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This is an abbreviated version of the full-size St. Joseph Chaplet, which normally has fifteen sections for the fifteen mysteries. I made it in the traditional purple (for Joseph's saintly piety) and white (symbolic of his purity). I used 6mm purple, faceted quartz crystal beads and purest white faceted alabaster for the 8 separator beads. The spacer beads are lead-free Tibetan silver beads. The chaplet begins with a third class relic Italian medal of Saint Joseph. It's all close looped together with nickel silver wire for maximum strength and durability At 19" in length, this is perfectly sized to carry in a pocket, or purse. I'll include the complete prayer instructions (to complete this chaplet, you would simply pray the loop twice), a St. Joseph's prayer card and a keepsake organza pouch with your purchase.

•Joseph the Betrothed
•Joseph the Worker

•19 March
•1 May (Joseph the Worker)

A Brief Synopsis:
Descendant of the house of David. Layman. Builder by trade; traditionally a carpenter, but may have been a stone worker. Earthly spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Foster and adoptive father of Jesus Christ. Visionary who was visited by angels. Noted for his willingness to immediately get up and do what God told him to do.

•1st century, prior to the Passion, of natural causes

•against doubt
•against hesitation
•Candian Armed Forces (in 1941)
•Catholic Church (1847 by Blessed Pope Pius IX)
•civil engineers
•dying people
•expectant mothers
•happy death
•holy death
•house hunters
•interior souls
•married people
•Oblates of Saint Joseph
•people in doubt
•people who fight Communism
•pregnant women
•protection of the Church
•social justice
•unborn children
•Universal Church (1847 by Blessed Pope Pius IX)
•Vatican II
•working people

He was chosen by the eternal Father as the trustworthy guardian and protector of his greatest treasures, namely, his divine Son and Mary, Joseph’s wife. He carried out this vocation with complete fidelity until at last God called him, saying ‘Good and faithful servant, enter into the joy of your Lord.’ - from a sermon by Saint Bernardine of Siena

Relic Chaplet of St. Joseph - Patron Saint of Families, Fathers, Craftsmen, Laborers and Unborn Children


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: lead free tibetan silver, nickel silver wire, Italian third class relic medal, quartz crystal, alabaster
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
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