Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Robert's Heirloom Rosaries- Newly Listed! St. Francis Of Assisi & St. Clare

Unbreakable single Decade Rosary of St. Francis of Assisi and St. Clare of Assisi

These are each single decade rosaries- meant to be carried in the pocket or purse.

AAAA Grade PEACOCK BLUE TIGER EYE, Cobblestone bead caps- solid Bronze

This single decade rosary- Pater Noster is a 12 & 8 MM absolutely Stunning PEACOCK BLUE TIGER EYE. The Aves are 10 MM PEACOCK BLUE TIGER EYE. The connectors are 4 MM ORNATE BRONZE. Cobblestone bead caps. The hanging medal is a beautiful medal of Saint Francis of Assisi on the front side and on the opposite side is Saint Clare of Assissi. The beautiful San Damiano crucifix matches well with the hanging medal. The San Damiano crucifix and medal are antique museum pieces of past centuries that have been recast so we can continue to enjoy this beautiful pieces of art.



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History Of The San Damiano Crucifix

San Damiano is a church with a monastery near Assisi, Italy. Built in the 12th century, it was the first monastery of the Order of Saint Clare, where Saint Clare built her community.
The church has a hut-shaped fa├žade; the entrance is preceded by a short portico with three round arcades supported by brickwork pillars. Above the central arch is a circular rose window. The interior has a single nave with ogival barrel vaults. The right wall is home to a rectangular chapel with, at the altar, a wooden crucifix execeuted by Innocenzo da Petralia in 1637. The nave ends with a deep apse with a modern stone altar, a Baroque wooden tabernacle and the choir.
The church, according to tradition, is connected with Saint Francis' encounter with Christ. In 1205 he had been praying at San Damiano which at the time was a very run down building. Saint Francis saw the figure of Christ crucified come alive and say to him, "Francis, don't you see my house is crumbling apart? Go, then, and restore it!" Afterwards Saint Francis took action to repair San Damiano, although he eventually realized that God's message to him was to restore the Church as a whole rather than literally repair churches such as San Damiano. The cross from which Christ spoke to Saint Francis is known as the San Damiano cross. It currently hangs in the Basilica di Santa Chiara (Basilica of Saint Clare) in Assisi.

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