Popular single freshwater pearl, tiny bronze cross on the clasp.
New Item for Nashville Catholic Women’s Conference. Sandalwood bead necklace with all the beads of the Catholic rosary including a bronze Miraculous medal. Great model for it, isn’t she?!
Simple and elegant olive wood from Bethlehem and sandalwood from India. Single decade rosary bracelet. Very popular item! Great price!
Clay beads made in Jamaica at Mustard Seed Communities.
Using it for special prayers for child.
Lord, you love our child as You love all children,
Bring healing to our child who is not well.
Stay by his side and comfort him through this trying time.
Keep us ever mindful of Your loving presence
Bless us with Your powerful healing and comfort us also.
Thank You for hearing our prayer!
WHERE DID THE HAIL MARY COME FROM?
The “Hail Mary” is a prayer of devotion to the blessed Mother Mary and her Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, our savior. The “Hail Mary” prayer comes from the words of the angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary and Elizabeth’s greeting to Mary. The “Hail Mary” falls into two parts:
The first part is taken from St. Luke chapter 1, starting at verse 28 and St. Luke chapter one and verse 42, the name of Jesus was added to explain the meaning of these verses taken right out of the Bible. In the middle ages this part of the “Hail Mary” had been said this way for 700 years.
The second part of the “Hail Mary” is a petition: Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and in the hour of our death. Amen. Here we ask the blessed Mother to pray for us. The words “Mother of God” were doctrine settled at the Council at Ephesus in the year 431. In 1495 in the English Calender of Shepherds printed these words to complete the “Hail Mary”. asking the Virgin Mother to pray for us in life and at the hour of our death when time changes to eternity.
October 7th – Feast of the Holy Rosary
I just love this little bracelet. The charm is a tiny cherub angel charm. It has been given as a gift to many mothers. I made one this morning with the new sandalwood beads that came in from India yesterday. The beads are always so beautiful, and so alluring when they come in the big package from India.
I was so touched and humbled this morning to make this bracelet for a friend of mine who is giving it to a friend. The story of this woman’s child is so tragic. My heart is broken for her and I said special prayers for the family as I made the bracelet.
What else is there but to be here for each other? I feel so blessed to be part of all of this. Thank you for this order G.
My prayers are for her today.