During the designing of this Rosary, the Blessed Mother appeared more frequently in the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and in regalia holding a scepter.  One could visualize her arraigned for a combat, and with her Son, a reign of majesty. The Blessed Mother frequently referred to her words at Fatima, “In the end, my Immaculate Heart will triumph” and thus the description, “Immaculate Heart Rosary.” She designed every detail of the rosary including the lapis lazuli beads. It was revealed that this particular stone “lapis lazuli blue” was the color of the “Word” of God and Our Lady’s color which she is often depicted.  There is a definite correlation between the Old Testament and New Testament referring to the color “blue” and its significance.  She requested that “luminous beads” be used, and we kept hearing, “lighting up the world.” The Rosary has five decades. As instructed, the Blessed Mother requested that each decade should have twelve Hail Mary(s) – reminiscent of the Twelve Tribes of Israel (all nations).  The original image of Our Lady of Guadeloupe had a 12-pointed crown. CMD recites the Rosary of the Five Key Mysteries of Redemption commemorating the fullness of Christ each day (beginning from the birth of Jesus to the birth of the Church, His Mystical Body, which is significant in the millennium reign of Jesus Christ.) After the release of the rosary and praying the decades, I was struck one afternoon to hear, Rev.12: 5 and the Sacred Scripture. These are the words, “She gave birth to a male child, one who is to rule all the nations.”

(Kindly see SUNRISE OF A NEW ERA: THE ARK OF GOD FROM AFRICA on YouTube or for more detail)

Compendium of Mary’s Glorification

There is numerous comingling in this Rosary; all Marian apparitions are connected and embodied in the Rosary; and it has the dogmas and doctrines on Mary linked together. Each mystery explains a major apparition of Mary and also explains a dogmatic proclamation of Mary in the same sequence the apparitions and the dogmatic proclamation unfolded.

It has also comingling of planetary objects. Images of the star, moon (in its different sizes), and a significant rainbow were revealed (see CMD Immaculate Heart Rosary video).

The Blessed Virgin Mary guided our attention to the comingling of two large beating hearts inseparably united together and eight rays emanating from these united hearts, signaling the new regeneration. These are the united Hearts of Jesus and Mary, a significant victory of her Immaculate Heart and the New Era.

The Immaculate Mater Domini Prayer that is prayed at the beginning of this Rosary comprises of many of the facets of the Divine Will in the millennium reign of Jesus Christ the King, the New Era.

A little explanation of the symphony of all the Marian major public apparitions in this Rosary: Our Lady of Guadalupe Mexico appears at the First Decade: NATIVITY. Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal appears at Second Decade: THE INSTITUTION OF THE HOLY EUCHARIST. Our Lady of Lourdes appears at the Third Decade: THE CRUCIFIXION AND DEATH OF JESUS CHRIST. Our Lady of Fatima appears at the Fourth Decade: THE RESURRECTION. The image of the Blessed Mother at Pentecost is placed on the Fifth Mystery (Mediatrix): THE DESCENT OF THE HOLY SPIRIT. Finally, her apparition in the form of a Crowned Queen carrying a Crowned King-Child appeared many times towards the end of the designing of this Rosary.

The major Marian attributes/dogmas/doctrines, and roles are intrinsically and chronologically revealed in the five decades of the Rosary. First Decade (the pregnant Mother of God (Rev.12: 1-2 ); Second Decade (Perpetual Virgin); Third Decade (Immaculate Conception); Fourth Decade (Assumption), and Fifth Decade ((Mediatrix and Advocatrix).  Just a little citation from the document that has a detail explanation of the Immaculate Heart Rosary, “Lourdes…the 3rd major Marian apparition coinciding with the 3rd Mystery of this Rosary: The Crucifixion and Death of Jesus Christ. Through the mystery of Immaculate Conception, the spotless Lamb sacrificed for the sins of the world was made possible. By Divine Preordination the Blessed Mother appeared on the little grotto of Lourdes described as the “pigs’ shelter because that was where the pigs feeding in the area usually took shelter from the cold.” On Calvary, formerly detestable, Jesus redeemed our sins/uncleanness. In the apparition at Fatima, the famous miracle of the sun occurred. Sunday is represented by Resurrection in the church and Resurrection is a symbol of the rising sun, thus, the apparition of Fatima at the fourth mystery of this Rosary.” We pray that her five major proclaimed attributes and the five key Mysteries honored in this Rosary satisfy the five offenses against the Immaculate Heart.

Structure of the Immaculate Heart Rosary

The structural design of this Rosary was also given by the Blessed Mother. There are significant reasons why the first mystery of the Rosary stands apart, unlike other regular Rosaries where the five mysteries are connected in the same block; we do not know all the reasons. However, one impression is that the Nativity of the Lord had a long journey and distancing to the other four mysteries that happened 33 years afterwards (the Last Super, Mount Calvary, Garden of Resurrected, and the Pentecost). Similarly, the Blessed Mother’s public apparitions have a sequence of unique geographical distancing and timing. The first major one in Guadalupe, Mexico in the 1500s and took a long span before she appeared in Paris France (a transatlantic long route as well), followed by Rue du Bac Paris (1830), Lourdes (1858), and Fatima (1917), and some other apparitions (in the same geographical block of Europe and closely related timing).

One of the intriguing points about the structure of this Rosary is that the Mystery of the Eucharist, the centerpiece when you fold the Rosary in two halves, is also the summit of all the beads; for the design of the centerpiece, we were guided to use the image of a host and a chalice. And we were guided to contemplate on the triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in the Eucharistic reign of Jesus Christ in the New Era (kindly read what we also found, The Triumph, the Second Coming, and The Eucharistic Reign, Fr. Gobbi, June, 1996).

Sometime, after the design of this Rosary was completed, still pondering on structural shape of the Rosary, I found what was interesting in a book on the Life of Blessed Virgin Mary, “At the hour when Jesus was born, I saw a wonderful vision which appeared to the three holy kings. These kings were star-worshippers… They saw a beautiful rainbow over the moon, which was in one of its quarters. Upon the rainbow a Virgin was enthroned; her right foot was resting on the moon. To the left of the Virgin, on the rainbow, was a vine, and on the right, a sheaf of wheat. In front of the Virgin, I saw the form of chalice, shaped like the one used by Our Lord at the institution of the Blessed Sacrament. It seemed to rise up or to issue more clearly out of the radiance surrounding it. I saw a little child coming forth out of this chalice, and above the child a transparent disc, like an empty monstrance, from which rays like ears of wheat proceeded.” (Ven. Anne Catherine Emmerich, p.206). I was struck with awe as this citation seemed to recapitalize all that the Blessed Virgin Mary had revealed during the composition of this Rosary (please see the video of this Rosary at; see how the moon comes at the feet of Jesus and Mary, see also the size of the moon placed at the Nativity, the first decade, see also the sequence of the Mysteries, how the Eucharist comes right after the Nativity, etc.).

How to Say the Immaculate Heart Rosary

Begin with Sign of the Cross


 Prayer: Prayer to Immaculate Mater Domini

 August Queen Mother, Mater Domini, Immaculate Mediatrix of all graces; you are the undefiled Tabernacle of the Incarnate Word. You are the masterpiece of God’s creation, Oh, the Woman clothed with the sun, and the paragon of beauty. We glorify God for the ongoing triumph of your Immaculate Heart in the glorious reign of Jesus Christ in all things, all nations, cultures, families, and in human hearts. We humbly beseech you for the continuous expansion of His manifest reign in every heart. Mother of Divine Love use me as a little servant to expand the Kingdom of your Son. Immaculate Mater Domini, implore the Holy Spirit, your Divine Spouse, to instill the love of God and the Word of God within me, so that I spread the love of God and the Word of God in all I meet. We pray that in all nations and in every heart you receive the honor due to you, and St. Joseph. We make our prayers through Christ our Lord and King. Amen.

Recite the “Apostles Creed” the “Our Father”, three “Hail Marys” (Faith, Hope, and Charity) the “Glory Be”

First Decade: Nativity of the Lord Jesus

Meditation: “Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel.” “In the sixth month the angel Gabriel was sent from God to a city of Galilee named Nazareth, to a virgin betrothed to a man whose name was Joseph.”  “Now after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea” Recite the “Our Father,” twelve (12)  Hail Marys,” and one “Glory Be” (Optional: Say the “O My Jesus” prayer requested by Mary at Fatima)

Second Decade: Institution of the Holy Eucharist

Meditation: “I am the living bread that came down from heaven. If anyone eats of this bread, he will live forever. And the bread that I will give for the life of the world is my flesh.” “Jesus took bread…and said, “Take, eat; this is My body.” And He took a cup… saying, “Drink of it, all of you, for this is My blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many (all) for the forgiveness of sins” (Lk.26:26).  Recite the “Our Father,” twelve (12) Hail Marys,” and one “Glory Be”

Third Decade: Death of Jesus on the Cross

Meditation: “For He shall save His people from their sins” “He was pierced for our transgressions; He was crushed for our iniquities; upon Him was the chastisement that brought us peace, and with His wounds we are healed.” “But one of the soldiers pierced His side with a spear, and at once there came out blood and water.” Recite the “Our Father,” twelve (12) Hail Marys,” and one “Glory Be”

Fourth Decade: Resurrection of Jesus Christ

Meditation: “Jesus answered them, “Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up.” “on the first day of the week, at early dawn, they came to the tomb… They found the stone rolled away from the tomb, but when they went in, they did not find the body. While they were perplexed about this, suddenly two men in dazzling clothes stood beside them… said to them, “Why do you look for the living among the dead? He is not here, but has risen.”

Recite the “Our Father,” twelve (12) Hail Marys,” and one “Glory Be”

Fifth Decade: Descent of the Holy Spirit

Meditation: “When the Helper comes, whom I will send to you from the Father, that is the Spirit of truth who proceeds from the Father, He will testify about Me.” “When the day of Pentecost arrived…And suddenly there came from heaven a sound like a mighty rushing wind… And divided tongues as of fire appeared to them and rested on each one of them. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit.” Recite the “Our Father,” twelve (12) Hail Marys,” and one “Glory Be”  

Hail Holy Queen…,


Ave Maris Stella could be sung after each decade

Hail Star of the Sea

Hail, thou Star of ocean,
Portal of the sky!
Ever Virgin Mother
Of the Lord most high!

Oh! by Gabriel’s Ave,
Uttered long ago,
Eva’s name reversing,
Stablish peace below.

Break the captive’s fetters;
Light on blindness pour;
All our ills expelling,
Every bliss implores.

Show thyself a Mother;
Offer Him our sighs,
Who for us Incarnate
Did not thee despise.

Virgin of all virgins!
To thy shelter take us:
Gentlest of the gentle!
Chaste and gentle make us.

Still, as on we journey,
Help our weak endeavor;
Till with thee and Jesus
We rejoice forever.

Through the highest heaven,
To the Almighty Three,
Father, Son, and Spirit,
One same glory be.  Amen.

Ave Maris Stella

Ave, Maris Stella,
Dei Mater alma,
Atque semper Virgo,
Felix coeli porta.

Sumens illud Ave
Gabrielis ore,
Funda nos in pace,
Mutans Evae nomen.

Solve vincia reis
Profer lumen caecis,
Mala nostra pelle,
Bona cuncta posce.

Monstra te esse Matrem,
Sumat per te preces
Qui pro nobis natus,
Tulit esse tuus.

Virgo singularis,
Inter omnes mitis,
Nos culpis solutos
Mites fac et castos.

Vitam praesta puram,
Iter para tutum;
Ut videntes Jesum
Semper collaetemur.

Sit laus Deo Patri,
Summo Christo decus,
Spiritui Sancto,
Tribus honor unus.  Amen.

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