Unique rosaries, devotional chaplets, and Catholic gifts
handmade with inspired materials and exquisite care.


Our extraordinary, elegant Catholic Rosaries and Devotional Chaplets are lovingly hand-crafted by a devoted rosary artisan.  Each of our rosaries and chaplets tells a story: a special person or event in the Catholic tradition, or a beloved Catholic devotion inspires the choice of materials for each chaplet or rosary beads.  Most of our rosaries and chaplets are custom-designed and exquisitely unique. 

For the interim, we leave these pages with you,
containing the treasury of prayers and history
we have lovingly gathered over the years.

When you receive one of our extraordinary rosaries, you will also receive a brochure describing the devotion that inspired it, as well as the  Rosary prayers.  Each of our prayer chaplets arrives with a brochure describing the devotion and the chaplet prayers in a convenient format.   In addition to these informational brochures, our rosaries and chaplets are delivered in an elegant box ... a treasure for today, an heirloom for tomorrow.

Celebrate with one of our featured rosaries and chaplets, created for major feast days in the Liturgical calendar.   Be sure to check back frequently to see our newest devotionals.  See our complete list of devotions

*** Custom Design, Especially for you!!! ***

Because our designs are one of a kind, much of our work has become custom design.  If you don't find what you are looking for in the catalog,  please  inquire about a custom design.  Our existing informational pages show some of our previous work to give you a few ideas.

To make the shopping experience more convenient for you, all available rosaries, chaplets, and jewelry are now in our new catalog (we have no print catalog).  As all are limited-edition or one-of-a-kind, most have sold out, but remain as examples of previous designs. We will continue to maintain the informational prayer pages for all the devotions we offer, with examples of our earliest designs.

Are you looking for a special gift, one that can be used and treasured every day?

For the person who "already has everything", consider a rosary or chaplet.  There has been a resurgence of interest in prayer in recent years, but after decades of declining use, many Catholics (even clergy) are unaware that there is more than one kind of rosary, or that chaplets (prayer beads) exist for their favorite saints and devotions!

We offer both the familiar Dominican rosary beads as well as the Franciscan Crown, Seven Sorrows (Servite) rosary, and Irish Penal rosary (the original "tenner").  We have a large selection of traditional devotional chaplets, for favorite saints (including St. Thèrése, St. Teresa, St. Anthony, St. Jude, St. Joseph) and special devotions (including Our Lady, Sacred Heart, and Divine Mercy).

Let us help you choose the perfect Catholic gifts for
the special people in your life...
gifts from the heart, gifts for the soul.


Be sure to see our newest chaplet in honor of
Our Lady, Undoer of Knots!

January Features:

January is dedicated to the Holy Name
We remember:
Mary, Mother of God , on the 1st
The Epiphany , on the 6th
The Baptism of Our Lord on the 13th
St. Agnes on the 21st
St. Paula on the 26th
St. Angela Merici on the 27th

February Features:

February is dedicated to the Passion of Our Lord
We remember:
St. Brigid of Ireland on the 1st
St. Veronica on the 4th
On the 11th, Our Lady of Lourdes
Founders of the Orders of Servites on the 17th

March features:

March is dedicated to St. Joseph
We remember:
Ash Wednesday on the 6th
Our Gaelic Gathering commemorates  St. Patrick on the 17th
The Feast of St. Joseph on the 19th
The Annunciation on the 25th

April features:

April is dedicated to the Holy Eucharist
We remember:
The Resurrection of Our Lord on the 4th!
St. Bernadette of Lourdes on the 11th
St. George on the 23rd


May features:

May is dedicated to Our Lady
We remember:
St. Joseph the Worker on the 1st.
St. Matthias on the 14th
St. Rita of Cascia on the 22nd
On the 30th, we have St. Joan of Arc and
the Sacred Heart of Jesus

June features:

June is dedicated to the Sacred Heart
We remember:
St. Anthony of Padua on the 13th
St. Aloysius Gonzaga on the 21st
Sts. Peter and Paul on the 29th
St. Agnes on the 21st
St. Paula on the 26th
St. Angela Merici on the 27th


July features:

July is dedicated to the Precious Blood
We remember:
St. Benedict on the 11th
St. Bonaventure on the 15th
On the 16th, Our Lady of Mount Carmel
St. Mary Magdalene on the 22nd
On the 23rd, St. Bridget of Sweden, founder of the Brigittine Rosary
On the 26th, St Joachim and St. Anne , grandparents of Jesus
St. Ignatius of Loyola on the 31st


August features:

August is dedicated to the the Immaculate Heart of Mary
We remember:
On the 5th, Our Lady of the Snows
On the 6th, the Transfiguration of the Lord
St. Dominic on the 8th
St. John Berchmanns on the 13th
St. Maximilian Kolbe on the 14th
St. Rose of Lima on the 23rd
The Triduum of St. Monica , St. Augustine, and Our Lady of Consolation
on the 27th-29th

September features:

September is dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows
We remember:
The birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary on the 8th
St. Nicholas of Tolentino on the 10th
On the 29th, the Archangels: St. Michael , St. Gabriel, and St. Raphael

October features:

October is dedicated to The Most Holy Rosary
We remember:
The Little Flower, St. Thérèse , on the 1st
The Guardian Angels on the 2nd
St. Francis of Assisi on the 4th
St. Faustina, who brought us the Divine Mercy chaplet, on the 5th
Our Lady of the Rosary on the 7th
On the 9th, St. Teresa of Avila
On the 17th, St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, of the Sacred Heart
Patron of Desperate Causes, St Jude , on the 28th

November Features:

November is dedicated to the Holy Souls
We remember:
All Saints on the 1st
Commemoration of All Faithful Departed on the 2nd
St. Gertrude the Great on the 16th
St. Elizabeth of Hungary on the 17th
Christ the King on the 21st
Patron of musicians, St. Cecilia, on the 22nd
Our Lady requests Immaculate Conception medal of St. Catherine Laboure, on November 27th, 1830
The first Sunday of Advent on the 28th


December Features:

December is dedicated to the Holy Infancy
We remember:
The Immaculate Conception on the 8th
Our Lady of Loreto on the 10th
San Juan Diego on the 9th, and Our Lady of Guadalupe on the 12th
On the 17th, we begin the O Antiphons
On the 24th, we begin the Vigil of Christmas
We celebrate the nativity of Our Lord on the 25th
On the 26th, we honor the Holy Family


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Hablamos español

Coronilla a las Siete Últimas Palabras
  Rosario (o Coronilla) de la Paz
Devociones a Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
San Padre Pio del Pietrelcina
Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre
Coronilla del milagroso Niño Jesús de Praga
Nuestra Señora de las Nieves
Corona Franciscana y las Siete Alegrías
Coronilla de San Antonio
Coronilla de San Judas Tadeo
Coronilla de Santa Ana
Misterios Luminosos
Historia del Rosario
Corona Angélica
Coronilla a la Divina Misericordia

Falamos português

Rosário (u Coroinha) da Paz
Coroinha do Menino Jesus
Rosário de Santo António
São Pio: Coroa ao Sagrado Coração de Jesus
Rosário da Sagrada Face
Os Mistérios Luminosos
Nossa Senhora das Neves
Coroa Franciscana das Sete Alegrias
Nossa Senhora das Lágrimas
Rosário de São Miguel Arcanjo
Terço da Divina Misericórdia
São Judas Tadeu
Santa Ana Avó de Jesus
Nossa Senhora da Caridade do Cobre

Hablamos español

Falamos português

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