Wearing Religious Jewelry

6 Sep

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Throughout history, Catholics have been able to wear scapulars and medals as signs of their faith. Today’s religious jewelry follows that tradition

photo31D1P5B2 The bracelet known as “Christ’s Story” has a star of Bethlehem, a fish to represent Christ as the fisher of men and souls, a dove symbolizing the Holy Spirit, and a cross as a reminder of the crucifixion.  The bracelet is an expression of faith.

A1jewelry7 The 1950s pin shown has a Miraculous Medal surrounded by blue rhinestones and faux pearls.

A1jewelry8 Religious pins can feature popular artwork. The pin to the left contains the Guardian Angel at the Bridge painting by Hans Zatzka. The heart-shaped pin to the right has an image known as Madonna of the Streets by Roberto Ferruzzi.

Rosary Bracelets If you wear a rosary bracelet, you are always prepared.

Souvenir Box from the Shrine of St. Anne de Beaupre', circa 1968

Souvenir Jewelry Box from the Shrine of St. Anne de Beaupre’, circa 1968

 To learn more about religious articles, read The Rosary Collector’s Guide by Gloria Brady Hoffner and Helen Hoffner.  Religious jewelry including rosary lockets and bracelets can be found  in these pages. There are over 200 color photographs of rosaries, crosses, crucifixes, and center medals.  Published by Schiffer Publishing, The Rosary Collector’s Guide is available at Barnes and Noble, Amazon.com, the Catholic Faith Store Online, and other book stores, religious article stores, and online sellers.

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One Response to “Wearing Religious Jewelry”

  1. Giovanna Lottes September 6, 2015 at 9:35 PM #

    I had not seen the Christ’s story bracelet before, but there certainly seems to be a trend lately of faith related jewelry, especially bracelets. You should check out QVC

    Rosary Collector wrote: > a:hover { color: red; } a { text-decoration: none; color: #0088cc; } a.primaryactionlink:link, a.primaryactionlink:visited { background-color: #2585B2; color: #fff; } a.primaryactionlink:hover, a.primaryactionlink:active { background-color: #11729E !important; color: #fff !important; } /* @media only screen and (max-device-width: 480px) { .post { min-width: 700px !important; } } */ WordPress.com rosarycollector posted: ” Throughout history, Catholics have been able to wear scapulars and medals as signs of their faith. Today’s religious jewelry follows that tradition  The bracelet known as “Christ’s Story” has a star of Bethlehem, a fish to represent Christ as the f”

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