These rosaries seek to convey both in their color and parts the beauty and grace of Our Lady under a certain title. There are no limits to the the number of names and titles that belong to Mary, she being the Mother of her limitless Son. There are, however, many titles that are more famous than others, such as those that belong to an apparition or appearance of Mary or to certain images (or both!). See our selection of rosaries below and learn about these beautiful titles of Mary.
Throughout Mary’s life, angels were present assisting her and delivering messages to her. In fact Venerable Mary of Agreda, a Spanish mystic, wrote that 1,000 angels were assigned to Mary as her guard following her Immaculate Conception. In Scripture we see the angel Gabriel deliver God’s message to Mary and receive her acceptance. We also … Continue reading Our Lady of the Angels Rosary
This colorful rosary is meant to be a cross-section of the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe. From the outside in, the rosary incorporates orange, light aqua, yellow, light rose, and black czech glass beads. The beads below the Our Lady of Guadalupe center are the colors of the angel at her feet. A medal … Continue reading Our Lady of Guadalupe Rosary
Our Lady appeared to St. Bernadette Soubirous at Lourdes, France in 1858 for a total of 18 visits. She introduced herself to St. Bernadette as “The Immaculate Conception” in reference to the dogma that had been defined by Blessed Pope Pius IX just four years earlier. She encouraged the praying of the Rosary and instructed … Continue reading Our Lady of Lourdes Rosary
This is the title given to Mary as patron of the Carmelite Order. The Carmelites first began as hermits at Mount Carmel in the Holy Land. The strongest devotion to Our Lady of Mount Carmel is through the Brown Scapular, which Our Lady is said to have given St. Simon Stock, the founder of the … Continue reading Our Lady of Mount Carmel Rosary
This Rosary is inspired by the icon of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, which famously depicts the infant Jesus receiving a vision of the Passion and Cross while in the arms of Mary. The rosary is made with Cobalt Blue and Garnet red druk glass beads, an Our Lady of Perpetual Help centerpiece, and a … Continue reading Our Lady of Perpetual Help Rosary
An exact replica of the first rosary that Brad made, the Mother of Sorrows Rosary is made of Garnet red glass to remind the user of the blood of Christ and his passion. It has an Ave Maria/Miraculous Medal centerpiece, an Ecce Homo/Mater Dolorosa medal and a Sorrowful Mother Crucifix to emphasize the Passion of Christ, the … Continue reading Our Lady of Sorrows Rosary