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Here are a few rosary-related sites that I hope you will like.
The first one has an diagram of a rosary, which surrounds text that helps a person pray -- the name of the mystery, the words of a prayer, etc.. When ready to move to the next prayer, one simply clicks anywhere on the screen and the program highlights the next bead and displays the next prayer (and mystery, if appllicable). This is Catholics United for Life's Perpetual Web Rosary that people around the world are constantly praying "online." You can pray in English, Latin, Spanish, or French. If the image (which takes a while to load) is not highlighting the cross (for the Apostles' Creed), you can just rapidly click many times to move the "highlight" around the chaplet until it comes back to the cross. This site does not have illustrations of the mysteries.
The second site is also not illustrated. It is also good for someone who is just starting out.
The third site has some really good features, including illustrations of the mysteries and "beads" that "light up" when you point to them, to help you make your way through a decade.
The fourth site has an illustrated "scriptural" rosary that helps one meditate on the mysteries by providing a Bible verse for each Hail Mary. Go to this page and click on the set of mysteries you want to pray. It takes a while for the pictures to load.
Also highly recommended: Link to Catholic discussion forum
St. James, pray for us.
God bless you.
-- J. F. Gecik (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 15, 2001
-- (_@_._), December 15, 2001.
Here is another very good Rosary site.
-- (_@_._), December 17, 2001.
Here is a site that has the prayers of the Rosary (and sometimes the names of the mysteries) in English, French, Hungarian, Luganda [Ugandan], Polish, Portugese, Latin, Russian, Tagalog [Filipino], and Dutch.
-- (_@_._), January 07, 2002.