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Saint Michael Brown Paracord Rosary

Original price $17.76 - Original price $17.76
Original price $17.76
$33.90
$33.90 - $33.90
Current price $33.90

Description:

With our gorgeous Saint Michael Brown Paracord Rosary, you may embrace the harmonic balance of history and contemporary. This carefully constructed rosary has 12mm wood beads for a comfortable and tactile prayer experience. The 23" long paracord cord allows for a comfortable grip and easy handling, while the 3" H crucifix serves as a focal point for reflection, reminding us of Christ's sacrifice and the graces of Saint Michael Blue's intercession.

The Saint Michael centerpiece, a strong symbol of protection and prayer, sits at the core of this rosary. The cross dangle and crucifix, both set in a colored epoxy, provide a touch of elegance and spiritual importance to this rosary.

Item No.: BK-12841

Features:

  • Saint Michael Brown Paracord Rosary
  • Patron Saint of Police Officers, Paratroopers, Grocers, Mariners, and Military Personnel
  • Size: 23" L Cord, 3" H Crucifix
  • Material: 12mm Wood Beads, Epoxy, Silver Plate
  • 2 Pieces Per Package
  • Perfect for gifts and giveaways.

Story & Symbolism: 

Nowadays, St. Michael, the Archangel is regarded as the patron saint of warriors and travelers. In particular, he was summoned by a fatal adversary and numerous events for our defense. In the year 590, St. Michael seemed to signal the end of the plague. In the spring of 1994, our Holy Priest, Pope John Paul II, urged the faithful to give their prayers to St Michael the Archangel. He also made a strong proposal that the recitation of prayer should be re-established at Mass.