5 WOUNDS of CHRIST – cry/red /Wood- 25 bead – (14 in.) – C5W.51576

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THE 5 WOUNDS OF CHRIST  CHAPLET

AVE BEADS: Faceted bi-cones, 8 x 10 mm Czechoslovakian pressed beads in crystal with red inclusions.

PATER BEADS: Fine grained Mala tree wood symbolize the wood of the cross and the carpenter. Each capped with antiqued metal filigrees.

MEDAL: – LG TWO HEARTS / EUCHARIST – Europe/1800’s – (1.25 in.)


HISTORY: The devotion to the Holy Wounds and the Promises were given by Our Lord to Sr. Mary Martha Chambon (1841-1907), of the Monastery of the Visitation of Chambery. The cause for her beatification was introduced in 1937.


LITTLE CHAPLET OF THE HOLY WOUNDS

The Rosary of the Holy Wounds (also called the Chaplet of Holy Wounds) may be prayed on the standard 5 decade rosary. (also see Chaplet of Divine Mercy).

She shared that Jesus appeared to her and asked her to unite her sufferings with His as an Act of Reparation for the sins of the world. Jesus said to her:

“When you offer My Holy Wounds for sinners, you must not forget to do so for the souls in Purgatory, as there are but few who think of their relief . . . The Holy Wounds are the treasure of treasures for the souls in Purgatory.”


SUGGESTED PRAYER:

Small Beads: “One Glory Be and one Hail Mary (for the Sorrowful Virgin) while meditating on the five wounds of our Lord. AND “My Jesus pardon and mercy through the merits of Thy Sacred Wounds. Amen”

Large Beads: “Eternal Father, I offer thee the Wounds of Our Lord Jesus Christ to heal the wounds of our souls. Amen


ABOUT OUR MEDALS: All our medals are handcast from antiques and vintage pieces in sterling silver and solid bronze then antiqued to restore original patina.


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20% DISCOUNT APPLIED BELOW UNTIL GONE:

BRONZE ($142) – your special price $113.60
STERLING ($274) – your special price $219.20

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