St. Therese of Lisieux Chaplet with mauve flower beads
This sweet, feminine St. Therese of Lisieux chaplet features 24 beads in the main section of the chaplet, one for each year of her life. She used her "Little Way" to teach us all how important it is to make little sacrifices all day long. Each of these pretty little beads is in the shape of a flower and has been accented with touches of brass/gold on the flowers. These beads are flat, similar to a coin, so it will lay nicely when you pray.
The beads do not come with instructions, however they are readily found on the internet. I have also posted some below for you.
"It is commonly believed that Saint Therese grants the sign of a rose to those who practice this devotion during a period of nine to twenty-four days, as a proof that the petition is granted. The sign of a rose or some other visible sign is not always evident, but many persons have received special graces by reciting this chaplet.
To pray this Rosary, say on the first bead:
Saint Therese of the Infant Jesus, Patroness of Missions, pray for us!
On each of the remaining twenty-four beads say the Glory be to the Father in honor of the Blessed Trinity, in thanksgiving for giving the world the Little Saint who lived only twenty-four years."
Beads: 6mm mauve Czech glass flower beads
Components: Silver Nickel coated brass
Medal: St. Therese of Lisieux
Length: 5" (approximately)