Franciscan Crown (Or Seraphic Rosary.)
And a Spanish song about Our Lady's Joys
From today I wish to sing only to the Lady in whom God wished to become incarnated to enable us to inherit eternal life.
And I wish to begin recalling how she was greeted by Gabriel "Blessed Virgen, behold, you are now with child from God."
And I wish to recall how she went to Bethlehem and gave birth to Jesus and placed him in a manger amongst animals.
And I wish not to forget how the angels sang "Peace on earth" and how the three Kings came from foreign lands over seas to make their offering.
I also wish to relate what Magdalen told her about the angel at the door of the tomb, who had said that Christ had resurrected.
And I also wish to reveal the gladness she felt when she beheld her Son ascend to heaven within a cloud.
I cannot fail to recount how both she and the apostles received the grace of God to enable them to preach.
And, for God's sake, I must not remain silent about how she was crowned when her son chose to take her to heaven.