Matthew’s First Holy Communion Keepsake Rosary is made with 6mm red miracle beads for the Aves and 10mm 24ct. gold plated beads for the Paters. The letters and numbers are pewter. The chalice centerpiece, St. Benedict crucifix and saint medal are all oxidized silver and made in Italy. All connections are double crimped and reinforced with a wire protector to make this rosary last a lifetime. Congratulations, Matthew Joseph!
This beautiful confirmation rosary is made with 6 mm lavender miracle beads for the Aves and 10 mm aqua glass crystals with lampwork flowers for the Paters. Sterling silver daisies and satin violet Swarovski crystals accent each Pater.
The centerpiece depicts an image of the Holy Spirit on the front and says “Come Holy Spirit Enlighten Me” on the back.A Miraculous Medal accented with a satin violet Swarovski crystal hangs with the centerpiece. A Saint Dymphna medal hangs with the crucifix. All of these silver parts are made in Italy.
Kodee has come into the Church and had the privilege of receiving the first four sacraments: Baptism, Reconciliation, Eucharist, and Confirmation.
Her special keepsake rosary is made with mixed purple Czech pressed glass beads for the Aves, and pewter roses for the Paters.
Each Ave is spaced with three beads, representing the Most Holy Trinity.
On either side of the Pater are seven beads, representing the seven sacraments. The first four are Swarovski crystals in different shades of pink and purple to represent the sacraments she is receiving. The other three pink seed beads represent the sacraments yet to be received.
The centerpiece is a chalice surrounded by angels.
A St. John Paul II medal hangs with the fancy crucifix.