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the luminous mysteries (script and credits)

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THE LUMINOUS MYSTERIES
I \u2013 The Baptism of Jesus

JOHN: Repent for the Kingdom of Heaven is near. Pave way for the Lord is coming.
PERSON: Then, are you Christ?
JOHN: You hoard of snakes. Someone will come who is greater than I am. That I am not even

worthy to carry his sandals. I baptize you with water yet he will baptize you with the holy spirit

and with eternal fire.
(Jesus walks towards John)
JESUS: John, I need to be baptized.
JOHN: I ought to be baptized by you and yet you have come to me.
JESUS: Let it be so for now. For in this way we shall do all that God requires.
JOHN: Come, my Lord.
(John baptizes Jesus. Jesus came out of the water and a dove descended from the heaven.)
GOD: This is my own dear Son, with whom I am pleased.

II \u2013 The Wedding in Cana

(Everybody is busy at the wedding. Mary overheard the conversation of the 2 servants)
SERVANT 1: We ran out of wine.
SERVANT 2: Let us seek for more before the in charge of the feast finds out about it.
(Mary went to Jesus.)
MARY: They ran out of wine.
JESUS: You must not tell me what to do. My time has not yet come.
(Mary went to the servants)
Mary: Do whatever he tells you.
JESUS: Fill this jar with water.
(The servant fill the jar with water.)
JESUS: Now draw some water out and take it to the man in charge of the feast.
(The servant went to the man in charge.)
SERVANT 1: My Lord.
MAN IN CHARGE: (drinks the wine) Hmmmm. (approaches the bridegroom) Everyone else serves

the best wine first, and after the guests have drunk a lot, he serves the ordinary wine. But you
have kept the best wine until now!
(Mary and Jesus were smiling while observing the man in charge and the bridegroom.)
III \u2013 The Proclamation of the Kingdom of God
(Jesus was talking to an audience)
JESUS: The right time has come and the Kingdom of Heaven is near! Turn away from your sins
and believe the good news.

NARRATOR: Jesus went all over Galilee, teaching in the Synagogues, preaching the good news
about the Kingdom, and healing people who had all kinds of disease and sickness. The news
about him spread through the whole country of Syria, so that people brought him all those who

were sick, suffering from all kinds of diseases and disorders: people with demons, and epileptics
and paralytics \u2013 and Jesus healed them all.
IV \u2013 The Transfiguration
NARRATOR: Jesus took with him Peter, James and John and led them up a high mountain, where

they were alone.
(Jesus become shining white and was talking to Moses and Elijah.)
PETER: My Lord, let us stay here! We will make three tents, one for you, one for Moses and one

for Elijah.
(fade to black)
(flash and voice over) GOD: This is my own dear Son \u2013 listen to him!

V \u2013 The Last Supper
JESUS: I have wanted so much to eat this Passover meal with you before I suffer. For I tell you, I

will never eat it until it is given its full meaning in the Kingdom of God
(Jesus took a cup)
JESUS: Take this and share it among yourselves. I tell that from now on I will not drink this wine

until the Kingdom of God comes.
(Jesus puts down the cup and takes a piece of bread)
JESUS: This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in memory of me.
(Jesus broke the bread and gave it to his disciples. Then, he took the cup.)
JESUS: This cup is God\u2019s new covenant sealed with my blood, which is poured out for you.

In Marialis Cultus (1974), Pope Paul VI proposed principles for the renewal of Marian devotion,
speaking at length on the Rosary. Since that time, practical suggestions have come from a
number of groups.

The German Liturgical Institute was eventually asked its opinion about instituting a fourth series
of Rosary mysteries, The Public Life of Jesus. A Marian group in Leutsdorf, Germany then
requested permission to officially institute a fourth series of mysteries that had been suggested
by Rev. Benno Mikocki of Vienna, the head of the Rosary/Reparation Way of the Cross
movement.

The letter of the Liturgical Institute noted that an attempt had been made to promote these
mysteries over twenty years ago in the national German prayerbook,Gotte sl ob. This attempt
had found little echo from the people. The letter indicated that such devotions have to come
from among the people rather than "from the top down." Dr. Elmar Nubold, director of the
Liturgical Institute, commented that the three sets of mysteries, with their concise formulations,
had proven effective over the years. Nevertheless, new suggestions should be taken into
account. Rev. Josef Schultheiss concluded from the Liturgical Institute's response that it was now
up to the individual communities and movements to do what they could to further this intention
in order to achieve their aim over a longer period of time.

In Rosarium Virginis Mariae (2002), John Paul II proposed the Luminous mysteries below as an
"addition to the traditional pattern." (RVM, 19)

The mysteries of light are placed between the Joyful and sorrowful mysteries. Each one of the
Luminous mysteries sheds light on an important aspect of Christ's mission: He is son of the
Father, the miracle worker, announcer of the Kingdom, the transfigured Son of god, and living

bread or Eucharistic presence. He is God's light for this world. These new mysteries are
extensively treated in John Paul II's letter on the rosary.
CAST
Jesus
Markwil Cania
\u201cThe Baptism of Jesus\u201d
John
Joel Christian Canieso
People

Levi Dean Uy
Mohammad Buansay
Edessa Joy Masocol

\u201cThe Wedding in Cana\u201d
Servant 1
Antonette Melecio
Servant 2
Bethany Jane Isidro
Mary
Edessa Joy Masocol
Disciple
Joel Christian Canieso
Man in Charge
Levi Dean Uy
Bridegroom
Mohammad Buansay
Bride
Elizabeth Ann Bernido
\u201cThe Proclamation of the Kingdom of God\u201d
Disciple
Joel Christian Canieso
People

Edessa Joy Masocol
Antonette Melecio
Elizabeth Ann Bernido
Mohammad Buansay
Levi Dean Uy

\u201cThe Transfiguration\u201d
Peter
Joel Christian Canieso
James
Antonette Melecio
John
Edessa Joy Masocol
Moses
Levi Dean Uy
Elijah
Mohammad Buansay
\u201cThe Last Supper\u201d
Disciples

Joel Christian Canieso
Levi Dean Uy
Mohammad Buansay

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