Wednesday, November 28, 2012

St Kateri Tekakwitha Rosary Bracelet from Laude Arts and Gifts

I've felt strongly drawn to St Kateri since the early summer when I first "discovered" her.  Her simple life and devotion to Christ have been an inspiration to me.  Also, since my great grandmother was a Native American, I am immensely proud that St Kateri is the first Native American to be canonized.   So, now I present another item in what is quickly becoming my "line" of St Kateri Tekakwitha rosaries, rosary bracelets and chaplets.  :)  If you would like to learn more about St Kateri, please visit my blog post

The striking Aves in this rosary bracelet are 8mm re-constituted howlite. It is turquoise colored with patches of light brown with a black matrix. They remind me of stained glass windows. The Pater bead is a 10mm wood stone bead. It really looks like wood., but is actually stone. St Kateri had a special devotion to the cross, so I used the cross extender to add length to the bracelet. All of the components are silver colored metal.  Please click here to learn more about this bracelet.  Please visit my shop to see more of my handcrafted rosaries and chaplets.

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