Wednesday, March 12, 2014

ROBERT'S HEIRLOOM ROSARIES- presents the new "SPRING LINE" of devotionals for 2014


The Aves are 8 MM natural AA Grade Amethyst. The Pater Nosters are 10 MM Crazy Lace Purple Agate and 8 MM Amethyst. The entire rosary is made of solid bronze.

The rosary center is an Absolutely Beautiful ornate full portrait of Our Lady Of La Sallete and the children. Directly below the center is a Sacred Heart Of Jesus. The Sacred Heart is a nice place to stop before the first decade to add additional intentions.The Ornate Crucifix is spectacular! The ornate style matches beautifully with the rosary center. The rosary center and crucifix are antique museum pieces that have been recast so we can continue to enjoy this pieces of art from past centuries.

Our Lady Of La Salette

On September 19 1846, Maximin Giraud and Melanie Calvat (called Mathieu) reported seeing the Virgin Mary on Mount Sous-Les Baisses, weeping bitterly. According to their account, she continued to weep even as she spoke to them—first in French, then in their own dialect of Occitan. After speaking, the apparition vanished. The following day the children's account of the apparition was put into writing and signed by the visionaries and those who had heard the story.
According to the children's account, the Virgin invited people to respect the repose of Sunday, and the name of God. She threatened punishment, in particular a scarcity of potatoes, which would rot. The context of these punishments places the warning just prior to the winter of 1846-1847, which was in Europe, and especially in Ireland and in France, a period of famine in the months which followed the apparition. This was one of the factors of the apparition's popular appeal.
After five years of research, the bishop of Grenoble, Philibert de Bruillard recognized the authenticity of the apparition and Pope Pius IX approved the devotion to Our Lady of La Salette.

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This is considered an “unbreakable rosary.” -as each bead is individually wire wrapped and should never come apart. However- dropping it on a hard surface may crack the beads. You should always take great care of this sacramental. TO TAKE THE PICTORIAL TOUR OF MANY CUSTOM DESIGNED DEVOTIONALS VISIT THE GALLERY- here is the link, click here

Enjoy the tour!

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