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Garden of Roses Cloisonné Rosary

Garden of Roses Cloisonné Rosary
The word Rosary means "crown or garden of roses.” It is believed that each time we pray a Hail Mary we are giving Our Blessed Mother a rose and each complete Rosary makes a crown of roses. So, in praying the Rosary, we are giving Mary a crown of roses. 


 The rose is the queen of flowers, and the Rosary is the rose of all devotions. 

In his writing, The Secret of the Rosary, Saint Louis De Montfort wrote “every time people say the Rosary devoutly they place a crown of one hundred and fifty-three red roses and sixteen white roses upon the heads of Jesus and Mary. Being heavenly flowers these roses will never fade or lose their exquisite beauty.”



From his book, The Secret of the Rosary, Saint De Montfort wrote:

Seventh Rose
Crown of Roses


Ever since Blessed Alan de la Roche reestablished this devotion the voice of the people, which is the voice of God, called it the Rosary. The word Rosary means "Crown of Roses," that is to say that every time people say the Rosary devoutly they place a crown of one hundred and fifty ---three red roses and sixteen white roses upon the heads of Jesus and Mary. Being heavenly flowers these roses will never fade or lose their exquisite beauty.

Our Lady has shown her thorough approval of the name Rosary; she had revealed to several people that each time they say a Hail Mary they are giving her a beautiful rose and that each complete Rosary makes her a crown of roses.

The well-known Jesuit, Brother Alphonsus Rodriguez, used to say his Rosary with such fervor that he often saw a red rose come out of his mouth at each Our Father and a white rose at each Hail Mary. The red and white roses were equal in beauty and fragrance, the only difference being in their color.

The chronicles of Saint Francis tell of a young friar who had the praiseworthy habit of saying the Crown of Our Lady (the Rosary) every day before dinner. One day for some reason or other he did not manage to say it. The refectory bell had already been rung when he asked the Superior to allow him to say it before coming to the table, and having obtained the permission he withdrew to his cell to pray.

After he had been gone a long time the Superior sent another Friar to fetch him, and he found him in his room bathed in a heavenly light facing Our Lady who had two angels with her. Beautiful roses kept issuing from his mouth at each Hail Mary; the angels took them one by one, placing them on Our Lady's head, and she smilingly accepted them.

Finally two other friars who had been sent to find out what happened to the first two saw the same lovely scene, and Our Lady did not go away until the whole Rosary had been said.

So the complete Rosary is a large crown of roses and the Rosary of five decades is a little wreath of flowers or a small crown of heavenly roses which we place on the heads of Jesus and Mary. The rose is the queen of flowers, and so the Rosary is the rose of all devotions and it is therefore the most important one.


http://www.rosary-center.org/secret.htm 

https://www.ewtn.com/Devotionals/prayers/rosary/


This rosary is called “Garden of Roses.”

In the past, we have offered rosaries symbolizing the Rosary as a
Crown or Garden of Roses and each time, it was well received. Because it has been a favorite theme, we have created a new version. For this edition, however, we have chosen a different way to symbolize Mary’s garden. This rosary is cloisonné. Each Ave is gentle blue cloisonné with pale pink flowers. So, each Ave is representative of a single rose. The red agate Paters compliment the red center of the flowers. A hand cast bronze Marian center and open-work crucifix complete this delicate rosary which measures 18 ½”.

Limited to an addition of two

Your Crown of Roses Rosary will be shipped in a fabric pouch and gift box.

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Limited edition cloisonné rosary
Garden of Roses Cloisonné Rosary
Red agate and cloisonné rosary
"I want you to know that, in this kind of warfare, the battering ram has always been the Angelic Psalter which is the foundation stone of the New Testament. Therefore if you want to reach these hardened souls and win them over to God, preach my Psalter."
~ Our Lady to Saint Domenic ~
 



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