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Unbreakable Traditional Chaplet of St. Rita of Cascia - Patron Saint of Impossible Causes, Abuse Victims and Difficult Marriages

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I made this closed form of "niner" chaplet with a nickel silver Sacred Heart of Jesus connector. The chaplet beads are 6mm faceted blue jade, with lead-free Tibetan silver caps. The Pater is an 8mm white jade bead. I finished it off with a 1" oval St. Rita medal (made in Italy.) This chaplet measures just 9" long (perfect for pocket, or purse) and is wrap-looped with nickel silver wire for maximum strength and long-lasting durability. This would be a truly stunning gift of faith for that special soeone in your life, or indeed, for yourself.
I'll include a copy of the chaplet prayer, a prayer card with the Hymn to St. Rita and an organza pouch with your purchase.

•22 May

A Brief History:
St. Rita's lot in life was never an easy one...She was betrothed to an abusive man when only 12, bore him 2 sons, then was widowed and both of her adult sons died shortly thereafter. She joined the monestary of St. Mary Magdalen at age 36 where she devoted her life to bringing peace to the region, working for charity and devoting herself to prayer. She was also devoted to the Passion of Christ and received a chronic head wound (that looked to be caused by a crown of thorns) in response to her wish to suffer as Christ. Rita lived at the convent for 40 yrs., spending her final 4 yrs. confined to her bed. Near the end she had a visitor from her home town who asked if she’d like anything. Rita’s only request was a rose from her family’s estate. The visitor went to the home, but it was January and she knew there was no hope of finding a flower. But there, growing on a bare bush, was a single rose blossom.

•1386 at Roccaparena, Umbria, Italy

•22 May 1457 at the Augustinian convent at Cascia, Italy of tuberculosis

•1 October 1627 by Pope Urban VIII

•24 May 1900 by Pope Leo XIII

•abuse victims
•against infertility
•against loneliness
•against sickness
•against sterility
•against wounds
•bodily ills
•Cascia, Italy
•Dalayap, Philippines
•desperate causes
•difficult marriages
•forgotten causes
•Igbaras, Iloilo, Philippines
•impossible causes
•lost causes
•sick people
•sterile people
•victims of physical spouse abuse
•wounded people

Unbreakable Traditional Chaplet of St. Rita of Cascia - Patron Saint of Impossible Causes, Abuse Victims and Difficult Marriages


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  • Materials: lead fee tibetan silver, blue and white jade, nickel silver center and medal, nickel silver wrapping wire
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