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4mm Glass Beads Rhodium Plated Crucifix Aqua Bracelet and Miraculous Medal

by McVan
Original price $19.95 - Original price $19.95
Original price
$19.95
$19.95 - $19.95
Current price $19.95

Description:

Embrace your belief with this astonishing and lightweight Hail Mary rhodium-plated bracelet to be worn for any occasion. The Hail Mary measures 5 1/2", 4mm glass beads rhodium-plated crucifix aqua bracelet, including miraculous medal with deluxe gift box included. There's no better way to demonstrate your faith and devotion to the Blessed Mother Mary.

Item No.: MV-BR116D-AQ

Features:

  • Lightweight Hail Mary rhodium-plated bracelet with a measurement of 5 1/2". 
  • 4mm glass beads rhodium-plated crucifix aqua bracelet and miraculous medal.
  • Comes in a deluxe gift box ready for gift giving.
  • Made in the USA.

Story & Symbolism: 

The miraculous medal was originated by St. Catherine Labouré following her vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1830. Wearing the medal with faith and devotion reminds us of the love and protection that Our Lady offers to all of God’s children.

While the representation of the crucifix is eternal. The crucifix or cross was introduced in the tenth century as the term for the instrument of the torturous execution of Christ. Initially, both "rood" and "crux" referred simply to any "pole," the later shape associated with the term being based in church tradition, rather than etymology. The word can nowadays refer to the geometrical shape unrelated to its Christian significance from the fifteenth century. "Crux" in Latin means cross, and it was a Roman device of torture on which they nailed a person to a wooden cross, an act called crucifying, and let the person die of asphyxiation while hanging from the cross.