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This chaplet begins with a beautifully detailed silver oxidized crucifix, followed by three sets of 3 (9 total) 8mm faceted green aventurine beads and ends with an Italian medal of St. Francis de Sales. Each bead is capped with lead-free Tibetan silver and wrap-looped by hand using 20g nickel silver wire. In place of chain links, I used lead-free tibetan silver spacer beads for maximum durability. This rosary will last for generations of normal use and would make a beautiful gift of faith for anyone, but especially for someone who is hearing impaired! I'll include a St. Francis de Sales prayer card, instructions for praying the 'niner' chaplet and a keepsake organza pouch with your purchase.

•24 January
•formerly 29 January
•23 January (Anglican Church in Wales)

•21 August 1567 at Château de Thorens, Savoy (part of modern France)

•28 December 1622 at Lyon, France of natural causes
•buried at the basilica of the Visitation, Annecy, France
•his heart was preserved as a relic at Lyon
•during the French Revolution his heart was was moved to Venice, Italy

•8 January 1662 by Pope Alexander VII

•19 April 1665 by Pope Alexander VII

•against deafness
•Baker, Oregon, diocese of
•Cincinnati, Ohio, archdiocese of
•Catholic press
•Champdepraz, Aosta, Italy
•Columbus, Ohio, diocese of
•deaf people
•Keimoes-Upington, South Africa, diocese of
•Wilmington, Delaware, diocese of

Make yourself familiar with the angels, and behold them frequently in spirit; for without being seen, they are present with you. - Saint Francis De Sales

The virtue of patience is the one which most assures us of perfection. - Saint Francis De Sales

There is nothing which edifies others so much as charity and kindness, by which, as by the oil in our lamp, the flame of good example is kept alive. - Saint Francis de Sales

Unbreakable Chaplet of St. Francis de Sales - Patron Saint of Deaf People, Teachers and Writers


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: lead free tibet silver, italian medal and crucifix, nickel silver wrapping wire, aventurine
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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