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St. Francis of Assisi Cincture Cord [Brown]

The wearing of a cord or cincture is of very ancient origin dating back to the middle ages. The faithful wear a cord or cincture in honor of a saint, to keep in mind some special grace or favor which they hope to obtain through his or her intercession. Designed to wear around the waist,…

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White Cord of St. Joseph

…seven knots at the other end after the cord has been tied and falls at the waist. The seven knots are represent the Seven Sorrows and Seven Joys of St. Joseph. Instructional pamphlet included. This cincture has not been blessed by a Catholic priest. Cord of St. Joseph Worn for special graces…

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Cincture [Purple]

Handmade pure cotton cincture with tasseled ends. Strong and durable. Available in all church liturgical colors and black. Cotton Cincture Handmade Variety of Liturgical Colors Available Tasseled Ends 14 feet/168 inches long Diameter of the Cord is Approx 0.375 inch Diameter of the Tassel is Approx…

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The Story Behind the Making of the Official Fatima Statue

The Story Behind the Making of the Official Fatima Statue

…added another detail, one I had not heard of: “She always had a cord with a little ball of light,” she said, indicating an imaginary pendant around the neck falling to about the waistline. It was this detail that was mistaken for a cord and tassel after the first investigations in 1917. Irmã Dores…

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