How can you possibly say the rosary is not liturgical? It follows the 3 seasons Advent, Lent and Pentecost.
Is the Rosary Confraternity now run by traditionalists? the SSPX? CMRI? Christ the King? Pius V?
Have you gotten a hold of the Confraternity's old literature from say 70-100 years ago to see how it reads?
Even if it reads the same, what you put forth is merely their minimum requirement.
I merely gave the formula Rome put forth in centuries past, you know the one the saints followed, and yes I'll bet many of them prayed all 15 decades long before Fatima.
This is a traditional site and I only put forth tradition.
P.S. It really helps with meditating on the season.
I registered with the Confraternity with Dominicans aligned with the SSPX, so yes traditional.
I’m not trying to argue, but there’s different ways to say the Rosary. There’s the regular method with the Creed, the Pater, three Aves, etc. Then there’s the Dominican form which starts with the Adiutorum and the Gloria Patri. Both are valid.
Our Lady of Pompeii gave the 54 day Rosary novena back long before V2 which is 3 novenas of alternating Mysterties in petition and 3 in thanksgiving. And that’s valid.
Or you could recite it in line with the liturgical year. That’s valid.
These are suggestions. You can pray the Angelus at 1pm or midnight or whenever even though it’s traditionally prayed at noon. And that’s valid.
What I mean by that it isn’t liturgical is that these are suggestions. And they all are fine. For liturgy, priests must wear the right vestments, have their chalice, paten etc, celebrate the proper feast.
Say the Assumption is on a Tuesday. Normally people would be saying Sorrowful on Tuesday. Or you could say Glorious. Both are fine.