Handmade Saint Anthony of Padua Chaplet by Heavenly DivineZoom

Handmade Saint Anthony of Padua Chaplet by Heavenly Divine

Item# HDC010
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St. Anthony Chaplet

This stunning handcrafted Catholic St. Anthony of Padua Chaplet is made with wood agate gemstone beads and solid sterling silver components. The lovely St. Anthony medal measures 1 1/8” x3/4” and is hand-cast in sterling silver. The accent connector links are made with 4mm wood agate beads and sterling silver Bali style bead caps. This elegant chaplet is 7” in length and is wire-wrapped with heavy solid sterling silver wire.

All of our bronze and sterling silver medals, centerpieces and crucifixes are replicated from antique and contemporary devotional medals and are produced in the USA. All gemstones are natural and may vary in size and color. If bead caps are not available they will be substituted.

All handmade Rosaries, Pocket Rosaries, and Chaplets are guarantee against breakage. They are not pre-made and can take up to 1-2 weeks to make depending on the season. Please email me if you need your rosary by a specific date. If bead caps are not available they will be substituted.

All handmade Rosaries and Chaplets will come in a complimentary cardboard gift box. You will also receive a pamphlet on how to pray the rosary and vinyl zippered carrying case or cloth carrying pouch.

The St Anthony chaplet may be constructed of 13 or 39 beads.

How to pray the St Anthony Chaplet

On the 13-beads pray one Our Father, one Hail Mary, and one Glory Be on each bead.

During the prayers, meditate of the following virtues of the saints: Charity, Faith, Hope, Humility, Justice, Love of Jesus, Obedience, Patience, Penance, Poverty, Prudence, Purity, Spirit of Prayer and Union with God.

Concluding Prayers:

“The Miraculous Responsory”

If miracles thou fain wouldst see

Do, error, death, calamity, The leprous stain, the demon flies, From beds of pain the sick arise,

The hungry of seas forego their prey, The prisoner’s cruel chains give way; While palsied limbs and chattels lost, Both young and old recover boast.

And perils perish; plenty’s hoard Is healed on hunger’s famished board; Let those relate who know it well, Let Padua of his patron tell.

The hungry seas…

V. Pray for us, Blessed Anthony,

R. The we may be made worth of the promises of Christ

Let us pray: O God! Let the votive commemoration of Blessed Anthony, thy Confessor, be a source of joy to thy Church, that she may always be fortified with spiritual assistance, and may deserve to possess eternal joy. Through Christ our Lord. Amen
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