UPDATE: “the finest rosaries I’ve ever seen” with a new site

In the last few months I have written about the return of the finest rosaries I’ve ever seen.   Especially HERE.

Also, I wrote about these rosaries at the end of December.  I had black and white matching rosaries made for the President and 1st Lady, which were – for sure – delivered and appreciated.  HERE

By way of an update, Marian, of Simple Rosaries, has a new website.  She was, before, using, Etsy.   Now, you should visit at simplerosaries.com.


These rosaries are quite different in style and feel from the other rosaries which I have stumped for in the past, the Combat Rosary.  HERE (It looks like there is a sale going on.)  However, the different styles meet different needs.  For example, when I am on road, I take the Combat version.  Otherwise, I use the last of the rosaries that the amazing Gayle made (mother of Marian, who has taken up the job).

If you are looking for exquisite gifts of a spiritual nature, which could be a lifetime treasure and then a family heirloom, check these out.

In The Present Crisis we need the Most Holy Rosary now more than ever.

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  1. BaltDeacon says:

    Check out gracefulrosaries.com. I have ordered a number of Mary’s rosaries there, they are very special – heirloom quality, last a lifetime, beautiful and a good price!

  2. Clinton R. says:

    “In The Present Crisis we need the Most Holy Rosary now more than ever.” Amen, Father.

  3. Julia_Augusta says:

    Thank you for posting this. The rosary I bought at the Basilica Cathedral of St. Cecile in Albi is about to fall apart. I need a new rosary.

  4. JonPatrick says:

    In 2009 when I decided to get serious about my faith I bought a rosary at the gift shop of the Franciscan Friary in Kennebunkport ME. It started to fall apart last year, so I bought the Combat Rosary as my rosary to carry around.

    At home I use one that I bought from the Benedictines of Clear Creek Abbey OK which is nice and rugged. Last year when my mother passed away, among her effects was a rosary that had previously belonged to my Paternal Grandmother who I have no memory of as she died when I was around 3 or 4 but who was the devout Catholic in the family who influenced my father to send me to Catholic school as a youngster thereby planting the seed that was not to blossom until about 40 years later. I don’t use it very often as it is delicate but treasure it for its symbolism.

  5. JamesF-J says:

    For UK readers could I also highly recommend Sams Rosaries: http://www.samsrosaries.co.uk/index.php . I have their black agate and sterling silver rosary (lovely weight to it) and they restrung/rewired my wife’s set of Conemara marble beads onto silver wire very reasonably and give great personal service

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