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Birthstone Rosary - January

…Our Lady of Grace, the depiction of Our Blessed Mother with rays of graces pouring from her outstretched hands on those who ask for them, and a crown of twelve stars as Queen of Heaven. The crucifix and Marian centerpiece reminds us of the daily call to prayer through the spiritual weapon of the…

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Little Crown of the Blessed Virgin Mary Chaplet

…classic, True Devotion to Mary . Find instructions on How to Pray the Little Crown of the Blessed Virgin Mary .   Pink and blue glass chaplet Immaculate Conception medal Unique devotional  Italian design Rose centerpiece Chaplet: 8" (L) Faceted Czech glass beads: 8mm Silver oxidized…

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Ruby Red Sterling Silver Rosary

…the Miraculous Medal combined with the Sacred Heart of Jesus. A sterling silver crucifix has an elaborate grapes and wheat pattern with an intricate crown placed above Our Lord's head. A truly stunning rosary that incorporates rich Catholic symbolism.  Ruby red sterling silver rosary A fine…

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Sorrowful Bronzed Angel, 10 inch

…Angel” statue are the words “Be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life”. This cold-cast bronze statue has delicate angelic features along with intricately fashioned roses and a dove incorporating the Holy Spirit. The statue can be displayed inside or outside…

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Miraculous Prayer to the Little Flower Prayercard (Pack of 100)

…petition the blessings of which I stand in greatest need, especially...(here mention your intension.) Shower upon me your promised roses of virtue and grace. Dear St. Therese, so that swiftly advancing in sanctity and perfect love of neighbor, I may someday receive the crown of life eternal. Amen.

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Saint Therese Little Flower Ball Cap

Sport this cap as a casual yet feminine addition to any outfit. A delicate rose, the well-known symbol of St. Therese's powerful intercession, comes embroidered onto a crisp white background. Bring your love for Therese, the Little Flower, with you as you go about your day; and…

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St. Rose of Lima, First Flower of America

…name Rose instead of her given name, Isabel. Years later, she received the name Rose at her Confirmation. [adbutler zone_id="207190"] Saint Rose of Lima is often pictured with a crown of roses; during her life she was known to wear a crown of metal spikes concealed under her garland of roses.  To…

Bring flowers of the fairest, bring flow...

Bring flowers of the fairest, bring flow...

…and vale; Our full hearts are swelling, our glad voices telling The praise of the loveliest, rose of the vale. O Mary! We crown thee with blossoms today, Queen of the Angels, Queen of the May, O Mary! We crown thee with blossoms today, Queen of the Angels, Queen of the May. #MayCrowning #VirginMary

Three Sacramentals Instituted by the Blessed Virgin Mary

…mysteries as meditations on the life and Passion of Christ. It was then called the 'rosary' because each time it's prayed Mary receives a crown of roses.  The Brown Scapular Mary, under the title of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, gave the brown scapular to St. Simon Stock, a Carmelite, in the year 1251. …

May is the Month of Mary! How are you ho...

May is the Month of Mary! How are you ho...

…and woodland And hillside and vale; Our full hearts are swelling, Our glad voices telling The praise of the loveliest Rose of the vale. O Mary! we crown thee with blossoms today, Queen of the Angels, Queen of the May, O Mary! we crown thee with blossoms today, Queen of the Angels, Queen of the May.

Three Sacramentals Instituted by the Blessed Virgin Mary

…(the Joyful, Sorrowful, and Glorious mysteries).  It is called the 'rosary' because each time it's prayed, we adorn Our Lady with a heavenly crown of roses. See How to Pray the Rosary Beginner’s Guide The Brown Scapular Mary, under the title of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, gave the brown scapular to St.…

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The Connection Between St. Faustina and Fatima

…Lady and in her hand was her Immaculate Heart. (It was Our Lady of Fatima, with her Immaculate Heart in her left hand, without sword or roses, but with a crown of thorns and flames). Under the left arm of the cross, large letters, as if of crystal clear water which ran down upon the altar, formed…

Unconventional Marian Garden Ideas

…a patch of pansies might be swallowed up in an open yard, they are nestled perfectly in this corner. We love the idea, not to mention the hydrangea crown and Marian blue paint job.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_11751" align="aligncenter" width="478"] Even if you live in a town home or apartment,…

What is the meaning of the Advent Wreath?

…is called Gaudete (Rejoice) Sunday. On this day we celebrate that our waiting for Christmas is almost over. Rose is a liturgical color that is used to signify joy, so we light the rose candle on the third Sunday of Advent. Traditionally, each of the four candles on an Advent wreath has their own…

12 Inspiring Religious Paintings & Their Meanings

…idea. God the Father is painted as an old man, representing wisdom; both the Father and the Son are shown in the act of crowning the head of the Virgin with a garland of roses. The Holy Spirit is portrayed in the traditional form of a white dove. These three persons are presented at the same height,…

Information about the Rosary

…glass, rose petals, and wood. Rosaries can be any color, shape, or size. How do I pray the rosary? In his book The Secret of the Rosary , Saint Louis De Montfort says, "Every time people say the Rosary devoutly they place on the heads of Jesus and Mary 153 white roses and sixteen red roses. Being…

Why YOU Need an Advent Wreath

…is called Gaudete (Rejoice) Sunday. On this day we celebrate that our waiting for Christmas is almost over. Rose is a liturgical color that is used to signify joy, so we light the rose candle on the third Sunday of Advent. Traditionally, each of the four candles on an Advent wreath has their own…

Don't Start Christmas without Advent: Here's Everything You Need to Know!

…is called Gaudete (Rejoice) Sunday. On this day we celebrate that our waiting for Christmas is almost over. Rose is a liturgical color that is used to signify joy, so we light the rose candle on the third Sunday of Advent. The 4 Weeks of Advent Traditionally, each of the four candles on an Advent…

The Advent Wreath Tradition & Meaning

…of Advent is called Gaudete (Rejoice) Sunday. On this day we celebrate that our waiting for the birth of Jesus on Christmas day is almost over. Rose is a liturgical color that is used to signify joy, so we light the single pink candle on the third Sunday of Advent. Then on the fourth Sunday of…

A Pilgrim's View of St. Mary Major Roman Basilica

…summer heat on August 5, 352 A.D. The event is commemorated every year on August 5th, the feast day of the dedication of the basilica, when white rose petals are dropped from the dome of the church. Pope Sixtus III then had the church restored/rebuilt to commemorate the declaration of Mary's Divine…

St. Philomena the Wonder-Worker: Her Story in Her Own Words

…in full view of the multitude upon the riverbank. I came back unharmed, not even wet, after being plunged with the heavy anchor. When a cry of joy rose from the debauchers on the shore, and so many embraced Christianity by proclaiming their belief in my God, Diocletian attributed my preservation to…

What St. John Vianney Taught About the Value of Suffering

…are miserable when they have none. The Christian lives in the midst of crosses, as the fish lives in the sea. Look at St. Catherine; she has two crowns, that of purity and that of martyrdom: how happy she is, that dear little saint, to have chosen to suffer rather than to consent to sin! There was…

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