Rosary Companion Journal

The Rosary Companion Journal is just that: a journal to help you experience the prayer of the rosary in a new light.

The journal provides space for a variety of different prayers within the rosary: from writing your own reflections on the mysteries and choosing intentions for each bead, to journaling prompts about Mary and more.

This book contains the following sections:

  • How-to & Intentions
  • Meditations
  • Intercessions
  • Paper Rosaries
  • Prayers & Prompts

Bulk purchase discounts and customization options are available: if you’d like a copy for everyone in your group, or if you’d like to adjust or add a section to better fit your group’s needs, contact the author for a quote:

Don’t have time to wait for shipping? Want to make copies of specific pages? Printable versions of this book are also available online through the author’s website: for both individual and group use.

The Reprints Clause: after purchasing a book or printable, you may make unlimited photocopies of these pages for yourself, for personal use, as long as you leave the copyright markings on the bottom of each page. You may also make copies for 1-4 team members. If you’d like to make 5 or more copies or reprints of a product, please purchase a group license through my website,

The following templates and layouts are included in this journal:

  • How to Pray the Rosary
  • Mysteries of the Rosary
  • Rosary Prayers
  • Intentions for each bead
  • DIY Meditations for each Mystery
  • Marian Intercessions
  • Jesus Intercessions
  • Paper Rosaries
  • Chaplet of Divine Mercy
  • Journal Prompts
  • Prayer Cards
  • Pocket

Free download: How to Pray the Rosary

A note on printing printables:

All printables are made to be printed actual size, 100% scale on Letter paper (8.5×11 inches), double-sided, flip on the short edge. If your printer is clipping the edges or cannot print ¼ inch margins, you may “scale to fit” the printables instead of leaving them full-size.

After printing, simply fold them in half down the middle, and use staples, string, or a very stretchy rubber band to bind them together.

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