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This chaplet begins with a beautifully detailed Italian filigree crucifix, followed by three sets of 3 (9 total) 8mm blue sea sediment jasper beads and ends with an oxidized silver Italian medal of St. Stanilaus. Each bead is wrap-looped by hand using 20g nickel-silver wire for maximum strength and durability. The ribbed bi-cone spacers and bead caps are of lead-free Tibetan silver. This rosary will last for generations of normal use and would make a beautiful gift of faith for anytime of the year! I'll include a handmade St. Stanislaus prayer card and an organza pouch with your purchase.
Note - Price reflects costlier stones.

•13 November

A Brief History:
Born the son of a Polish senator. Was badly abused by his brother Paul. Became ill while staying in the home of a Lutheran and was refused a call for a priest. He prayed to Saint Barbara who was his patron saint. She appeared in a vision, along with 2 angels, and administered Communion to him. Our lady cured him and told him to become a Jesuit. He entered a Jesuit college at age 14. He became a Jesuit novice in Oct. of 1567, then died in Aug. of 1568. He was a friend of St. Peter Canisius and a student of St. Francis Borgia.

•28 October 1550 at Rostkovo, Poland

•between 3 and 4 a.m. of 15 August, feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 1568 at Rome, Italy from a high fever

•19 October 1605 by Pope Paul V

•31 December 1726 by Pope Benedict XIII

*against broken bones
*aspirants to the Oblates of Saint Joseph
*doctors of osteopathy
*last sacraments

I find a heaven in the midst of saucepans and brooms. - Saint Stanislaus

Unbreakable Chaplet of St. Stanislaus de Kostka - Patron Saint of Osteopaths and Against Broken Bones


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: nickel silver wire, oxidized silver medal and crucifix, lead free tibetan silver, card stock, rubber cement, laminate tape, printer ink, sea sediment jasper
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
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