Terri Aluise, a Busy Mom on Saying the Rosary Daily, Consecration, and Heaven — BFP 005

If you are struggling to say your Rosary daily, wonder if your devotion today will mean anything in the future, or looking for a powerful way to step up your spiritual life, then listen to this episode with Terri Aluise.

Terri Aluise joins John and discusses the need to say the Rosary daily. She gives tips on how to make it work even with the busy demands of being a busy Mom.

Devotions, relics, and how prayer is a direct way to join Heaven today are discussed and some common misconceptions about life eternal are dismissed.

John shares the secret on how to get a relic of your favorite saint, too!

In the episode, Terri mentions this painting:

In episode 5, Terri Aluise gives her tricks on how a busy mom gets her rosary said daily, why she believes it is necessary, her one trick to incredibly changing your spiritual life for the better, and how devotions have helped her experience slices of life in Heaven here and now. We explore why some saints are our favorites more than others, and Manos shares his secret to getting a first class relic.

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About John B. Manos

John B. Manos, Esq. is an attorney and chemical engineer. He has a dog, Fyo, and likes photography, astronomy, and dusty old books published by Benzinger Brothers. He is the President of the Bellarmine Forum.

  • I think it is easier to approach Our Lady as Mother. How well we know our many faults, so Mary as Queen is daunting. Obviously all our Mothers being fallen were not all what they needed to be, but Our Lady is full of Grace thus full of love. Just watch a Mother tenderly caring for her little ones, this is Mary with us. Thank you Jesus for Your Mother.

  • Thanks for the talk. I have to say I would say the rosary on my way to work but quit because I can’t multitask and concentrate on the mysteries. I now listen to the Chaplet of St. Michael because it gets done before I hit the highway.

    As I have a two year old, I try to finish the rosary that I began with the family when I’m putting him to sleep. Bad thing is, I sometimes fall asleep with him. I will say a rosary sometimes when I jog also. Most of all, I say the rosary in front of the Blessed Sacrament.

    Keep up the good work. God bless.

  • I have been praying the rosary when I first wake up. There is an app for the phone that I can play and either say along or listen and pray in my mind. I originally was listening on my computer to a sight comepraytherosary.org where you can join in to others on the internet who are praying and it goes continually. Anyway, I fell asleep but when I woke up in the morning it was still playing and it touched me because I was going through an emotional event with an adult child and I thought how comforting it was that while I was asleep the rosary was being said during my most vulnerable time of day and I finished it that morning. I hate getting up in the morning, so as I wake up I play the app with the rosary,
    and then I’m ready to start my day and have my thoughts settled. So much grace and answered prayers have come through surrendering and allowing myself to have a relationship with my spiritual family and falling in love with them. The hope that keeps perseverance alive.

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