Decade Rosary of Light. Gold, silver and rock crystal

Decade Rosary of Light. Gold, silver and rock crystal

Decade Rosary of Light. Gold, silver and rock crystal Marking the celebration of the 25-year Pontificate of His Holiness Pope John Paul II and the closing of the Year of the Rosary, the Leitão house was invited to create a rosary inspired by the recently introduced luminous mysteries, as a gift to the Holy Father. Based on the same concept of the rosary, the Rosary Beads of Light are made of silver, gold and rock crystal, just like the original rosary. The Hail Marys, represented by beads in rock crystal, commemorate the mysteries of light. The Our Father has an embossed orbital ring, engraved with the phrase “Our Father, Who art in Heaven”. The cross features symbols of the Passion. Crown of thorns in gold, with nails in silver. On the cross, the crown of thorns and the nails, abandoned, evoke eternity. The Our Father bead’s protruding ring takes us away to the universe beyond. Technical specifications: Decade Rosary of the Light Weight in silver 925/1000 5g* Weight in gold 800/1000 2g* Weight in silver 999,9/1000 2,5g* 10 rock crystal beads sized Ø8mm* Dimensions Length: 16 cm * Our Father: Ø 9 mm * Hail Marys: Ø 8 mm * Cross: 14 x 18 mm * *Approximate weight and...
Rosary of the New Millennium. Gold and rock crystal

Rosary of the New Millennium. Gold and rock crystal

Rosary of the New Millennium. Gold and rock crystal Launched on Fátima’s 100th anniversary and the canonization of Pope John Paul II, the rosary of the New Millennium, in gold and rock crystal, represents the four sets of mysteries commemorating the rosary’s new composition. Hail Marys Beads in rock crystal, a particularly shiny natural stone, commemorate the luminous mysteries introduced by Pope John Paul in 2002. (Rosarium Virginis Mariae apostolic letter, 16th Oct. 2002) Our Fathers (between the medal) Symbolize the passage to each of the four sets of mysteries comprising the entire rosary. Joyful Mysteries Angel’s wings: symbolize the annunciation of the angel, one of the five joyful mysteries.   Luminous Mysteries Water: symbolizes the baptism of Jesus, one of the five luminous mysteries.   Sorrowful Mysteries Crown of thorns: symbolizes the coronation with the crown of thorns, one of the five sorrowful mysteries.   Glorious Mysteries Star: symbolizes the descent of the Holy Spirit, one of the five glorious mysteries. Medal – Front Crowned image of Our Lady of Fátima in the chapel of the apparitions. Medal – Back Coat of arms of Pope John Paul II. *Image – José F. Thedim – 1920 *Crown – Leitão & Irmão – 1942   Our Father (between medal and cross) – The keys to heaven and earth. «”…I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven.» (Matthew 18:19)   Hail Holy Queen (before cross) Pearls representing the eight half-arches with pearls of the queen’s crown of...
Rosary of the New Millennium. Silver and rock crystal

Rosary of the New Millennium. Silver and rock crystal

Rosary of the New Millennium. Silver and rock crystal Launched on Fátima’s 100th anniversary and the canonization of Pope John Paul II, the rosary of the New Millennium, in first-title silver and rock crystal, represents the four sets of mysteries commemorating the rosary’s new composition. Hail Marys Beads in rock crystal, a particularly shiny natural stone, commemorate the luminous mysteries introduced by Pope John Paul in 2002. (Rosarium Virginis Mariae apostolic letter, 16th Oct. 2002) Our Fathers (between the medal) Symbolize the passage to each of the four sets of mysteries comprising the entire rosary. Joyful Mysteries Angel’s wings: symbolize the annunciation of the angel, one of the five joyful mysteries. Luminous Mysteries Water: symbolizes the baptism of Jesus, one of the five luminous mysteries. Sorrowful Mysteries Crown of thorns: symbolizes the coronation with the crown of thorns, one of the five sorrowful mysteries. Glorious Mysteries Star: symbolizes the descent of the Holy Spirit, one of the five glorious mysteries. Medal – Front Crowned image of Our Lady of Fátima in the chapel of the apparitions. Medal – Back Coat of arms of Pope John Paul II. *Image – José F. Thedim – 1920 *Crown – Leitão & Irmão – 1942 Our Father (between medal and cross) – The keys to heaven and earth. «”…I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven.» (Matthew 18:19) Hail Holy Queen (before cross) Pearls representing the eight half-arches with pearls of the queen’s crown of Our Lady of Fátima. Cross...