"Beads of Joy" by Rosary Man Jim

May 12, 2017

St. Vincent de Paul parishioner Jim Dacey Jr. ("Rosary Man Jim") writes and shares about the gospel, other scriptural Rosary reflection topics, life experiences and how it relates to our faith...


  • Veronica RPosted on 5/28/18

    What a blessing I encounter through Best Lent Sever this year. Reading Jim’s responses to others filled my own desire to continue in spreading God’s Word. When Jim gave us the opportunity to follow his blog I immediately jumped on the opportunity. This is what we need more of as Mathew Kelly shared with us too; passion, desire and love to spread God’s messages with others. Thank you Jim for teaching us through your reflections, I have become more intentional in my readings. God bless! ✨

  • Linda CarmellePosted on 5/28/18

    .Thank You for helping us correlate scripture readings with practical examples of how we can fully receive and live out the divine Word of God in our own lives daily. The blog,emails, podcasts,and even Best Lent Ever,have been a ways to evangelize and renew the faith of many in this global catholic community you have embraced with the knowledge and experience of a modern day disciple. May the Father,Son, and Holy Spirit bless you on your journey ,giving you the will and strength to continue working toward your goal of becoming a priest,while inspiring all catholics on their own personal journey too!

  • Karen TPosted on 5/28/18

    I enjoy reading Jim's comments on the daily Gospels. He is part of my daily routine and often sets my mind to wondering and focusing more on the way of Christ Jesus. I enjoy the links to the daily rosary and some of the explanatory videos that he provides. I think God has truly gifted him with a mission! He also responds to comments and questions by email; a winning situation all around.

  • Karen ZwisslerPosted on 5/28/18

    As Christians, it is important for us to reflect on key messages in the Bible to reiterate our purpose of sharing the Word of God on Earth.
    Several verses in Scripture tell us clearly that God expects us to spread His Word to everyone in the world. From reading JIM’s daily blog, there can be no doubt that he shows us we as Christians have an essential duty to fulfill on earth.
    God has been very clear in His Word that He wants us to go forth and spread the Word.
    Mark 16:15 NKJV
    “And He said to them, ‘Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.'”
    Jim writes about the Gospel, shares personal stores, share reflections on Our Blessed Mother, guides, educates, inspires, and most of all....shares God's word. He has strengthen my faith which has been a powerful thing.

  • Jan MartinezPosted on 5/27/17

    You are bringing the WORD of God alive! At the same time feeding that hunger in our souls we need so desperately! Being Catholic is like being a member of a very special Family! You open the doors to the Gospel for us to see plainly what Jesus is saying! Just what he needs us to know. The Holy Spirit is working through you to nurture us! God Bless you Brother!!

  • A. J. PicognaPosted on 5/12/17

    This is tremendous! It is so easy to see that you are on fire with the Holy Spirit. Move forward continuously because there is so much that needs to be said to all, Catholics, "sometimes" Catholics, and non-Catholics. Coming from a layman the message carries untold power and weight, Many blessings always!