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Anglican Prayer Beads blend the Orthodox Jesus Prayer Rope and the Roman Catholic Rosary. The thirty-three bead design was created by the Rev. Lynn Bauman in the mid-1980s. The use of the rosary helps to bring us into contemplative prayer—really thinking about and being mindful of praying, of being in the presence of God—by use of mind, body, and spirit. The touching of the fingers on each successive bead is an aid in keeping our mind from wandering, and the rhythm of the prayers leads us more readily into stillness.

The prayer beads are made up of twenty-eight beads divided into four groups of seven called weeks. In the Judeo-Christian tradition the number seven represents spiritual perfection and completion. Between each week is a single bead, called a cruciform bead as the four beads form a cross. The invitatory bead between the cross and the wheel of beads brings the total to thirty-three, the number of years in Jesus’ earthly life.

This Anglican rosary is made of five red and copper flat beads and 28 Czech beads in shades of tan with a touch of metallic. The beads are linked on bronze coated copper wire and the final piece is a gold colored cross.

If you prefer to wear your rosary, please let me know and I would be happy to attach a clasp.

SALE Anglican Rosary Red and Tan

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: red glass beads, czech beads 6mm, bronze colored copper wire, gold cross
  • Feedback: 14 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Virginia, United States
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