Beads Of One Rosary
Beautiful dark purple crystal beads rosary. The metallic crucifix has the word "Jerusalem" engraved convexly on the back and the Medal has on one side an icon of Virgin Mary and Holy soil of Jerusalem on the other Side with the words "TERRA JERUSALEM" engraved convexly. the chain and the crucifix are made of zinc and coated with silver, preventing corrosion.
Meditate on the joyful mysteries of the rosary illuminated by sixty works of sacred art. The Joyful Mysteries illuminates the joyful mysteries of the rosary in sixty works of sacred art-one for each bead-to help readers pray the rosary more meditatively: each two-page spread includes a work of art on one page, and the words of the appropriate prayer on the opposite page; a string of "beads" at the bottom of the text marks progress through each decade; each decade opens with a beautiful Scripture-based introduction to one of the joyful mysteries (the Annunciation, Visitation, Nativity, Presentation, and Finding of Jesus) as well as suggested prayer intentions.
Veteran Polish director Kazimierz Kutz, one-time assistant to Andrzej Wajda and member of the Polish School, directed this endearing drama set in his homeland of Silesia. Cantankerous hero Habryka is an old miner who has won many medals as a stellar worker. Now retired, he lives with his son and daughter-in-law in the old family home, which is full of memories and history.
Soft and chewy food-grade silicone beads in a fun modern color combo -- plus our exclusive nubby-backed cross -- make for the perfect prayer aid that will introduce the rosary to your little one's senses and heart. Each bead is securely knotted into place, and organic cotton cord and beads are third-party tested in an independent lab for safety and durability.
Each two-page spread includes a work of art on one page, and the words of the appropriate prayer on the opposite page; a row of beads at the bottom of the page helps track progress through each decade. Each decade of the rosary opens with a beautiful Scripture-based introduction to one of the sorrowful mysteries (the Agony in the Garden, the Scourging at the Pillar, the Crowning with Thorns, the Carrying of the Cross, and the Crucifixion) as well as suggested prayer intentions.