Smooth beads draped across your fingers, a quiet prayer. The priest calls out, “Amen,” and your eyes open. They rest on the jade beads and delicate sliver chain of the rosary and you smile. Green was his favorite color.
A rosary is not just an exceptional tool of religious faith, but a reminder, a link to something other than ourselves. Rosary Urns have gained popularity since the Catholic Church raised the ban on cremation in 1963, and even more so since further Church relaxation in 1997. The 1” x ¾” cross can accommodate a small amount of cremated remains, but many people choose to insert a lock of hair, crushed flowers from the ceremony, or other small memento.
These delicate creations are exceptional, with silver-plated chains and a variety of quality details.
Bead options: Lavender Cats Eye, Blue Pearl, Olive Wood, Red Glass Beads, Black Glass Beads, Cloisonné Beads, Jade, Hematite, Pastel Pearls, Pink Pearls
The centerpieces are highly detailed and appropriate. There’s the Madonna and Child, the Miraculous, Pink Ribbons, the Holy Family, the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and the Knights of Columbus.
Maybe the best part about these Rosary Urns is that they are engrave-able. The cross can accept 7 letters on the front and up to 7 letters on the back. You can place dates, initials, a first or last name, nickname, etc.
It’s a complete purchase too. The Rosary Urn includes instructions for filling the cross, as well as a funnel and glue to make the process easy. The plush, black velvet “In Loving Memory” gift box and polishing cloth ensure your Rosary Urn stays looking like new.
There’s nothing quite like the feel of a warm rosary, the unique comfort they provide, and these keepsakes are certain to impress.