Five Decade Coil Rosary Bracelet - Divine Mercy Red/White
Five Decade Coil Rosary Bracelet - Divine Mercy Red/White
Five Decade Coil Rosary Bracelet - Divine Mercy Red/White
Five Decade Coil Rosary Bracelet - Divine Mercy Red/White
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Five Decade Coil Rosary Bracelet - Divine Mercy Red/White

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  • Full Five decades of the rosary
  • 6x4mm red glass crystal beads for the Hail Mary prayer
  • 6x8mm clear glass crystal beads for the Our Father prayer. (decorated with silver bead caps)
  • 3mm blue glass beads in between
  • made in a silver base with a small crucifix and a small Divine Mercy medal.
  • comes to you in a gift box.

Miraculous Medal

The Front of Medal represents - Mary is standing upon a globe, crushing the head of a serpent beneath her foot. She stands upon the globe, as the Queen of Heaven and Earth. Her feet crush the serpent to proclaim Satan and all his followers are helpless before her (Gn 3:15). The year of 1830 on the Miraculous Medal is the year the Blessed Mother gave the design of the Miraculous Medal to Saint Catherine Labouré.

The Back of the Medal represents - The twelve stars can refer to the Apostles, who represent the entire Church as it surrounds Mary. They also recall the vision of Saint John, writer of the Book of Revelation (12:1), in which “a great sign appeared in heaven, a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of 12 stars.” The cross can symbolize Christ and our redemption, with the bar under the cross a sign of the earth. The “M” stands for Mary, and the interleaving of her initial and the cross shows Mary’s close involvement with Jesus and our world. In this, we see Mary’s part in our salvation and her role as mother of the Church. The two hearts represent the love of Jesus and Mary for us. (See also Lk 2:35).

The Crucifix

A representation of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, to remind us that Jesus died on the cross for our Salvation. (John 3:16) For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”