Saint Therese of Lisieux Sacrifice Beads - Gold
Saint Theresa, the little flower, as a child, used to carry in her pocket a small string of beads to help her count the gifts she did to offer to God. In this way she was able to advance in perfection daily.
These beads consist of a string of ten beads, which can be pulled across one at a time and each bead will stay in place. Sacrifice beads also have a fixed Our Father bead on the end and can double up as a rosary....just think, you will never lose your place when praying!!
The Sacrifice beads pictured are made with gold metal barrel beads. The crucifix is gold gilt and has a Saint Theresa medal on the end. (medal may vary)
measures - approx. 8 inches (from medal to crucifix) - handy to take anywhere.
A strong pocket rosary.
Comes packaged with instructions.
As a child, St. Therese would use a small string of beads in her pocket to help her count the gifts she offered to God each day. Now known as Sacrifice Beads or Good Deed Beads.
With each good deed a bead would be pushed towards the crucifix to show the Good deed was given to God. All day long, Saint Therese did little things to show Jesus how much she loved Him.
ST THERESE FEAST DAY NOVENA PRAYER FOR PEACE
(This prayer is used by the Carmelites during the Feast Day Novena)
St. Therese, Flower of fervor and love, please intercede for us.
Fill our hearts with your pure love of God.
As we approach and celebrate your feast day,
make us more aware of the goodness of
God and how well He tends His garden.
Instill in us your little way of doing
ordinary things with extra-ordinary love.
Give us the heart of a child who wonders
at life and embraces everything with loving enthusiasm.
Teach us your delight in God's ways
so that divine charity may blossom in our hearts.
Little Flower of Jesus, bring our petitions
(mention in silence here)
before God, our Father.
With your confidence, we come before Jesus
as God's children,
because you are our heavenly friend.
As we celebrate the Feast Day of your
homecoming in heaven, continue to
shower roses and grace upon us.