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  Stations of the Cross Rosary

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$85. including shipping within the US

$100. including shipping outside the US
Stations of the Cross
The First Station ~ Jesus is Condemned to Die
The Second Station ~ Jesus Carries His Cross
The Third Station ~ Jesus Falls the First Time
The Fourth Station ~ Jesus Meets His Mother
The Fifth Station ~ Simon Helps Jesus Carry His Cross 
The Sixth Station ~ Veronica Wipes Jesus' Face
The Seventh Station ~ Jesus Falls the Second Time
The Eighth Station ~ Jesus Meets the Women of Jerusalem
The Ninth Station ~ Jesus Falls the Third Time
The Tenth Station ~ Jesus is Stripped
The Eleventh Station ~ Jesus is Nailed to the Cross.
The Twelfth Station ~ Jesus Dies on the Cross
The Thirteenth Station ~ Jesus is Taken Down from the Cross
The Fourteenth Station ~ Jesus is Laid in the Tomb

The Stations of the Cross need no explanation. As Catholics, we know and pray the devotion, especially during the Lenten season. This rosary was created to call to mind the Stations so that we may reflect upon one or all of them through the eyes of Our Lady. Saint Louis de Montfort taught us, “to Jesus through Mary,” and we feel that this rosary can bring us to that depth of prayer.
This is a simple rosary. Symbolic of the cross, the Aves are wood. Paters are metal with a band stamped at their center to symbolize the crowning with thorns. To recall His precious blood, we spaced the wood beads with red glass. A large Italian imported Miraculous Medal center and 2 ½” crucifix with the Stations of the Cross on its reverse, complete this limited edition rosary which measures 21 ½”.
Your Stations of the Cross rosary will be shipped in a fabric pouch and gift box.

$85 including shipping within the US

$100 including shipping outside the US

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“But the Cross of Christ invites us also to allow ourselves to be smitten by his love, teaching us always to look upon others with mercy and tenderness, especially those who suffer, who are in need of help, who need a word or a concrete action.” 
~ Pope Francis ~

Rosary designs copyright Marilyn Nash ~ 2016