Our Lady of Immaculate Conception wooden purple Traditional Rosary

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Beautiful wooden purple our Lady of Immaculate Conception traditional Rosary.


Details: a beautifully made Catholic Rosary using smooth long oval wooden beads. 53 deep lilac and 6 light natural wood Our Father beads.

Chains and links: silver

Centre-piece: doubled sided clear colour image of Our Lady Immaculate Conception in tones of umber, lilac, blues and creams.

Crucifix: Our lady of Medugorje Mirmirmir crucifix 4cm in vintage sliver.

Rosary Length: 50cm

Rosary Weight: 18g

Note: Immaculate Conception, Roman Catholic dogma asserting that Mary, the mother of Jesus, was preserved free from the effects of the sin of Adam, therefore original sin from he first instant of her conception.

The feast of Mary's conception originated in the Eastern Church in the 7th century, reached England in the 11th, and from there spread to Europe, where it was given official approval in 1477 and extended to the whole church in 1693; the word "immaculate" was not officially added to the name of the feast until 1854. 

Note: Medjugorje Crucifix: Mary stands on a wooden base with a three times repeated inscription “Mir, Mir, Mir” , which in the Croatian language means “Peace, Peace, Peace”. These words have now over the years become an icon of the apparitions of Our Lady of Medjugorje. The same words appeared up in the sky on August 6, 1981, this was noticed by lots of people.

 “Medjugorje” literally means “between mountains” because the town is situated between two hills: Križevac and Podbrdo (which will likely be called “Apparition Hill”). The parish of Medjugorje was founded in 1892 under the protection of St. James, the protector of pilgrims.