Black Monk Rosary (and a poem)!
The Black Monk Rosary is back and available online in our store. 🙏🏼 This rugged handmade rosary feels as good as it looks and will support your meditative prayers beautifully and spiritually. 📿 The larger beads really make a difference and you never have to worry about breaking them. Please let us make one for you today. ⛪
“Marrying” the Rosary to the Divine Mercy Chaplet
Father Donald Calloway is clearly a man who knows a thing or two about the Rosary. So when he described the simple means of joining the Rosary and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy that I shared with him, “a marriage made in heaven,” it confirmed me in the hope that this practice is meant for …
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Full: Front Rosary; ivory; carved; ten beads in the form of alternate male and female heads; one large openwork bead of architectural design and figures depicting the Betrayal of Christ; crucifix pendant; garnet between each bead; beads are joined with wire.
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Fray Javier Garza, OFMCap on Instagram: “«El Señor es bueno, su misericordia es eterna, su fidelidad por todas las edades.» #FrayFoto 📸 #ofmcap”
451 Likes, 10 Comments - Fray Javier Garza, OFMCap (@javierofmcap) on Instagram: “«El Señor es bueno, su misericordia es eterna, su fidelidad por todas las edades.» #FrayFoto 📸…”
A religious habit of the Sisters of Mercy
This assembly of garments constitutes the basic elements of the religious habit of the Sisters of Mercy. The Mercy habit was designed by the Foundress of the Sisters of Mercy, the Venerable Mother Catherine McAuley, in Dublin in 1831, and, with possibly only minor and inconspicuous alterations, was worn by ...