After the morning Mass, two young ladies remained in the chapel to pray the rosary. Normally, prayers said aloud can be disturbing to those who wish to contemplate in silence, but today I didn't mind and even joined in. At the beginning of each decade, you could hear them say their intentions truly from the heart. Every syllable sounded sincere. When they expressed their sorrows, you could hear the tears in their voices. I finally appreciated these two line in the prayer Hail, Holy Queen: "To thee do we cry, poor banished children of Eve. To thee do we send up our sighs, mourning and weeping in this valley of tears." After these two sisters in Christ finished the rosary, I almost wanted to applaud. Yes, praying can be beautiful if it truly comes from the heart!