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Artist and designer of rosaries and rosary chaplet devotional sacramentals.

Specialize is custom work for clients.

visit my blog at:

http://robertsheirloomrosaries.blogspot.com

Creating rosaries in Sterling Silver, Bronze, Brass and copper that are wire-wrapped, unbreakable and Heirloom Quality that can be handed down through the generations is my goal.  My rosaries and chaplets are not only beautiful to pray and just glide through the hand but are beautiful to look at.

Designing and creating devotional rosary sacramentals is a passion. Researching historical documents to find long lost chaplets, searching for just the right gemstones, findings, crucifixes and medals is not only challenging but satisfying. Custom design work is available. God Bless.

Ad maiorem Dei gloriam inque hominum salutem

 (For the greater glory of God and the salvation of humanity)


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3 Comments

Reply Shad
5:17 PM on September 11, 2010 
Thanks for the words of encouragement! I'm hopefully going to post more pictures soon.
-Shad
Reply Robert's Heirloom Rosaries
4:11 PM on May 7, 2010 
Hope no one minds me posting these- if so- please advise and I will refrain.

Greetings!

Saint of the Week:

A Saint is often an ordinary person who has lived an extraordinary life of virtue and faith. As Catholics we should use these exemplars to inspire us in our daily lives.

St. Rose Venerini (1656 - 1728)

She was one of four children born to Goffredo, a medical doctor and Marzia, whose family was from Viterbo, an ancient city in central Italy. As a child, she was interested in dedicating her life to God. She entered the Dominican Monastery at the age of 20, but was forced to leave upon the unexpected death of her father. Soon after, her brother and then her mother died. She began a women's group in her neighborhood to recite the rosary. Through this effort, she realized that women needed a better Christian education. The Bishop of Viterbo agreed and with the help of some friends, she opened the first school for girls in Italy. Her vision was not without conflict. It came not only from the culture but also from some of the clergy. However, the idea of teaching young girls would catch on as improvement in their lives and morality became evident. This would help her movement grow and she opened a school in the center of Rome. Pope Clement XI and a number of Cardinals visited the school and gave their approval. This led to a growing demand which would see more than 40 schools opened by the time of her death. A number of miracles were attributed to her and her educational communities have opened in countries around the world. Pope Benedict XVI canonized her on 15 October 2006.

This week pray a Rosary in her honor, her feast day is May 7th.
Reply Robert's Heirloom Rosaries
9:39 AM on May 6, 2010 
Hello Mary,

Wanted to add a couple of pictures to my existing album- but I am not sure how to go about it. Could you guide me through the process.

Thank you.

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