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This chaplet begins with a beautifully detailed crucifix, followed by three sets of 3 (9 total) 8mm fancy jasper and ends with an Italian medal of St. Catherine Laboure. Each bead and Tibetan silver rose spacer is permanently wrap-linked by hand using nickel-silver wrapping wire. Each bead is also capped with tibetan silver. This rosary will last for generations of normal use and would make a beautiful gift of faith for the upcoming Holy Season, or anytime of the year! I'll include a St. Catherine Laboure prayer card and a keepsake organza pouch with your purchase.

•28 November

A Brief History:Born into a family of eleven children, she had to take over running the house at age eight after her mother died. She never learned to read, or write, but felt called to the religious life while very young. Her older sister joined the Sisters of Charity and she later joined the saqme order. She recieved visions, the first being from St. Vincent de Paul telling her that God wanted her to work with the sick. In 1830 she had a vision from the Virgin Mary describing a medal that she wanted made. On one side it has the image of Our Lady, and the words, “O Mary, conceived wthout sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee”; on the other are the hearts of Jesus and Mary. Our Lady told Catherine that those who wore the medal would receive great graces, it has become known as the Miraculous Medal, and its wearing and devotion has spread worldwide. Miracles have been reported at her tomb.

•2 May 1806 at Fain-les-Moûtiers, Côte d’Or, Burgundy, France as Zoe Laboure

•31 December 1876 at Enghien-Reuilly, France
•body incorrupt
•entombed in her convent chapel

•19 July 1931 by Pope Pius XI (decree of heroic virtues)

•28 May 1933 by Pope Pius XI

•27 July 1947 by Pope Pius XII

- Pilots
- Airmen
- Flight Attendants

Unbreakable Fancy Jasper Chaplet of St. Catherine Laboure of the Miraculous Medal - Patron Saint of Pilots, Airmen and Flight Attendants


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fancy jasper, tibet silver bead caps and spacer beads, nickel silver wire, oxidized silver mdal and crucifix
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
  • Favorited by: 10 people