St. Peregrine Rosary Bracelet Lavender Pearl Chaplet, Patron Saint Cancer, Amethyst, Catholic Niner Prayer Beads, Religious Inspirational

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St. Peregrine Rosary Bracelet Lavender Pearl Chaplet, Patron Saint Cancer, Amethyst, Catholic Niner Prayer Beads, Religious Inspirational

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Italian made Saint Peregrine holy medal, Swarovski lavender purple pearls, amethyst faceted gemstones, sterling silver petalled bead caps, clear faceted quartz rounds, Swarovski clear crystal bicones, sterling silver rondelle spacers, sterling silver crimps and wire guards, 49 strand beading wire, silver plated lobster clasp, extender chain, sterling round spacers

Handmade from purple lavender pearls, amethyst beads, and a holy medal, this St. Peregrine rosary bracelet is an inspirational piece of Catholic religious jewelry. St. Peregrine is the patron saint of cancer patients, people with foot ailments, and people with medical conditions that are considered hopeless. Here, he is represented by a nicely detailed base-metal holy medal that was made in Italy. The prayer beads for this rosary bracelet are lavender pearls because that is the color of awareness for all cancers.

The lavender pearl beads are glossy beauties from Swarovski (8mm, 4mm; made in Austria) and have crystal cores. They are decorated with lovely sterling silver petalled bead caps, and serve as the nine main prayer beads of the chaplet. The prayer beads form three trios, with amethyst faceted rounds (4mm) between each bead. For more information about this kind of prayer bracelet, known as a "Niner," please see the closing sections of this listing.

Also included in this meaningful rosary bracelet are the following:
• Clear faceted quartz rounds (5mm)
• Swarovski clear crystal bicones (4mm; made in Austria)
• Sterling silver rondelle spacers (3mm; made in Italy)
• Sterling silver twist crimps and wire guards (both made in USA)
• High quality 49-strand beading wire (made in USA)
• Silver plated lobster clasp (made in USA)
• One-inch silver-tone extender chain
• Sterling silver round spacers (made in USA)
• Silver-plated head pin
• TierraCast silver-on-pewter oval jump rings

The chaplet is approximately 7.25 inches in its basic length and has an inch-long extender chain. Please see my photos for a ruler measurement picture of the chaplet bracelet and its chain. At the end of the chain, I added a dangle based on the main beads used in the bracelet. The dangle has a lavender pearl (6mm), clear bicone crystal (4mm), and amethyst round (4mm). Together these three beads are intended to symbolize the Holy Trinity.

This St. Peregrine adjustable chaplet bracelet would make an inspirational gift for any cancer patient or survivor, and is appropriate for patients with foot problems or situations that seem hopeless. The chaplet was handmade by me with care, thought, and best wishes for its destined wearer and user. It comes wrapped in a pretty organza bag, all set for gifting to someone special—perhaps yourself! It is a lovely, meaningful bracelet of Catholic prayer beads, designed for devotion to this important saint. The holy card seen in my photos is a complimentary extra.

Please note: I purchased the St. Peregrine holy medal and holy card at the Shrine of the Little Flower in Nasonville, Rhode Island. The shrine and its parish was founded in 1923, shortly after St. Theresa of Lisieux was beatified. It is the first shrine dedicated to this saint in the United States, and is a beautiful place of peace and contemplation. As with all my religious bracelets, making this piece was a meditation on my mother, who loved the rosary.

To see more handmade chaplet bracelets, please see this section of my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=seller-platform-mcnav§ion_id=19527694

To see handmade bracelets, please see this section of my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=seller-platform-mcnav§ion_id=15661393

To see stretch bracelets, including yoga and tai chi styles, please see this section of my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?section_id=22859596

About Nine-Bead Chaplets

A nine-bead chaplet (often called a "niner") facilitates a simple and easily remembered form of spiritual devotion. Its conventional prayer pattern is three recitations of each of the following prayers: "Our Father," "Hail Mary," and "Glory Be." The trios of each prayer correspond to the trios of the prayer beads.

Having a chaplet as a bracelet is nice because it easily goes with you, right on your wrist, and can act as reminder of spiritual practice as well as a helper with that practice. It can be used for any form of good intention - such as offering thanksgiving, reflecting on penance, or petitioning divine assistance for oneself or others - or simply as a "time out" of life's busy flow to engage in personal meditation.

About St. Peregrine

St. Peregrine Laziosi was born in Forli, Italy, in 1265 and died in 1345. Canonized in 1726, he is the patron saint of people suffering with cancer, foot problems, or an disease that cannot be cured. Amazingly, he was a rebel against the Roman Catholic Church when young, and considered himself an enemy of the Pope. Many others in Forli were rebels too, to such an extent that Pope Martin IV had the churches in the town closed. He also sent an ambassador priest, Philip Benizi of the Order of Servites, hoping the priest could calm down the rebels and settle the conflict. However, the priest met with violent protests and was attacked by an angry crowd. During the attack, Peregrine struck down Benizi so powerfully that, seeing the priest bloodied and painfully bruised on the ground, Peregrine suddenly felt his conscience overwhelm him. He begged forgiveness for his violence, and was granted it. After this, Peregrine, when in prayer, experienced a vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary. She held out to him the garments of the Servites order and told him to go to the town of Siena, where he was to join the Servites, who were devoted to her. He did just that.

Peregrine studied for the priesthood and lived a devout life, atoning for his past sins and laboring to assist the sick and the poor. After he was ordained, he return to his hometown and founded a monastery. In time, he fell ill from the growth of a cancerous mass on his right foot. A surgeon recommended amputation, and because of the pain, Peregrine agreed to the procedure, as extreme as it was. The night before the surgery, though, he dreamed that Jesus touched his foot and healed it. The next morning, he awoke to find his foot healed. News of this miracle traveled, and people came to Peregrine hoping for a healing. Some had their hopes successfully met, and centuries after his death, Peregrine was elevated to sainthood.
Handmade from purple lavender pearls, amethyst beads, and a holy medal, this St. Peregrine rosary bracelet is an inspirational piece of Catholic religious jewelry. St. Peregrine is the patron saint of cancer patients, people with foot ailments, and people with medical conditions that are considered hopeless. Here, he is represented by a nicely detailed base-metal holy medal that was made in Italy. The prayer beads for this rosary bracelet are lavender pearls because that is the color of awareness for all cancers.

The lavender pearl beads are glossy beauties from Swarovski (8mm, 4mm; made in Austria) and have crystal cores. They are decorated with lovely sterling silver petalled bead caps, and serve as the nine main prayer beads of the chaplet. The prayer beads form three trios, with amethyst faceted rounds (4mm) between each bead. For more information about this kind of prayer bracelet, known as a "Niner," please see the closing sections of this listing.

Also included in this meaningful rosary bracelet are the following:
• Clear faceted quartz rounds (5mm)
• Swarovski clear crystal bicones (4mm; made in Austria)
• Sterling silver rondelle spacers (3mm; made in Italy)
• Sterling silver twist crimps and wire guards (both made in USA)
• High quality 49-strand beading wire (made in USA)
• Silver plated lobster clasp (made in USA)
• One-inch silver-tone extender chain
• Sterling silver round spacers (made in USA)
• Silver-plated head pin
• TierraCast silver-on-pewter oval jump rings

The chaplet is approximately 7.25 inches in its basic length and has an inch-long extender chain. Please see my photos for a ruler measurement picture of the chaplet bracelet and its chain. At the end of the chain, I added a dangle based on the main beads used in the bracelet. The dangle has a lavender pearl (6mm), clear bicone crystal (4mm), and amethyst round (4mm). Together these three beads are intended to symbolize the Holy Trinity.

This St. Peregrine adjustable chaplet bracelet would make an inspirational gift for any cancer patient or survivor, and is appropriate for patients with foot problems or situations that seem hopeless. The chaplet was handmade by me with care, thought, and best wishes for its destined wearer and user. It comes wrapped in a pretty organza bag, all set for gifting to someone special—perhaps yourself! It is a lovely, meaningful bracelet of Catholic prayer beads, designed for devotion to this important saint. The holy card seen in my photos is a complimentary extra.

Please note: I purchased the St. Peregrine holy medal and holy card at the Shrine of the Little Flower in Nasonville, Rhode Island. The shrine and its parish was founded in 1923, shortly after St. Theresa of Lisieux was beatified. It is the first shrine dedicated to this saint in the United States, and is a beautiful place of peace and contemplation. As with all my religious bracelets, making this piece was a meditation on my mother, who loved the rosary.

To see more handmade chaplet bracelets, please see this section of my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=seller-platform-mcnav§ion_id=19527694

To see handmade bracelets, please see this section of my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=seller-platform-mcnav§ion_id=15661393

To see stretch bracelets, including yoga and tai chi styles, please see this section of my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?section_id=22859596

About Nine-Bead Chaplets

A nine-bead chaplet (often called a "niner") facilitates a simple and easily remembered form of spiritual devotion. Its conventional prayer pattern is three recitations of each of the following prayers: "Our Father," "Hail Mary," and "Glory Be." The trios of each prayer correspond to the trios of the prayer beads.

Having a chaplet as a bracelet is nice because it easily goes with you, right on your wrist, and can act as reminder of spiritual practice as well as a helper with that practice. It can be used for any form of good intention - such as offering thanksgiving, reflecting on penance, or petitioning divine assistance for oneself or others - or simply as a "time out" of life's busy flow to engage in personal meditation.

About St. Peregrine

St. Peregrine Laziosi was born in Forli, Italy, in 1265 and died in 1345. Canonized in 1726, he is the patron saint of people suffering with cancer, foot problems, or an disease that cannot be cured. Amazingly, he was a rebel against the Roman Catholic Church when young, and considered himself an enemy of the Pope. Many others in Forli were rebels too, to such an extent that Pope Martin IV had the churches in the town closed. He also sent an ambassador priest, Philip Benizi of the Order of Servites, hoping the priest could calm down the rebels and settle the conflict. However, the priest met with violent protests and was attacked by an angry crowd. During the attack, Peregrine struck down Benizi so powerfully that, seeing the priest bloodied and painfully bruised on the ground, Peregrine suddenly felt his conscience overwhelm him. He begged forgiveness for his violence, and was granted it. After this, Peregrine, when in prayer, experienced a vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary. She held out to him the garments of the Servites order and told him to go to the town of Siena, where he was to join the Servites, who were devoted to her. He did just that.

Peregrine studied for the priesthood and lived a devout life, atoning for his past sins and laboring to assist the sick and the poor. After he was ordained, he return to his hometown and founded a monastery. In time, he fell ill from the growth of a cancerous mass on his right foot. A surgeon recommended amputation, and because of the pain, Peregrine agreed to the procedure, as extreme as it was. The night before the surgery, though, he dreamed that Jesus touched his foot and healed it. The next morning, he awoke to find his foot healed. News of this miracle traveled, and people came to Peregrine hoping for a healing. Some had their hopes successfully met, and centuries after his death, Peregrine was elevated to sainthood.

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