Rosaries and chaplets

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Pro-Life Rosary

Pro-Life Rosary

The Pro-Life rosary has the same number of beads as any other rosary, but the colours have special meaning.
– Purple is for the Passion of Christ
– Aqua is for Mother Mary
– Red is for the blood spilled
– Black is for all the medical professionals who participate in abortion
– Blue is for the law
– Green is for hope
There are also additional prayers that one adds along with the normal rosary prayers. This pro-life rosary will come with the prayers and instructions.

Glass beads, base metal. $14.00.
Etsy link to Pro-Life Rosary.

Blue Aventurine Rosary

Blue Aventurine Rosary

This rosary is made from semi-precious blue aventurine beads that are a beautiful shade of deep purple. The Virgin Mary adorns the three-way connector, and the Crucified Christ has a halo above His head.

Base metal, blue aventurine. $20.00.
Etsy link to Blue Aventurine Rosary.

Chaplet to St. Gabriel the Archangel

Chaplet to St. Gabriel the Archangel

These beads are used to say the Chaplet to St. Gabriel the Archangel.

Glass pearls, base metal. $10.00.
Etsy link for Chaplet to St. Gabriel the Archangel.

Little Flower Rosary

Little Flower Rosary

This chaplet is said to St. Therese of the Little Flower. It must be recited for five successive days, before eleven o’clock in the morning.
The twenty-four Glory Be beads are in thanksgiving for the twenty-four years that St. Therese lived.
It is said that everyone who recites this chaplet for nine to twenty-four mornings will receive the sign of a rose as proof that the petition has been granted. The rose may not always be visible–many have been granted special graces after praying this chaplet.
Made with rose-pink glass pearls.

Glass pearls, base metal medal, base metal findings. $10.00.
Etsy link to Little Flower Rosary.

Chaplet to St. Patrick

Chaplet to St. Patrick

These beads are used to pray the Chaplet of St. Patrick of Ireland. They are a long-standing part of the Celtic/Green Catholic tradition!

Glass pearls, base metal medallion, base metal findings. $10.00.
Etsy link to Chaplet to St. Patrick.

The Angelic Trisagion

The Angelic Trisagion

The Angelic Trisagion is named for the hymn of praise that the angels sing to God in heaven, also known as the Thrice Holy Hymn: “Holy God, Holy Strong One, Holy Immortal One, have mercy on us.”
The chaplet does not require a medallion, but the addition of one makes the rounds easier to keep track of. The trefoil has long been a symbol of the Holy Trinity, whom this chaplet praises.
These beads are used to pray the Angelic Trisagion chaplet, which incorporates the Thrice-Holy Hymn.

Glass pearls, base metal medallion, base metal findings. $10.00.
Etsy link to The Angelic Trisagion.

Chaplet of St. Michael the Archangel

Chaplet of St. Michael the Archangel

St. Michael himself appeared to Antonia d’Astonac and told her to make this chaplet, to honour him with nine salutations to each of the choirs of angels.
Whoever prays this chaplet regularly will have, when approaching the Holy Table, an escort of one angel from each choir.
Whoever prays this chaplet daily receives St. Michael’s continued assistance through life, and deliverance from purgatory for the prayer and the prayer’s family.
These beads are used to pray one of Catholicism’s most well-known and powerful chaplets.

Glass  beads, base metal medallion, base metal findings. $10.00.
Etsy link to Chaplet of St. Michael.

Chaplet of Conversion

Chaplet of Conversion

The Virgin Mary Herself requested this chaplet for the conversion of souls. She revealed it to a person in Ireland; thus the Celtic cross and green beads.

Glass pearls, base metal cross, base metal findings. $10.00.
Etsy link to Chaplet of Conversion.

Chaplet - St. Raphael the Archangel

Chaplet - St. Raphael the Archangel

These beads are used to say the Chaplet to St. Raphael the Archangel.

Glass pearls, base metal medallion, base metal findings. $10.00.
Etsy link to Chaplet – St. Raphael the Archangel.

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