The second Luminous Mystery of the Rosary focuses on Jesus Christ's transforming water into wine at a wedding in the city of Cana in Galilee. As of 2015, the exact location of Cana is debated by biblical scholars and archaeologists.
The wedding at Cana is described in the Gospel of John 2:1-11. Christian tradition holds that it was the birthplace of St. Bartholomew, one of the 12 Apostles, and that it was where Jesus Christ performed his first public miracle. Possible candidates for the location of Cana include the modern Arab villages of Kafr Kanna, Kenet-I-Jalil and Qana in southern Lebanon.