FullofGraceRosary's Profile

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HOW I CAME TO MAKE ROSARIES:
I am a convert to Catholicism and have fallen in love with Our Blessed Mother and the Holy Rosary that glorifies & honors her Son, Our Lord Jesus. We have 7 children, so we are none too gentle on our rosaries.

I started making rosaries, because I found that once one place on my rosary would break, I would fix it, then another place would break. Any tension on the rosary would put stress on all of the open loops of the rosary. I began looking for an alternative, and found wire-wrapped rosaries!

I thoroughly enjoy making these wonderful sacramentals. I pray that you will be blessed in praying them as much as I have been creating them for you. I hope that you find the rosary made just for you or your loved one.

Padre Pio called the rosary his weapon, and St. John…

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  • Joined January 17, 2010

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jasper, fancy jasper, tiger eye, agate, crystals, silver, bronze

About

HOW I CAME TO MAKE ROSARIES:
I am a convert to Catholicism and have fallen in love with Our Blessed Mother and the Holy Rosary that glorifies & honors her Son, Our Lord Jesus. We have 7 children, so we are none too gentle on our rosaries.

I started making rosaries, because I found that once one place on my rosary would break, I would fix it, then another place would break. Any tension on the rosary would put stress on all of the open loops of the rosary. I began looking for an alternative, and found wire-wrapped rosaries!

I thoroughly enjoy making these wonderful sacramentals. I pray that you will be blessed in praying them as much as I have been creating them for you. I hope that you find the rosary made just for you or your loved one.

Padre Pio called the rosary his weapon, and St. John Paul II was never without his rosary--he said that neither he nor Mary would miss their daily time together.

God Bless You.

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