The Chaplet of Saint Gabriel the Archangel is made with genuine Angelite semiprecious gemstone beads and all sterling silver parts, traditionally wire-wrapped by hand, making the chaplet virtually unbreakable. Excellent as Confirmation or Holy Communion Gift. The feast of Saint Gabriel the Archangel is on March 24th, the vigil of the Annunciation.
Saint Gabriel the Archangel Chaplet Parts
Beads: Angelite Semiprecious Stone, 8 mm
Rosary Center: The Miraculous Medal 3/4″, Sterling Silver 0.925, Engraved by hand.
Medal 1″ x 3/4″, St. Gabriel the Archangel, Sterling Silver 0.925, Engraved by hand.
Bead Caps: Sterling Silver
Small Beads: Sterling Silver
Wire: Sterling Silver
Method:Wire-wrapped by hand
Total Length: 21″ (53 cm)
Gift box: Included
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How to Pray the Chaplet of Saint Gabriel the Archangel
This chaplet consists of a medal of St. Gabriel the Archangel and 33 beads. The three sets of 11 beads each honor the 33 years of Our Savior’s life. The two joining beads honor the Divinity and the Humanity of Jesus.
On the Medal: Heavenly Father, through the salutation of the Archangel Gabriel,
may we honour the Incarnation of Your Divine Son.
On the first bead: Mother of our Saviour, may we strive always to imitate Your holy virtues
and to respond to our Father…”Be it done unto me according to Thy Word.”
On the second bead: Archangel Gabriel, please praise our Father for the gift of His Son,
praying, one day, by His grace, we may all be one.
On the white bead of each set: Behold thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and shalt bring forth a Son: and thou shalt call His name Jesus.
On the three sets of 11 beads:
Hail, full of grace, the Lord is with thee: Blessed are thou among women.
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