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Rosary Beads Scented Rose Wood With Holy Sand
Rosary Beads Scented Rose Wood With Holy Sand

    Rosary Beads Scented Rose Wood With Holy Sand

    USD 8.00

      Rosary Beads Scented Rose Wood With Holy Sand

      he Rosaries are made of Wooden Beads and are linked with brass metal links. The beads are artificially scented and the Crucifix & the Pendants are also made of Metal. The Rosary boxes are made of durable plastic with Virgin Marys pictures on them and a prayer to Our Lady in the bottom cover. Each dozen comes with 6 different pictures of Our Lady exactly as shown. Sold as lot of 12 rosaries in individual boxes.

      Please note: We will pack the rosaries very securely, however during its long travel, and sometimes mishandling by the courier guys, the boxes may be cracked and we cannot guarantee perfection with the boxes. Also note these rosaries are not made in Jerusalem and not from Jerusalem but are meant to remind us about the Holy Land. Please have the rosaries blessed by a priest before use.

      • Beads size - of 6 mm dia
      • Average Rosary Length - 18"
      • Drop - 4" ( 10 cm)
      • Crucifix - 1.5" x 0.8" ( 4cm x 2.25cm)
      • Jerusalem Cross Pendant

      Rosary is a prayer article used especially in the Catholic Church named for the string of prayer beads used to count the component prayers. The prayers that essentially compose the Rosary are arranged in sets of ten Hail Marys with each set preceded by one Lords Prayer and followed by one Glory Be. During recitation of each set, known as a decade, thought is given to one of the Mysteries of the Rosary, which recall events in the lives of Jesus and Mary. Normally, five decades are recited in a session. Other prayers are sometimes added after each decade (in particular, the Fátima Prayer) and before (in particular, the Apostles Creed), and after (in particular, the Hail, Holy Queen) the five decades taken as a whole. The rosary as a material object is an aid towards saying these prayers in the proper sequence.