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What is the origin of the Rosary Catholic? Mystery and legend surrounding the beginnings of the Catholic rosary, but it is one of the most popular devotions of the Catholic Church. It is embraced by believers worldwide. Using beads to keep count of prayer is not only a Christian practice, it is not new. Beads are among the Hindu, Muslim and Buddhist religions. Archaeological evidence suggests Christians used it in the second century AD During the monks and nuns Middle Ages used knotted ropes, stones, berries or beads to keep count of prayers. Pilgrims and the military have adopted the practice of wearing pearls or cord to show membership in societies or religious orders. Thus the rosary came to be used. A legend says that the first rosary was given to St. Dominic by the Virgin Mary. However, some studies suggest that the use of the rosary is much more than that. The true origin of the Rosary is quite different, more interesting, and before St. Dominic! Theologians have traced the origin of the Rosary back to the ninth century, and a form of prayer that has evolved in the monasteries of the early Church in Ireland. Prayer and work filled day of Irish monks, and one of the most important forms of monastic prayer was the daily chanting of the psalms of David 150. Lay around the monastery hear the psalms every day, as they were sung or recited, and the beauty of this form of prayer the intrigued. They aspired to participate, but the psalms were too long to memorize, copies could not be found since printing was rare, and few people knew how to read Latin anyway. The laity, however, decided to adapt this form of prayer for their own use. People's desire to participate led to their prayer and reciting the Lord Glory be to the Father in response to each psalm recited by monks.