Rosary Saint Michael the Archangel of the Archangels and Cherubim in Spanish
Saint John of the Prince of the Archangels and Cherubim in Spanish in audio, with audio accompaniment with image that helps in counting in prayer
[* The Rosary of St. Michael the Archangel, is a specific rosary of 9 beads]
The nine greetings (one Our Father + three Hail Marys each) are prayed, leaving for the last four accounts, one Our Father for each Archangel, and his Guardian Angel, who follow the medal, the first account is taken Great of the choirman and the first greeting is prayed.) By Clevinho Maia
Method for praying:
* Using the small Rosary of St. Michael the Archangel of 9 beads,
In the small account next to the medal, it is said:
V. God come to our aid.
R. Lord help us and save us.
V. Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit.
A. Just as it was in the beginning, now and always. Amen.
Then, leaving to the end the four accounts that follow, the first great account of the Rosary is taken and the first salutation is recited, Glory be to the Father and our Father, and in the three small beads, three Hail Marys, as follows:
Antiphon: Glorious Saint Michael, the chief and prince of the heavenly armies, faithful guardian of souls, victorious of the rebellious spirits, beloved of the house of God, our admirable guide after Christ, you whose excellence and virtue are most imminent, you deserve to free us Of all evils, all of us who have recourse to you with confidence, and make, by your incomparable protection, that we advance every day more in fidelity and perseverance in serving God. [Www.arcanjomiguel.net]
- Pray for us, O blessed Saint Michael, prince of the Church of Christ.
- That we may be worthy of His promises.
Let us pray:
All-powerful and eternal God, who, through a prodigy of goodness and mercy for the salvation of men, has chosen the most glorious Saint Michael the Archangel to be the prince of your Church, make us worthy, we ask you, to be preserved from all our Enemies, so that at the hour of our death none of them may disturb us, but may we be introduced by him in the presence of Your mighty and majestic Majesty, for the merits of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.