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The origin of the Rosary can be debated, and really is not important.It's origins may date back to the twelfth century and the rosary evolved over time to it's present form.

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The strength of the Rosary is not in the Hail Mary but in the meditation on the life of Christ which is contained in the fifteen Mysteries of the Rosary.The Rosary can be an extremely useful prayer form especially when life is in turmoil.The repetition of the Hail Mary quiets the mind and the thought process, and allows Christ to more easily enter.While outwardly emphasizing veneration of Mary, the rosary in reality leads through her to Jesus.The complete rosary essentially consists in reciting fifteen decades and meditating on the topic (the "mystery") assigned to each.Both the prayers and the topics of meditation have scriptural sources.

Someone correctly praying the rosary pays less attention to the framework of vocal prayer than the topics proposed for meditation.These include all the chief aspects of God's redemptive work: the Incarnation, Jesus' suffering and death, his resurrection and ascension, the sending of the Holy Spirit, and the first fruit (in Mary's glorification) of what God is doing through Jesus by the Spirit's sanctifying work.This meditative content sums up the Eucharistic liturgy and the annual cycle of the Church's worship, and so the rosary can extend and prepare for the Eucharist.-From Living a Christian Life By Germain Grisez The Rosary is made up of two things: mental prayer and vocal prayer.In the Holy Rosary mental prayer is none other than meditation of the chief mysteries of the life, death and glory of Jesus Christ and of His Blessed Mother.Vocal prayer consists in saying fifteen decades of the Hail Mary, each decade headed by an Our Father, while at the same time meditating on and contemplating the fifteen principal virtues which Jesus and Mary practiced in the fifteen mysteries of the Holy Rosary.