Friday, June 30, 2017

St Agatha Breast Cancer Rosary ~ Help Us Raise Money for Research

This is my Czech glass, soft pink opal breast cancer rosary. You can choose the wire, chain, and part combo that works best for you. The "basic option" includes 22g silver plate wire paired with flat link chain similar to that of your average store bought rosary. See below for more information regarding the symbolism of this rosary. 

*** 50% of the profit goes to the American Cancer Society for Breast Cancer Research!***

BEADS: 6mm opaque soft pink opal Czech glass fire polished Aves (Hail Marys) and 8mm handmade Czech glass, white, round Pater beads with pink roses on them 

CENTER/Crucifix: American made silver plate Rosary set including engraved center and crucifix paired with a St. Agatha medal (patron of Breast Cancer). Upgrade to sterling silver parts available. 

WIRE/CHAIN: 22g silver plate wire/Italian flat link silver plate chain 

LENGTH: 19 1/2 inches 

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HOPE: The bright silver plate finish on all of the parts is a symbol for hope! I can’t stress enough how important a hopeful and positive attitude is for someone who is sick. It can mean the difference between life and death.

PRAYER: The crucifix has the words Pray for a Cure on the back as a reminder pray, pray, pray. Pray for a cure. Pray for whatever is best for those involved. Pray for the researchers and drug companies so that they keep on track and disregard that nagging greed.

SUPPORT:The center features two roses which symbolize Our Lady. Mother Mary can be a HUGE member of our support team if we let Her!! She is a reminder of our compassionate and nurturing natures.

REMEMBRANCE:The word Remember is engraved on the back as a reminder: Don't EVER forget the sick or the souls of those who have passed. They still need our prayers!

SAINTS: The charm attached to the center is of St. Agatha who is the patron saint of Breast Cancer. The saints are an important resource for us, especially when times get rough. This is the only part with an oxidized finish on it (it was necessary to show the detail of the medal).

Thanks for looking! God Bless and have a great day! :)

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