Do Presbyterians Use the Rosary? Learn the Truth | Christianity FAQ (2023)

When people think of rosary beads, and the prayers associated with them, the Roman Catholic Church often comes to mind. Yet there are non-Catholic Christians, including some Protestants, that use prayer beads. Does the Presbyterian tradition encourage using rosaries?

Presbyterians don’t use rosaries. The historic teaching of the Presbyterian tradition strongly objects to the practice of praying to saints, including Mary. While the rosary includes reciting the Lord’s Prayer and a doxology, Presbyterians are convicted that there are other, more biblical ways, to pray.

How does Presbyterian teaching respond to the alleged benefits of using rosaries? What is it about the rosary prayers that Presbyterians reject? What do they believe about Mary? What Protestants use rosaries? Keep reading to learn more.

Also see Presbyterian vs Roman Catholic: What’s the Difference? to learn more.

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Why Presbyterians don’t use rosaries

Prayer has always been a central feature of Presbyterian teaching. It is a core theological conviction of the tradition and Presbyterian pastors have taught and encouraged their congregations in the discipline for centuries. (Also see Can a Catholic Attend a Presbyterian Church?)

The French Reformer John Calvin (1509-1564), upon which the theology of Presbyterianism is based, taught that “prayer is the chief exercise of faith.” Yet even more important to Presbyterians is the Bible’s teaching on prayer, such as 1 Thessalonians 5:17, which reads “pray without ceasing” (ESV).

What are prayer beads? Prayer beads are small and circular, and often made of wood, ceramic or glass, and laced together on a string. In addition to Roman Catholicism, they are found in a variety of world religions like Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam.

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The number of beads can vary, but 55 to 59 per string are traditional quantities. The beads are intended to serve as memory aids. As a person thumbs each bead, they are reminded of what prayers to say. (Also see Are Presbyterians Calvinists?)

What is the rosary? From the Latin word rosarium, the term “rosary” literally means “rose garden.” Some Catholics explain the term by saying that the prayer beads are like a “garden of prayers.” The rosary typical includes reciting the Lord’s Prayer, several Hail Mary prayers, and a doxology.

Key term | The Lord’s Prayer: The phrase “the Lord’s Prayer” refers to the instructions Christ gave to his disciples on the matter of prayer, as recorded in Matthew 6:9-13 and Luke 11:2-4. In some traditions, its called the “Pater Noster,” which means “Our Father,” and refers to the first two words of the prayer, i.e. “Our Father who are in heaven…”

The Lord’s Prayer as it appears in Luke 11:2-4 (NKJV) reads,

So He said to them, “When you pray, say:
Our Father in heaven,
Hallowed be Your name.
Your kingdom come. Your will be done.
On earth as it is in heaven.
Give us day by day our daily bread.
And forgive us our sins,
For we also forgive everyone who is indebted to us.
And do not lead us into temptation,
But deliver us from the evil one.”

What concerns Presbyterians about the rosary?

  • The theology of Mary: Presbyterians’ most important objection to the rosary is the theology related to Mary. Presbyterians have a high view of Mary’s role in Jesus’ life, her humility, obedience, devotion, and much more. However, they don’t venerate her like Roman Catholicism teaches. Presbyterians believe it’s wrong to pray to her, or any other saint, who is no longer living on the Earth.
  • Vain repetition: Interpretations of Jesus’ instruction to avoid “vain repetition” (KJV) or “babbling like pagans” (NIV) or “heap[ing] up empty phrases” (ESV) can vary slightly, but there is general agreement that the practice of the rosary violates this teaching. Presbyterians aren’t opposed to being persistent in prayer (e.g. 2 Cor. 12:8), but reject that idea that mindless, heartless repetition inclines God to a person or their petitions.

Key terms | Mariology / Mariolatry: The term “Mariology” refers to doctrine about Mary, especially in Roman Catholicism. An example is a doctrine called the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin, which states that Mary didn’t die physically but ascended into heaven like Elijah. The term “Mariolatry” refers to the worship of Mary, which some Presbyterians accuse the Catholic church of doing.

“Prayer is the chief exercise of faith.”

John Calvin
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Presbyterians don’t pray to saints

Like other Protestant Christians, Presbyterians respect followers of Christ who are no longer living on Earth. Their stories provide inspiration for living a life devoted to Christ, and their sermons, devotional writings, and Bible commentaries help them learn more about God and Scripture. But they don’t engage with them in prayer. (Also see How Often Do Presbyterians Take Communion?)

Key term | Saints: Presbyterians believe the term “saints” is synonymous with believers. They point out that in the New Testament the term refers to the Church as a whole (e.g. 2 Cor. 8:4). In the Catholic tradition, “saint” is a special designation that Church leaders bestow on a person who has lived a uniquely holy and devout life. Catholics exercise devotion to saints and prayer to them for help.

Though Presbyterians respect Mary, they don’t pray to her. Though they honor her, they don’t believe she is a mediator between believers and God.

Presbyterians don’t say the Hail Mary

The “Hail Mary” prayer states,

Hail, Mary, full of grace,
the Lord is with thee.
Blessed art thou amongst women
and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary, Mother of God,
pray for us sinners,
now and at the hour of our death.
Amen.

The first line comes from Luke 1:28. The KJV translation closely reflects the content of the prayer. The angel Gabriel is speaking to Mary in the passage:

“And the angel came in unto her, and said, Hail, thou that art highly favored, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women

The second line comes from Luke 1:42. The KJV translation closely reflects the content of the prayer. Elizabeth is speaking to Mary in the passage:

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“And she spake out with a loud voice, and said, Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb.”

The third line of the prayer isn’t in the Bible. Presbyterians argue that it’s unbiblical to call Mary the “Mother of God” and ask her to pray to God on behalf of people. Prayer, according to historic Presbyterian teaching, should be modeled after the Bible’s instructions.

The Church — even its leaders — may not import or impose additional or alternative doctrine on believers. The third line of the Hail Mary crosses a theological line to Presbyterians and other Protestants. (Also see Presbyterian Church USA vs Presbyterian Church in America: What’s the Difference?)

Key term | Marian devotion: The term “Marian Devotion” describes the practice of revering Mary, especially in relation to Roman Catholic belief and practice. Catholicism teaches that Mary is the “Mother of God” and has a type of maternal oversight over the Church.

“Blessed art thou among women.”

Elizabeth to her cousin Mary

Non-Catholics who use prayer beads

Roman Catholicism isn’t the only historic branch of the Christian faith that uses prayer beads. These beads aren’t necessarily “rosary” beads because the theology of the petitions is different. Others include:

  • Eastern Orthodoxy: Often called a “prayer rope,” the memory aid traditionally has 33 knots to reflect the years of life that Christ had on Earth. Some Eastern Orthodox call the prayer rope “the sword of Spirit” because prayer to God defeats the devil’s schemes.
  • Lutheranism: A small number of Lutherans use rosary beads, but they don’t say the Hail Mary prayer. For example, the “Wreath of Christ” is the product of the Swedish Lutheran Church. It has 18 beads called “pearls” as well as a crucifix. (Also see Presbyterian vs Lutheran: What’s the Difference?)
  • Anglicanism: Some Anglicans use rosaries for practical purposes (i.e. as memory aids), but don’t pray to saints no longer living on the Earth or to Mary. An example of the kind of prayers Anglicans say is called the “Cruciforms,” which describes the shape of a Christian cross:

Holy God,
Holy Almighty,
Holy Immortal One,
Have mercy upon me (us).

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Can Presbyterian use rosary? ›

Presbyterians don't use rosaries. The historic teaching of the Presbyterian tradition strongly objects to the practice of praying to saints, including Mary. While the rosary includes reciting the Lord's Prayer and a doxology, Presbyterians are convicted that there are other, more biblical ways, to pray.

Can Protestants use rosary beads? ›

Almost everyone has heard of the Catholic rosary, which is a vital element of Catholic worship. What many don't realize is that Protestants also have prayer beads in the form of the Anglican rosary.

What do Presbyterians and Catholics have in common? ›

The Roman Catholic and Presbyterian branches of the Christian faith trace their origins to Jesus of Nazareth and his apostles, as well as their writings that comprise most of the New Testament.

How are Presbyterians different? ›

Characteristics. Presbyterians distinguish themselves from other denominations by doctrine, institutional organisation (or "church order") and worship; often using a "Book of Order" to regulate common practice and order. The origins of the Presbyterian churches are in Calvinism.

Who do Presbyterians pray? ›

The Trinity - We trust in the one triune God, the Holy One of Israel, whom alone we worship and serve. Jesus Christ Is God - We trust in Jesus Christ, fully human, fully God.

Which religion uses rosaries? ›

In Roman Catholicism the rosary became a popular method of public and private prayer. The most common rosary is the one devoted to Mary, the Rosary of the Blessed Virgin, the prayers of which are recited with the aid of a chaplet, or rosary.

Do other denominations use the rosary? ›

The Rosary is sometimes prayed by other Christians, especially in Lutheranism, the Anglican Communion, and the Old Catholic Church. Another example of Rosary-based prayers includes the non-denominational Ecumenical Miracle Rosary, "a set of prayers and meditations which covers key moments in the New Testament."

How do you explain the rosary to a non Catholic? ›

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Do you have to be Catholic to use rosary? ›

Learning how to pray the rosary can bless and benefit your life, even if you're not Catholic — or not that religious at all.

What are the 2 Presbyterian denominations? ›

The Presbyterian Church USA (PCUSA) and the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) are the two largest Presbyterian denominations in the United States.

Do Presbyterians believe in speaking in tongues? ›

Presbyterians believe that certain spiritual gifts, like speaking in tongues, were only for the establishment of the Church in the first century and aren't operational for today. Sanctification refers to God's continual work in the lives of Christians, through the Spirit, after they are justified in Christ.

Is Presbyterian like Catholic? ›

Many of the religious movements that originated during the Protestant Reformation were more democratic in organization. Like other Protestant denominations, the Presbyterians were opposed to the hierarchy and religious teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.

What is Presbyterian in simple terms? ›

Presbyterian means belonging or relating to a Protestant church, found especially in Scotland or the United States, which is governed by a body of official people all of equal rank. ...

What do Presbyterians believe about the afterlife? ›

While different churches have varying views, Presbyterians commonly believe that when a person dies they will either be rewarded with eternal life in Heaven or punished with eternal life in Hell, based on the goodness of the life they led and the quality of their relationship with God.

What version of the Bible do Presbyterians use? ›

The King James Version (KJV) is the Bible translation that Presbyterians have used historically. However, in recent decades, many Presbyterians switched to the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV), the English Standard Version (ESV), or the New International Version (NIV) of the Bible.

Do Presbyterians believe in the Holy Spirit? ›

Presbyterians believe that the Bible teaches there is one God who exists in three persons: The Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit.

What is the Presbyterian view of salvation? ›

The Rev. Dirk Ficca, a Presbyterian minister in Chicago, said a majority of Presbyterians feel that "the God they know in Jesus" can bring salvation to non-Christians.

How are Presbyterians different from Baptists? ›

Baptists are those who believe that only those who have declared faith in Christ should be baptized. Presbyterians are those who believe that those who have declared faith in Christ as well as infants born into Christian families should be baptized.

Is praying the rosary biblical? ›

A: As you know the bible does "not" tell us to pray the Rosary because this form of prayer originated only during the middle ages. However, important elements of the Rosary are biblical and/or belong to the common Christian beliefs.

Who wrote the Hail Mary? ›

The closing petition came into general use during the 14th or 15th century and received its official formulation in the reformed breviary of Pope Pius V in 1568. Of the many musical settings of the prayer, the Ave Maria of Franz Schubert is perhaps the most widely known.

Who created the rosary? ›

A: Some people believe Saint Dominic to be the initiator and promoter of the rosary, and that he had received the rosary from Our Lady. In fact, it was Dominic of Prussia and Alanus de Rupe who were the actual pioneers of the rosary prayer. This happened in the fifteenth century. Dominic the Carthusian (St.

What religion uses worry beads? ›

They can be found in almost every culture and religion are well-known all around the world. Catholic rosaries, the prayer rope of Orthodox churches, Mt. Carmel monk's rosary, Irish marble worry stones, Buddhist, or Tibetan prayer beads (malas) are all examples of their use.

Do Lutherans use rosaries? ›

Lutherans follow a similar format of the rosary as the Roman Catholics, but pray the rosary in a manner considered faithful to the Gospel as expressed by Lutherans. The Lutheran Rosary is not prayed to Mary, but does include prayers of praise regarding Mary that come from Scripture.

When did the rosary come into existence? ›

According to Catholic tradition, the rosary was instituted by the Blessed Virgin Mary herself. In the 13th century, she is said to have appeared to St. Dominic (founder of the Dominicans), given him a rosary, and asked that Christians pray the Hail Mary, Our Father and Glory Be prayers instead of the Psalms.

Who did Mary gave rosary to? ›

According to a Dominican tradition, in 1208 the rosary was given to St. Dominic in an apparition by the Blessed Virgin Mary in the church of Prouille. This Marian apparition received the title of Our Lady of the Rosary.

Is the Hail Mary Biblical? ›

The prayer is based on two biblical episodes featured in the Gospel of Luke: the Angel Gabriel's visit to Mary (the Annunciation), and Mary's subsequent visit to Elisabeth, the mother of John the Baptist (the Visitation).

Why do Catholics worship Mary? ›

Roman Catholic views of the Virgin Mary as refuge and advocate of sinners, protector from dangers and powerful intercessor with her Son, Jesus are expressed in prayers, artistic depictions, theology, and popular and devotional writings, as well as in the use of religious articles and images.

Can you bless your own rosary? ›

Only a priest has the power to bless a rosary with these kinds of special spiritual help. However, you can bless your own rosary yourself with Holy water to bestow the beads with spiritual grace. Take your rosary with you to church.

What does giving a rosary mean? ›

Giving rosary beads as a gift means you are honoring a person's relationship with the Catholic faith. If you're looking for a meaningful and religious gift idea, a birthstone rosary works for many occasions such as: Religious Christmas gift for adults or children.

What is the secret of the Holy Rosary? ›

The Secret of the Rosary is a book about the Holy Rosary written by Saint Louis de Montfort, a French priest and Catholic saint who died in 1716. The English translation of the book bears the Imprimatur of Archbishop Thomas E. Molloy of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn.

What is the most conservative Presbyterian denomination? ›

The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) is the second-largest Presbyterian church body, behind the Presbyterian Church (USA), and the largest conservative Calvinist denomination in the United States. The PCA is Reformed in theology and presbyterian in government.

What are Presbyterians known for? ›

Presbyterians are distinctive in two major ways. They adhere to a pattern of religious thought known as Reformed theology and a form of government that stresses the active, representational leadership of both ministers and church members. Theology is a way of thinking about God and God's relation to the world.

Why did the Presbyterian Church split? ›

In 1861, Presbyterians in the Southern United States split from the denomination because of disputes over slavery, politics, and theology precipitated by the American Civil War. They established the Presbyterian Church in the United States, often simply referred to as the "Southern Presbyterian Church".

What's the difference between Methodist and Presbyterian? ›

The main difference between Methodist and Presbyterian beliefs are that Methodists reject the Calvinist belief of predestination whereas Presbyterians settle for it. Moreover, the Methodist is built on the ancient governing order of bishops and Presbyterians have a distinctive style of leadership by elders.

Do Presbyterians believe in predestination? ›

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This largest branch of Presbyterianism views predestination as a foundational belief, but it does not force followers to adhere to it, according to Douglass, a professor emerita at Princeton Theological Seminary and former president of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches.

Are all Presbyterian churches Calvinist? ›

In the United States today, one large denomination, the Presbyterian Church in America, is unapologetically Calvinist. But in the last 30 years or so, Calvinists have gained prominence in other branches of Protestantism, and at churches that used to worry little about theology.

Why do Presbyterians sprinkle? ›

Presbyterians baptize infants by sprinkling their heads with water because young children can't be fully immersed. Many Presbyterian churches and ministers are willing to perform full-immersion baptisms for adults, but some churches are limited in doing so because they don't have baptismal tanks only founts.

Do Presbyterians take communion? ›

Many Christian denominations like Presbyterianism have unique beliefs and practices regarding communion. Many Presbyterians churches take communion every week. Others take it “frequently,” which may mean once or twice a month, depending on the preferences of the denomination or individual church.

Can Presbyterians take communion in Catholic church? ›

Presbyterians can't receive the Eucharist in a Roman Catholic Mass. Catholicism teaches that Presbyterians aren't part of the true church (1 Cor. 10:17) and to partake in the bread and cup would be to invite judgment upon themselves, even death (1 Cor. 11:29).

Who is the founder of Presbyterian Church? ›

The Presbyterian Church established itself in the Cleveland area in 1807, among the earliest Protestant denominations, and developed rapidly. Presbyterianism originated in the 16th-century Protestant Reformation and the teachings of John Calvin of Switzerland and John Knox of Scotland.

Is the Church of Scotland the same as Presbyterian? ›

The Church of Scotland is Presbyterian in its structure, governed by a system of local, regional and national 'courts' or councils. 'Presbyterian' government refers to the sharing of authority in the church by an equal number of 'elders' (elected from the membership of the church) and ministers.

Do Presbyterians believe in drinking alcohol? ›

Because the Bible does not expressly forbid the consumption of alcohol, The Presbyterian Church does not consider drinking moderate amounts of alcohol to be classified as a sin. However, reaching a state of drunkenness is frowned upon, and is vigorously discouraged among practicing Presbyterians.

How do Presbyterians define sin? ›

Presbyterians are followers of Jesus Christ who gather around the concept of God's grace. We believe that all people struggle with sin, but in Jesus Christ, God has reached into our sinful state to forgive and save us.

How long is a Presbyterian funeral service? ›

Presbyterian funerals are not overly long. The general duration is between 30 and 60 minutes.

Where do souls go after death? ›

Typically, these traditions locate hell in another dimension or under the earth's surface and often include entrances to hell from the land of the living. Other afterlife destinations include purgatory and limbo.

Does the Presbyterian Church have female pastors? ›

The Presbyterian Church in America does not ordain women.

What are the Presbyterian sacraments? ›

Presbyterians, like many Protestant Christian denominations, observe two sacraments that are central to worship and living out our faith. The Sacrament of Baptism and the Sacrament of Communion (Lord's Supper) are ways to help make real and affirming the promises of God's grace-filled presence in our lives.

How many books are in the Presbyterian Bible? ›

Protestant Bibles comprise 39 books of the Old Testament (according to the Jewish Hebrew Bible canon, known especially to non-Protestants as the protocanonical books) and the 27 books of the New Testament for a total of 66 books.

Can a Presbyterian marry a Catholic in a Catholic church? ›

Weddings in which both parties are Catholic Christians are ordinarily held in a Catholic church, while weddings in which one party is a Catholic Christian and the other party is a non-Catholic Christian can be held in a Catholic church or a non-Catholic Christian church.

Can Presbyterians take communion in Catholic church? ›

Presbyterians can't receive the Eucharist in a Roman Catholic Mass. Catholicism teaches that Presbyterians aren't part of the true church (1 Cor. 10:17) and to partake in the bread and cup would be to invite judgment upon themselves, even death (1 Cor. 11:29).

Do Presbyterians believe in the gifts of the Holy Spirit? ›

Presbyterians are Protestant, Calvinist (also known as Reformed), and believe certain gifts of the Holy Spirit, like speaking in tongues, were only for the establishment of the Church in the first century. What are the largest denominations in the tradition?

How are Presbyterians different from Baptists? ›

Baptists are those who believe that only those who have declared faith in Christ should be baptized. Presbyterians are those who believe that those who have declared faith in Christ as well as infants born into Christian families should be baptized.

How do you convert to Presbyterian? ›

  1. 1 To Become Presbyterian.
  2. 2 Accept Jesus Christ as your savior. ...
  3. 3 Promise to be and to obey Christ's. ...
  4. 4 Witness within your community. ...
  5. 5 Check out the Presbyterian Church USA's. ...
  6. 6 Join a Presbyterian Church.
  7. 7 Join a congregation by baptism. ...
  8. 8 Meet with the session.
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What religion is similar to Catholicism? ›

Catholics, especially white, non-Hispanic Catholics, name Protestantism as the faith that is most similar to Catholicism. Interestingly, Catholics see greater similarities between Catholicism and Protestantism than do Protestants. After Protestantism, Catholics see Judaism as most like their faith.

Does the Catholic Church recognize Protestant marriages? ›

It's also important to note that the Catholic Church considers marriages of baptized Protestants to be valid marriages as well.

What are the two sacraments in the Presbyterian Church? ›

Presbyterians, like many Protestant Christian denominations, observe two sacraments that are central to worship and living out our faith. The Sacrament of Baptism and the Sacrament of Communion (Lord's Supper) are ways to help make real and affirming the promises of God's grace-filled presence in our lives.

What do you call a Presbyterian minister? ›

In some denominations they are called Ministers of Word and Sacrament, and in others they are called Teaching Elders. Ministers called to a particular congregation are called pastors, and serve a function analogous to clergy in other denominations.

Do Presbyterians believe in the Eucharist? ›

According to Presbyterian Eucharistic theology, there is no actual "transubstantiation" in the bread and wine, but that Jesus is spiritually present in the elements of the Eucharist, authentically present in the non-atom-based substance, with which they believe that he is con-substantial with God in the Trinity.

What is the Presbyterian view of salvation? ›

The Rev. Dirk Ficca, a Presbyterian minister in Chicago, said a majority of Presbyterians feel that "the God they know in Jesus" can bring salvation to non-Christians.

What are Presbyterians known for? ›

Presbyterians are distinctive in two major ways. They adhere to a pattern of religious thought known as Reformed theology and a form of government that stresses the active, representational leadership of both ministers and church members. Theology is a way of thinking about God and God's relation to the world.

What version of the Bible do Presbyterians use? ›

The King James Version (KJV) is the Bible translation that Presbyterians have used historically. However, in recent decades, many Presbyterians switched to the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV), the English Standard Version (ESV), or the New International Version (NIV) of the Bible.

Do Presbyterians believe Jesus is God? ›

Do Presbyterians believe the Son is God? Yes, Presbyterians believe that Jesus of Nazareth is the incarnate second person of the Trinity. Common verses used to support this doctrine include, John 1:1, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.”

Why do Presbyterians sprinkle? ›

Presbyterians baptize infants by sprinkling their heads with water because young children can't be fully immersed. Many Presbyterian churches and ministers are willing to perform full-immersion baptisms for adults, but some churches are limited in doing so because they don't have baptismal tanks only founts.

What type of religion is Presbyterian? ›

The Presbyterian Church is a Protestant Christian religious denomination that was founded in the 1500s. Control of the Church is divided between the clergy and the congregants. Many of the religious movements that originated during the Protestant Reformation were more democratic in organization.

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