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Offline Shannon

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« on: September 12, 2015, 12:41:00 AM »
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  • Thank you for supplying a place to Buy/Sell/Trade.  My family business makes extremely durable knotted rosaries out of military paracord. We were inspired by some buddies in the marines that had mission rosaries that fell apart. When we started in late 2012, we sold (and gave away) our rosaries mostly to military guys.

    Now we sell to the full spectrum of Catholics including priests, law enforcement, military, fire fighters, all types of first responders, but mostly to just ordinary people who want a super strong Rugged Rosary.   Please check us out if you are in need of a strong and durable rosary.  I also can offer a free shipping code to users of this forum: SHIP2015

    Our online store is here:  RUGGED ROSARIES


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    « Reply #1 on: September 15, 2015, 06:17:14 PM »
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  • I went to the site.  Rosaries have no medal after the 3 Hail Mary's  and Glory Be.
    Some honor Pope Francis?!  Some have skulls?!  Strange sight.


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    « Reply #2 on: February 10, 2016, 08:44:14 PM »
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  • Just some more information about Rugged Rosaries.  The central knot is the centerpiece and we can add a Miraculous medallion there and we can also add up to 8 patron Saint medals.

    There are many companies including ours that will make knotted rosaries where a large knot is in place of the centerpiece medallion.

    Many people are surprised to find out that we sell skull rosaries to priests and monks most often. There is a long history of skulls used in rosaries.  It is a reminder that we all are mortal and also a reminder of Christ's victory over death.  Here is an article about that if interested:The Meaning of Skulls in Rosaries

    I agree that skull rosaries are not for everyone, as many people will find it morbid, but they are not improper on a Catholic rosary.

    We also do custom rosaries of all kinds from Anglican, to 20 decade rosaries, to pocket rosaries, and all knotted soldier rosaries.  And we also make an awesome replica of the WWI Military rosaries for only $29.99.

    Rugged Rosaries Website



    The WWI replica Military Battle Bead Rosaries




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    « Reply #3 on: February 19, 2016, 11:39:36 AM »
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  • I wonder if you might consider offering a larger size Rosary.  In the winter, I often wear gloves while doing chores, and on occasion enjoy praying as I walk to the next location.  A slightly larger Rosary would be easier to handle.  Also, regarding the clip you have for some pocket versions.  Often, as I am walking and praying the Rosary, something external happens that demands my attention.  It would be helpful to use the clip like a placeholder.  Perhaps you might offer the clip with a medal attached.
    Omnes pro Christo

     

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