This was made for me by a seminarian at a seminary where I was teaching a while back. He added the miraculous medal. He’s now a priest after the Heart of our Lord. I added the medal of Saint Benedict (gift from a cloistered Benedictine nun who prays for me).
I really like unbreakable rosaries as I’ve broken all other “unbreakable” rosaries. Also, I guess it’s the nylon, it doesn’t twist up into unknottable knots. Perhaps it carries the blessing of Our Lady Undoer of Knots. Anyway, I love everything about it.
To the point: A priest friend noted my EDC mention of this rosary and wondered where he could get one. I’m going to be brave and ask if anyone knows how to make such things and wouldn’t mind making such a rosary for a priest. Note the color! Note that the “Our Father” knots about twice as many twists as the “Hail Mary” knots. Don’t worry about medals. Priests know how to add their favorite medals or crucifixes.
I mean, we want to support good prayer of our priests, right? Even priests can be saints. Difficult to imagine that, I know, but it’s true. We need to help each other get to know Jesus through Mary all the more all the time. But if we can’t attempt such a rosary, perhaps a Hail Mary for him and all priests would be awesome: Hail Mary…
Update: We have a promise of a rosary or even a few coming up in a few days. This is great encouragement for us priests from the laity. This is much needed these days. So, thanks especially for that. In fact, this is what I’m sensing: the Holy Spirit is firing up the Mystical Body of Christ, more Mass attendance, more Adoration, more Confession, more personal support and encouragement. All priests thus encouraged are most thankful.
4 responses to “Knotted nylon rosaries for priests? Update: Encouragement for priests!”
I make them and would be honoured to do so! I’m on a weekend away now but I can make it on Monday once I’m home 🙂 email […] to send me an address.
God bless you.
For future consideration, http://www.realliferosary.com is a family business run by Jim Hahn his wife and young children. I use (not as much as I should.) one of their rosaries. I also break the regular ones all the time. They have many colors and metal or knotted crosses. Jim wrote and sells his book “Rosary Meditations for Real Life”.
Hey Father (don’t print this please) I sent you one a long time ago to the Rectory but can’t remember if it was Andrews or Robbinsville ? ? Anyway, like Akperera, I’ll make some too. Thanks for asking!