ST. CECILIA CHAPLET (II) – Soft Green Saucer Beads – (8.5 in.) – C9G.51317

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CECILIA II: Feast Day: November 22

Female saints collection

BEADS: A beautiful new faceted glass bead from Czechoslovakia called a ‘saucer bead’ (12m) We used the soft green ones that carries a picasso finish and capped each with an antiqued filigree.

MEDAL: St Cecilia by medalist Egino Weinert.   (Medal 1.5 x 2 inches)

Available in either the traditional 9 bead chaplet (3 sets of 3) or the 10 bead chaplet.

TO PRAY THE 9 BEAD NOVENA CHAPLET: Pray one each: Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be, To complete, repeat 3 times.

MEDALIST: World renowned German artist, Egino Weinert, is a master in the field of sacred gold smithery, as well as a painter and sculptor. He has consigned pieces of art for Cathedrals and Churches throughout the world and is a favorite of John Paul II. Several of Mr. Weinert’s original enamel works may be seen in the Galleria Moderna of the Vatican Museum.

ST CECILIA:  ITALY – (Martyred c.117 ) Virgin and Martyr – Patroness of Music and musicians. Cecilia (Caecilia or Cacilia)) Reports of her martyrdom began to appear in the middle of the 5th century. Cecilia was martyred for her faith and was condemned to be suffocated in the bath where she lived. But she survived so was beheaded. The executioner tried 3 times to sever her head but she lived for 3 more days and prayed for the poor. She requested her home become a church. Her tomb was discovered in the Catacomb of Callistus. (Rome) in 817. We visited her tomb as a family and were overcome by the presence of her love for our Lord.

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

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BRONZE ONLY: ($184) your special price $147.20

PRICING SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE: (pricing determined by gram wt of metals at time of casting)