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Lurtheran rosary?

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So, I saw a YouTube video where a Lutheran Pastor was talking about using prayer beads, but he explained it had nothing to do with praying to Marry and it didn't really seem like the propose of the beads was repitive prayer, but more about meditating on what the beads meant, like meditating on the cross or baptism.


Was it just that particual pastor or his denomination or is this practiced by all Lutherans?

And do and any other deminominations do this?

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I have seen it referenced in videos as well, but have never met anyone who actually does it. I'm guessing it's a pretty small

number of Lutheran individuals who utilize the modified rosary in their personal piety.


Ive never seen it referenced in any Lutheran historical documents or denominational material. It appears more to be a grassroots adapting of Catholic piety.

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