selama ia mengajar. Ia berkata kepada Alan, "Lihatlah buah yang demikian indah yang telah aku dapatkan melalui pengajaran doa Rosario. Kamu dan yang lainnya yang mencintai Bunda kita harus melakukan yang sama sehingga, dengan melakukan doa Rosario yang kudus, engkau bisa menarik semua orang kepada ilmu pengetahuan tentang kebajikan yang sejati." Secara garis besar, inilah cerita tentang bagaimana St. Dominic memulai doa Rosario kudus dan bagaimana Alan de la Roche yang diberkati mengembalikan ajaran ini.

Dari sejak jaman St. Dominic memulai devosi kepada Rosario kudus, sampai kepada waktu ketika Alan de la Roche yang diberkati memulainya lagi di tahun 1460, doa Rosario disebut dengan Doa kepada Yesus dan Maria. Ini karena doa ini mendoakan Salam Maria dengan jumlah yang sama seperti mazmur-mazmur dalam Kitab Mazmur Raja Daud. Dan karena orang-orang sederhana yang kurang berpendidikan tidak bisa mengucapkan Mazmur Raja Daud, doa Rosario dianggap memiliki manfaat yang sama bagi mereka sama seperti Mazmur Raja Daud bagi orang-orang yang lain.

Sejak Alan de la Roche memulai kembali devosi ini, suara dari orang-orang, yaitu suara dari Tuhan sendiri, memberinya nama doa Rosario, yang berarti "mahkota mawar." Yang bermakna bahwa setiap kali orang mengucapkan doa Rosario dengan bersungguh-sungguh, mereka mengenakan ke kepala Yesus dan Maria 153 mawar putih dan 16 mawar merah. Sebagai bunga surgawi, bunga-bunga ini tidak akan pernah kehilangan atau berkurang keindahannya. Bunda kita telah menyetujui dan mengakui nama Rosary ini; ia telah menampakkan diri kepada beberapa orang bahwa setiap kali mereka mengucapkan doa Salam Maria mereka memberikan pada Bunda Maria sebuah mawar yang indah, dan setiap doa Rosario yang dilakukan dengan penuh memberikan kepadanya sebuah mahkota mawar. Jadi sebuah Rosario yang komplet adalah sebuah mahkota mawar yang besar dan setiap chaplet yang terdiri dari sepuluh doa adalah seperti sebuah booklet bunga mawar atau sebuah mahkota kecil mawar surgawi yang kita letakkan di kepala Yesus dan Maria. Bunga Mawar sendiri adalah ratu dari bunga, dan juga Rosario adalah mawar persembahan kita yang paling berarti dan bermakna.





by Saint Louis Marie Grignion De Montfort


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History of the Rosary

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Since the Rosary is composed, principally and in substance, of the prayer of Christ and the Angelic Salutation, that is, the Our Father and the Hail Mary, it was without doubt the first prayer and the principal devotion of the faithful and has been in use all through the centuries, from the time of the apostles and disciples down to the present.
It was only in the year 1214, however, that the Church received the Rosary in its present form and according to the method we use today. It was given to the Church by St. Dominic, who had received it from the Blessed Virgin as a means of converting the Albigensians and other sinners.
I will tell you the story of how he received it, which is found in the very well-known book De Dignitate Psalterii, by Blessed Alan de la Roche. Saint Dominic, seeing that the gravity of people's sins was hindering the conversion of the Albigensians, withdrew into a forest near Toulouse, where he prayed continuously for three days and three nights. During this time he did nothing but weep and do harsh penances in order to appease the anger of God. He used his discipline so much that his body was lacerated, and finally he fell into a coma.
At this point our Lady appeared to him, accompanied by three angels, and she said, "Dear Dominic, do you know which weapon the Blessed Trinity wants to use to reform the world?" "Oh, my Lady," answered Saint Dominic, "you know far better than I do, because next to your Son Jesus Christ you have always been the chief instrument of our salvation."
Then our Lady replied, "I want you to know that, in this kind of warfare, the principal weapon has always been the Angelic Psalter, which is the foundation-stone of the New Testament. Therefore, if you want to reach these hardened souls and win them over to God, preach my Psalter."
So he arose, comforted, and burning with zeal for the conversion of the people in that district, he made straight for the cathedral. At once unseen angels rang the bells to gather the people together, and Saint Dominic began to preach.
At the very beginning of his sermon, an appalling storm broke out, the earth shook, the sun was darkened, and there was so much thunder and lightning that all were very much afraid. Even greater was their fear when, looking at a picture of our Lady exposed in a prominent place, they saw her raise her arms to heaven three times to call down God's vengeance upon them if they failed to be converted, to amend their lives, and seek the protection of the holy Mother of God.
God wished, by means of these supernatural phenomena, to spread the new devotion of the holy Rosary and to make it more widely known.
At last, at the prayer of Saint Dominic, the storm came to an end, and he went on preaching. So fervently and compellingly did he explain the importance and value of the Rosary that almost all the people of Toulouse embraced it and renounced their false beliefs. In a very short time a great improvement was seen in the town; people began leading Christian lives and gave up their former bad habits.

Inspired by the Holy Spirit, instructed by the Blessed Virgin as well as by his own experience, Saint Dominic preached the Rosary for the rest of his life. He preached it by his example as well as by his sermons, in cities and in country places, to people of high station and low, before scholars and the uneducated, to Catholics and to heretics.
The Rosary, which he said every day, was his preparation for every sermon and his little tryst with our Lady immediately after preaching.
One day he had to preach at Notre Dame in Paris, and it happened to be the feast of St. John the Evangelist. He was in a little chapel behind the high altar prayerfully preparing his sermon by saying the Rosary, as he always did, when our Lady appeared to him and said: "Dominic, even though what you have planned to say may be very good, I am bringing you a much better sermon."
Saint Dominic took in his hands the book our Lady proffered, read the sermon carefully and, when he had understood it and meditated on it, he gave thanks to her.
When the time came, he went up into the pulpit and, in spite of the feast day, made no mention of Saint John other than to say that he had been found worthy to be the guardian of the Queen of Heaven. The congregation was made up of theologians and other eminent people, who were used to hearing unusual and polished discourses; but Saint Dominic told them that it was not his desire to give them a learned discourse, wise in the eyes of the world, but that he would speak in the simplicity of the Holy Spirit and with his forcefulness.
So he began preaching the Rosary and explained the Hail Mary word by word as he would to a group of children, and used the very simple illustrations which were in the book given him by our Lady.
Blessed Alan, according to Carthagena, mentioned several other occasions when our Lord and our Lady appeared to Saint Dominic to urge him and inspire him to preach the Rosary more and more in order to wipe out sin and convert sinners and heretics. In another passage Carthagena says, "Blessed Alan said our Lady revealed to him that, after she had appeared to Saint Dominic, her blessed Son appeared to him and said, 'Dominic, I rejoice to see that you are not relying on your own wisdom and that, rather than seek the empty praise of men, you are working with great humility for the salvation of souls.
"'But many priests want to preach thunderously against the worst kinds of sin at the very outset, failing to realize that before a sick person is given bitter medicine, he needs to be prepared by being put into the right frame of mind to really benefit by it.
"'That is why, before doing anything else, priests should try to kindle a love of prayer in people's hearts and especially a love of my Angelic Psalter. If only they would all start saying it and would really persevere, God in his mercy could hardly refuse to give them his grace. So I want you to preach my Rosary."'


All things, even the holiest, are subject to change, especially when they are dependent on man's free will. It is hardly to be wondered at, then, that the Confraternity of the Holy Rosary only retained its first fervour for a century after it was instituted by Saint Dominic. After this it was like a thing buried and forgotten.
Doubtless, too, the wicked scheming and jealousy of the devil were largely responsible for getting people to neglect the Rosary, and thus block the flow of God's grace which it had drawn upon the world.
Thus, in 1349 God punished the whole of Europe with the most terrible plague that had ever been known. Starting in the east, it spread throughout Italy, Germany, France, Poland and Hungary, bringing desolation wherever it went, for out of a hundred men hardly one lived to tell the tale. Big cities, towns, villages and monasteries were almost completely deserted during the three years that the epidemic lasted.
This scourge of God was quickly followed by two others, the heresy of the Flagellants and a tragic schism in 1376.
Later on, when these trials were over, thanks to the mercy of God, our Lady told Blessed Alan to revive the former Confraternity of the Holy Rosary. Blessed Alan was one of the Dominican Fathers at the monastery at Dinan, in Brittany. He was an eminent theologian and a famous preacher. Our Lady chose him because, since the Confraternity had originally been started in that province, it was fitting that a Dominican from the same province should have the honour of re-establishing it.
Blessed Alan began this great work in 1460, after a special warning from our Lord. This is how he received that urgent message, as he himself tells it:
One day when he was offering Mass, our Lord, who wished to spur him on to preach the holy Rosary, spoke to him in the Sacred Host. "How can you crucify me again so soon?" Jesus said. "What did you say, Lord?" asked Blessed Alan, horrified. "You crucified me once before by your sins," answered Jesus, "and I would willingly be crucified again rather than have my Father offended by the sins you used to commit. You are crucifying me again now because you have all the learning and understanding that you need to preach my Mother's Rosary, and you are not doing it. If you only did that, you could teach many souls the right path and lead them away from sin. But you are not doing it, and so you yourself are guilty of the sins that they commit."
This terrible reproach made Blessed Alan solemnly resolve to preach the Rosary unceasingly.
Our Lady also said to him one day to inspire him to preach the Rosary more and more, "You were a great sinner in your youth, but I obtained the grace of your conversion from my Son. Had such a thing been possible, I would have liked to have gone through all kinds of suffering to save you, because converted sinners are a glory to me. And I would have done that also to make you worthy of preaching my Rosary far and wide."
Saint Dominic appeared to Blessed Alan as well and told him of the great results of his ministry: he had preached the Rosary unceasingly, his sermons had borne great fruit and many people had been converted during his missions.
He said to Blessed Alan, "See what wonderful results I have had through preaching the Rosary. You and all who love our Lady ought to do the same so that, by means of this holy practice of the Rosary, you may draw all people to the real science of the virtues."
Briefly, then, this is the history of how Saint Dominic established the holy Rosary and of how Blessed Alan de la Roche restored it.

From the time Saint Dominic established the devotion to the holy Rosary up to the time when Blessed Alan de la Roche reestablished it in 1460, it has always been called the Psalter of Jesus and Mary. This is because it has the same number of Hail Marys as there are psalms in the Book of the Psalms of David. Since simple and uneducated people are not able to say the Psalms of David, the Rosary is held to be just as fruitful for them as David's Psalter is for others.

Ever since Blessed Alan de la Roche re-established this devotion, the voice of the people, which is the voice of God, gave it the name of the Rosary, which means "crown of roses." That is to say that every time people say the Rosary devoutly they place on the heads of Jesus and Mary 153 white roses and sixteen red roses. Being heavenly flowers, these roses will never fade or lose their beauty.
Our Lady has approved and confirmed this name of the Rosary; she has revealed to several people that each time they say a Hail Mary they are giving her a beautiful rose, and that each complete Rosary makes her a crown of roses.
So the complete Rosary is a large crown of roses and each chaplet of five decades is a little wreath of flowers or a little crown of heavenly roses which we place on the heads of Jesus and Mary. The rose is the queen of flowers, and so the Rosary is the rose of devotions and the most important one.
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Clein



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PostPosted: Sat, 09-10-2004 10:47 am    Post subject: Mau nanya nih... Reply with quote

Mau nanya nih..habis ga ngerti sih...darimana sih perhitungan 153 mawar merah dan 18 mawar putih? terus apakah waktu itu sudah dibagi dalam peristiwa2 seperti sekarang? apakah ada sejarahnya juga? tolong dong diceritain...aku pernah juga dengar cerita tentang doa rosario yang ada hubungannya dengan perang tapi aku lupa perang apa, inti ceritanya setelah berdoa rosario perangnya menang, apakah ada hubungannya dengan ditetapkannya tgl 7 okt sebagai hari Maria Ratu Rosari? Tolongin ya....

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PostPosted: Sat, 09-10-2004 9:03 pm    Post subject: Lima Belas Janji Bunda Maria Reply with quote

Lima Belas Janji Bunda Maria
Kepada mereka yang mendaras rosario
(Disampaikan kepada Santo Dominikus dan B.Alan)


1. Barangsiapa setia berbakti kepadaku dengan mendaras rosario akan menerima rahmat firasat.
2. Saya menjanjikan rahmat dan perlindungan istimewa kepada semua yang mendaras rosario.
3. Rosario akan menjadi senjata yang ampuh untuk menghancurkan sifat buruk, melemahkan dosa, mengalahkan bidaah (ajaran sesat), dan melawan neraka.
4. Rosario akan mengembangkan perbuatan baik dan keutamaan; akan memperoleh bagi jiwa-jiwa belas kasih berlimpah dari Allah; akan melepaskan hati umat dari keterikatan kepada dunia dan kesia-siaannya, dan membangkitkan dalam hati mereka kerinduan akan hal-hal abadi; dan berkat semua itu, jiwa mereka akan dikuduskan.
5. Jiwa yang berserah kepadaku lewat pendarasan rosario; tidak akan binasa.
6. Barangsiapa mendaras rosario dengan khusyuk, sambil merenungkan misteri-misteri kudus yang terkait, tidak pernah akan dikalahkan oleh kemalangan. Allah tidak akan menghukum mereka dalam penghakiman-Nya. Mereka tidak akan binasa karena mati mendadak; kalau hidup tulus, mereka akan hidup dalam rahmat Allah, dan layak menerima hidup abadi.
7. Barangsiapa memiliki devosi yang tulus terhadap rosario tidak akan meninggal tanpa menerima sakramen-sakramen Gereja.
8. Barangsiapa setia mendaras rosario akan menikmati terang Allah dalam hidupnya, dan sesudah mati akan menikmati kepenuhan rahmat-Nya; pada saat mati mereka akan ikut menikmati pahala orang-orang kudus di Firdaus.
9. Saya akan membebaskan orang yang telah berbakti kepada rosario dari Api Penyucian.
10. Putra-putri rosario yang setia akan menikmati pahala tingkat tinggi dalam kemuliaan di surga.
11. Kamu akan memperoleh semua yang kamu minta kepadaku lewat pendarasan rosario.
12. Semua yang menyebarkan rosario suci akan menikmati pertolonganku pada saat menghadapi kesulitan.
13. Saya memperoleh dari Putra Ilahiku bahwa semua pendukung rosario akan berdoa bagi mereka pada saat penghakiman surgawi baik selama hidup maupun pada saat mati.
14. Semua yang mendaras rosario adalah anakku, dan saudara-saudari Putra tunggalku, Yesus Kristus.
15. Devosi rosarioku adalah jaminan untuk kebahagiaan.

ďDaraslah rosario setiap hari untuk memperoleh damai bagi dunia.Ē
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PostPosted: Sun, 10-10-2004 1:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Perang di Lepanto,

ini ada ceritanya :

The History and Development of the Rosary


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By Fr. William P. Saunders
Herald Columnist
(From the issue of 9/11/03)

The Diocesan Pilgrimage to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception takes place on Oct. 18. The pilgrimage theme is "The Rosary: Our Spiritual Treasure." This week Father William Saunders takes an in-depth look at the history and development of the rosary.

The rosary is one of the most cherished prayers of our Catholic Church. Archbishop Fulton Sheen said, "The rosary is the book of the blind, where souls see and there enact the greatest drama of love the world has ever known; it is the book of the simple, which initiates them into mysteries and knowledge more satisfying than the education of other men; it is the book of the aged, whose eyes close upon the shadow of this world, and open on the substance of the next. The power of the rosary is beyond description."

Introduced by the Creed, the Our Father, three Hail Maryís and the Doxology ("Glory Be") and concluded with the Salve Regina, the rosary involves the recitation of five decades consisting of the Our Father, 10 Hail Maryís and the Doxology. During this recitation, the individual meditates on the saving mysteries of our Lordís life and the faithful witness of our Blessed Mother. Journeying through the Joyful, Luminous, Sorrowful and Glorious mysteries of the rosary, the individual brings to mind our Lordís incarnation, His public ministry, His passion and death, and His resurrection from the dead. In so doing, the rosary assists us in growing in a deeper appreciation of these mysteries, in uniting our lives more closely to Our Lord and in imploring His graced assistance to live the faith. We also ask for the prayers of our Blessed Mother, the exemplar of faith, who leads all believers to her Son.

The origins of the rosary are "sketchy" at best. The use of "prayer beads" and the repeated recitation of prayers to aid in meditation stem from the earliest days of the Church and has roots even in pre-Christian times. Evidence exists from the Middle Ages that strings of beads were used to help a person count the number of Our Fathers or Hail Marys recited. Actually, these strings of beads became known as "Paternosters," the Latin for "Our Father." For example, in the 12th century, to help the uneducated better participate in the liturgy, the recitation of 150 Our Fathers served as a substitute for the 150 Psalms and became known as "the poor manís breviary."

The structure of the rosary gradually evolved between the 12th and 15th centuries. Eventually 50 Hail Maryís (or more) were recited and were linked with verses of psalms or other phrases evoking "the joys of Mary," scenes in the lives of Jesus and Mary. Dominic of Prussia, a Carthusian monk, in 1409 popularized the practice setting 50 phrases about the lives of Jesus and Mary with 50 Hail Maryís. During this time, this prayer form became known as the rosarium ("rose garden"), actually a common term used to designate a collection of similar material, such as an anthology of stories on the same subject or theme. Eventually, "the sorrows of Mary" and "the heavenly joys" were distinguished, bringing the number of Hail Maryís to 150. Eventually, the 150 Hail Maryís were joined to the 150 Our Fatherís, a Hail Mary following each Our Father.

In the early 15th century Henry Kalkar (d. 1408), another Carthusian, divided the 150 Hail Maryís into groups of 10 with each group marked by an Our Father. By the 16th century, the structure of the five decade rosary was based on the three sets of mysteries ó Joyful (Annunciation, Visitation, Nativity, Presentation and Finding in the Temple), Sorrowful (Agony in the Garden, Scourging, Crowning with Thorns, Carrying of the Cross and Crucifixion), and Glorious (Resurrection, Ascension, Pentecost, Assumption and Coronation). In 2002, our Holy Father Pope John Paul II instituted the Luminous Mysteries ó Baptism at the Jordan, Wedding Feast of Cana, Proclamation of the Kingdom of God, Transfiguration and Institution of the Holy Eucharist. Also, after the apparitions of Our Lady at Fatima in 1917, the prayer Mary taught to the children has generally been added at the end of each decade: "O my Jesus, forgive us our sins, save us from the fires of Hell. Lead all souls to Heaven, especially those in greatest need of thy mercy."

Tradition does hold that St. Dominic (d. 1221) devised the rosary as we know it. Moved by a vision of the Blessed Mother, he preached the use of the rosary in his missionary work among the Albigensians, a group of fanatical heretics. The Albigensians, named after the town of Albi in southern France where they lived, believed that everything material was evil and everything spiritual was good. For this reason, they denied the incarnation of Our Lord; for them, Jesus, true God becoming also true man and accepting our human nature, was simply unthinkable. Following this teaching, a personís soul was thought to be imprisoned in the evil body. Therefore, they abstained from marital love as well as procreation, because it was thought evil to imprison another soul in a body. Their greatest act of religion was called the endura, an act of suicide that freed the soul from the body. They also fought against any authority that represented a kingdom of this world, thereby assassinating royal and church officials. The Church condemned these heretics, and St. Dominic tried to convert them through reasonable preaching and genuine Christian love. Unfortunately, royal authority was less compassionate (Just as an aside, a travel show televised a program on southern France, and visited the town of Albi, noting that these people were "persecuted by the Church"; the narrator failed to report that these people were suicidal heretics.). Nevertheless, St. Dominic used the rosary as a useful instrument to convert the Albigensians.

Some scholars take exception to St. Dominicís actual role in forming the rosary since the earliest accounts of his life do not mention it, the Dominican constitutions do not link him with it, and contemporaneous paintings of St. Dominic do not include it as a symbol to identify the saint. In 1922, Dom Louis Gougaud stated, "The various elements which enter into the composition of that Catholic devotion commonly called the rosary are the product of a long and gradual development which began before St. Dominicís time, which continued without his having any share in it, and which only attained its final shape several centuries after his death." However, other scholars would rebut that St. Dominic not so much "invented" the rosary as he preached its use to convert sinners and those who had strayed from the faith. Moreover, at least a dozen popes have mentioned St. Dominicís connection with the Rosary in various papal pronouncements, sanctioning his role as at least a "pious belief." The first such mention was made by Pope Alexander VI in 1495.

The rosary gained greater popularity in the 1500s, especially through the efforts of Pope St. Pius V. At this time, the Muslim Turks were ravaging Eastern Europe. Recall that in 1453, Constantinople had fallen to the Muslims, leaving the Balkans and Hungary open to conquest. In 1521, they had conquered Belgrade, Hungary, and by 1526, they were at the gates of Vienna, Austria. With Muslims raiding even the coast of Italy, the control of the Mediterranean was now at stake.

In February 1570, the Turkish Ambassador delivered an ultimatum to the Republic of Venice: surrender the island of Cyprus peacefully or face war. Venice refused, and after 11 months of war, Cyprus fell to Muslim control in 1571. The surrender terms provided for the safety of the defeated Christian army. However, once the Muslim commander took control of the city, he ordered that the Christian commander, Marcantonio Bragadin, be skinned alive. His body was then quartered, and his skin was stuffed with straw, dressed in his uniform, and dragged throughout the city. The Christians now knew well what kind of enemy they were facing.

In 1571, Pope St. Pius V organized a fleet under the command of Don Juan of Austria, the half-brother of King Philip II of Spain. The forces of Spain, Venice, Rome, Savoy, Genoa, Lucca, Tuscany, Manova, Parma, Urbino, and Ferrara, and the Sovereign Order of Malta formed an alliance against Turkey. (Interestingly, "Catholic" France refused and was financing the Muslim Turks so as to weaken their long time enemy, Germany-Austria.) While preparations were underway, the Holy Father asked all of the faithful to say the rosary and to implore our Blessed Motherís prayers under the title "Our Lady of Victory," begging Our Lord to grant victory to the Christians.

Although the Muslim fleet outnumbered that of the Christians in both vessels and sailors, the forces were ready to meet in battle. The Christian flagship flew a blue banner depicting Christ crucified, while the Muslim flags had excerpts from the Koran calling for jihad and death to the "infidels." On Sunday, Oct., 1571, at 11 a.m., the Battle of Lepanto began, and at the end of five hours, the Muslims were defeated. That afternoon, while Pope St. Pius V was in a meeting, he suddenly stood up, went over to the window, stared outside in the direction of the battle many, many miles away, and said, "Let us no longer occupy ourselves with business, but let us go to thank the Lord. The Christian fleet has obtained victory."

The following year, Pope St. Pius V in thanksgiving established the Feast of the Holy Rosary on Oct. 7 where the faithful would not only remember this victory, but also continue to give thanks to the Lord for all of His benefits and remember the powerful intercession of our Blessed Mother. His Holiness also officially bestowed the title, "Auxilium Christianorum" or "Help of Christians," upon the Blessed Mother. The Venetian Senate also had painted on a panel in their meeting chamber, "Non virtus, non arma, non duces, sed Maria Rosari, victores nos fecit," i.e. "It was not courage, not arms, not leaders, but Mary of the Rosary that made us victors."

Mindful of the action of Pope Pius V, our Holy Father Pope John Paul II, in an Angelus address given in October 1983, stated, "The rosary also takes on fresh perspectives and is charged with stronger and vaster intentions than in the past. It is not a question now of asking for great victories, as at Lepanto and Vienna, rather it is a question of asking Mary to provide us with valorous fighters against the spirit of error and evil, with the arms of the Gospel, that is, the Cross and Godís Word. The rosary prayer is manís prayer for man. It is the prayer of human solidarity, the collegial prayer of the redeemed, reflecting the spirit and intent of the first of the redeemed, Mary, Mother and Image of the Church. It is a prayer for all the people of the world and of history, living and dead, called to be the Body of Christ with us and to become heirs together with Him of the glory of the Father."

In recent times, the rosary has been upheld and promoted as an effective means for spiritual nourishment. Many saints have encouraged the recitation of the rosary, including St. Peter Canisius, St. Philip Neri and St. Louis de Montfort. Pope Leo XIII, often called "the Pope of the Rosary," strived to maintain the tradition of this prayer, which he asserted was a strong spiritual weapon against evil (Supremi Apostolatus Officio, 1884). Pope Pius XI in 1938 granted a plenary indulgence to anyone who recites the rosary in front of the Blessed Sacrament. Both Blessed Pope John XXIII and Pope Paul VI also were great promoters of the rosary. The Enchiridion of Indulgences (1969), approved by Pope Paul VI, grants a plenary indulgence " Ö if the rosary is recited in a church or public oratory, or in a family group, a religious Community or pious association ... "(no. 48).

Most recently, to mark the beginning of his 25th year as Holy Father, Pope John Paul II issued his apostolic letter, Rosarium Virginis Mariae whereby he instituted the Luminous Mysteries and again exhorted the faithful to use the rosary "to contemplate with Mary the face of Christ." While dismissing any notion that the rosary distracts from the liturgy or was a hindrance to ecumenism, the Holy Father asserted, "But the most important reason for strongly encouraging the practice of the rosary is that it represents a most effective means of fostering among the faithful that commitment to the contemplation of the Christian mystery which I have proposed in the Apostolic Letter Novo Millennio Ineunte as a genuine Ďtraining in holinessí: ĎWhat is needed is a Christian life distinguished above all in the art of prayerí" (no. 5).

Therefore, the rosary is part of the spiritual history of the Church, to be cherished. It enables the faithful to participate in the living history of salvation, uniting us more closely with our Savior and His Blessed Mother, and with the whole Church. The rosary needs to be part of the history of each individual and each family, for through this prayer the bonds of love are strengthened.
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PostPosted: Wed, 21-01-2009 11:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Salam kenal semuanya......
Saya mau nanya, apakah kita sebagai orang katolik diwajibkan untuk berdoa rosario...atau kah salah satu pilihan wujud doa kita saja....?
Thanks sebelumnya...
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PostPosted: Thu, 22-01-2009 3:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

shinta wrote:
Salam kenal semuanya......
Saya mau nanya, apakah kita sebagai orang katolik diwajibkan untuk berdoa rosario...atau kah salah satu pilihan wujud doa kita saja....?
Thanks sebelumnya...


Tidak diwajibkan akan tetapi banyak berkat dan baiknya bila membiasakan diri berdoa Rosario terutama bersama keluarga. Dimana kebiasaan tsb menjadi waktu keluarga berkumpul bersama seperti makan malam bersama. Ingat!

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PostPosted: Thu, 22-01-2009 10:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Ka Tony....

Saya pribadi tidak pernah berdoa secara khusus kepada Bunda Maria, kecuali dalam acara lingkungan atau retret atau apapun dimana pemimpin doa memulai doa Salam Maria atau doa Rosario.
Untuk doa pribadi saya kurang sreg untuk berdoa kepada Bunda Maria, walaupun saya tetap menghormati beliau sebagai Bunda Allah dan Bunda Gereja.
Mengenai doa bersama dalam keluargapun, kan tidak mesti doa Rosario.

Apakah pandangan saya ini dapat dikatakan salah dari sudut pandang Katolik...?
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PostPosted: Fri, 23-01-2009 10:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

shinta wrote:

Untuk doa pribadi saya kurang sreg untuk berdoa kepada Bunda Maria, walaupun saya tetap menghormati beliau sebagai Bunda Allah dan Bunda Gereja.
Mengenai doa bersama dalam keluargapun, kan tidak mesti doa Rosario.


Kenapa begitu? Seharusnya kamu sebagai seorang katolik tidak segan untuk berdoa kepada Bunda Maria. Sudah banyak doa yang terkabul melalui perantaraan Bunda Maria. Kalau misa, coba kamu perhatikan, sering kali ada yang menyebutkan intensi misa untuk berterima kasih atas terkabulnya permohonannya melalui novena 3x Salam Maria. Jadi mulai sekarang hilangkan perasaan tidak sregnya..Smile

Doa Rosario baik untuk keluarga karena doa ini didaraskan bersama-sama dan semua anggota keluarga terlibat aktif. Tidak sama halnya dengan doa spontan yang lain hanya mendengarkan, dan tinggal bilang amin.

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PostPosted: Fri, 23-01-2009 10:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

lalu doa 15 Bapa Kami dan Salam Maria dari St. Brigete dari Swedia gmn?apakah rosario saja cukup?
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PostPosted: Fri, 23-01-2009 12:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

shinta wrote:
Thanks Ka Tony....

Saya pribadi tidak pernah berdoa secara khusus kepada Bunda Maria, kecuali dalam acara lingkungan atau retret atau apapun dimana pemimpin doa memulai doa Salam Maria atau doa Rosario.
Untuk doa pribadi saya kurang sreg untuk berdoa kepada Bunda Maria, walaupun saya tetap menghormati beliau sebagai Bunda Allah dan Bunda Gereja.
Mengenai doa bersama dalam keluargapun, kan tidak mesti doa Rosario.

Apakah pandangan saya ini dapat dikatakan salah dari sudut pandang Katolik...?

Tidak.




Necromancer wrote:
lalu doa 15 Bapa Kami dan Salam Maria dari St. Brigete dari Swedia gmn?apakah rosario saja cukup?

Tidak ada doa yang lebih powerful daripada Rosario dalam tradisi Gereja Katolik.

Doa Rosario telah berhasil membebaskan Misa Tridentine lewat Summorum Pontificum dan sebentar lagi doa Rosario akan membereskan "perpecahan internal" Gereja.


Mengenai St. Bridget of Sweden, Holy Office (nama CDF yang dulu) mengeluarkan peringatan atas janji-janji yang diklaim doa itu. Patut dicatat bahwa yang diperingatkan adalah jnaji-janjinya, bukan doanya.
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