A Caribbean Rosary

The group COLOR, located in Barbados, has recently recorded a fully sung Rosary.  It is hoped that the music will support devotion to the Rosary and assist persons in improving their prayer life. Each mystery is approximately 1 hour long and is available free of charge.
The final installment of A Caribbean Rosary is now available: The Glorious Mysteries.  The first set of mysteries, the Joyful Mysteries was launched on 7 October, feast of Our Lady of the Rosary and we continued to release mysteries each weekend in October.  We are happy to have a sung version all of the mysteries of the mystery of the rosary for your reflection and meditation on the recommended days:
  • Mondays: The Joyful Mysteries
  • Tuesdays: The Sorrowful Mysteries:
  • Wednesdays: The Glorious Mysteries
  • Thursdays: The Luminous Mysteries or Joyful Mysteries
  • Fridays: The Sorrowful Mysteries
  • Saturdays: The Joyful Mysteries or Glorious Mysteries
  • Sundays: The Glorious Mysteries
There are several ways to access the mysteries, and they can all be found via our website:  https://www.colorbb.org/music/a-caribbean-rosary.
We encourage you to follow us on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-465717205 or to subscribe to our Contemplative Worship Podcast (see https://www.colorbb.org/music/a-caribbean-rosary  for details) for more updates in the upcoming months.  Subscribing or following will notify you whenever something new is available.
The YouTube videos of the Sorrowful and Glorious Mysteries will be available in the very near future.  In the meantime, the videos for the Joyful and Luminous Mysteries can be found here
All of the members of Color would like to thank you for joining us in the singing of the rosary during this October, the month of Mary.  We pray that you will continue to say or to sing the rosary, and to share the gift of the rosary with others.

Find out more about COLOR from their website www.colorbb.org.


A Caribbean Rosary

"The Joyful Mysteries, sung in entirety to contemporary Caribbean style music." Nicely done. Very easy to listen to and easy to understand. I like the alternating between female soloists, male soloists and the choral voices. Thank you for sharing this. I hope it will bless many. Looking forward to the other Mysteries of the Rosary.

You can embed the SoundCloud player here. Contact me if you would like help doing that. 

Richard Schletty | Schletty Design and Music | www.schletty.com

A Caribbean Rosary

Thank you for the positive feedback Richard, I will certainly pass it on to the rest of the group.  Was it you who also went ahead and embedded the player?  If so, Thank You! 

God Bless.  Please keep up your good work in music.


immediate access to the music via SoundCloud embed

Yes, I embedded the player. I saw that your permissions at SoundCloud allowed me to do that. I think it helps to give site visitors immediate access to the music – otherwise they might move on to the next article! They can always click your links for more info. I hope that's OK with you. - Richard

Richard Schletty | Schletty Design and Music | www.schletty.com

immediate access to the music

Absolutely! Thanks again.
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