St. Maximilian Kolbe Custom Birthstone Rosary - Silver

St. Maximilian Kolbe Custom Birthstone Rosary

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These handmade patron saint rosaries feature sterling silver 3/4 x 1/2 inch patron saint medals and choice of three crucifix styles, on a silver-plate chain.

We offer a selection of 12 colors to pair with the Regular and Large crucifixes:
  • Garnet Red (January)
  • Amethyst Purple (February)
  • Aquamarine Blue (March)
  • Crystal White (April)
  • Emerald Green (May)
  • Light Amethyst Purple (June)
  • Ruby Red (July)
  • Peridot Green (August)
  • Sapphire Blue (September)
  • Tourmaline Pink (October)
  • Topaz Yellow (November)
  • Zircon Blue (December)
As well as seven additional options for the Special crucifix:
  • 6mm Genuine Hematite
  • 8mm Genuine Hematite
  • 7mm Brown
  • 8x5mm Genuine Black Onyx
  • 8x6mm Genuine Black Onyx
  • 7mm Genuine Black Onyx
  • 7mm Aurora Borealis
Born in Poland to a poor family, and once a mischievous child, Raymond decided to change his ways upon having a vision of the Virgin Mary around the time of his first Communion. At the age of seventeen he took the name Maximilian and made his first vows. He made his last vows in 1914, the same year his father was hung by the Russians for being a traitor. In 1917 while in Rome, he and six friends founded the Immaculata Movement, which taught the devotion to Our Lady and the path to Christ. After travelling through Rome and returning to Poland, he founded his friary Niepokalanow (City of the Immaculate) in 1927. Feeling the need to do more he travelled through Japan and India, but poor health and not achieveing his goals led him back to Poland in 1936. Soon after, the Nazis invaded and he and his brothers were arrested. Transferred to Auschwitz in 1941, he volunteered himself to die in place of a father of young children who had been chosen to die as retribution for an escaped prisoner.

Born: 1/7/1894 Zdunska Wola, Poland
Died: 8/14/1941 Auschwitz Concentration Camp, Nazi Germany
Patronage: Drug addicts, Political prisoners, Families, Journalists, Pro-Life movement
Feast Day: August 14

All Bliss saint medal products are handmade in Rhode Island at every stage of production and include a lifetime manufacturer guarantee against tarnish or damage.

Brand: Catholic Inspirations