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Monday, February 26, 2018
Paracord Rosaries - A Rosary Built to Last

About Paracord Rosaries

Their product is a re-imagined Rosary born out of the hands of Soldiers - That is what their small team of dedicated and devoted artisans hand make every day in their rosary studios in Northern California. They recognize how personal a rosary is and realize that some people are happier with a rosary which is stronger, and more tactical than the usual jewelry style rosary beads.

They have been creating their original Paracord Rosaries since 2012. Their rosaries have the ruggedness to carry you through your day - every day - no matter where life takes you. They are made to withstand the battle. Your prayer and devotions will be more fulfilling when you don't worry about your rosary breaking, tangling up, snagging on clothing, or falling apart. These are not your grandmother's delicate rosary beads!

The organization also hand make historical WWI Battle Beads Rosaries. These are replicas of 1916 government service combat rosaries issued first during WWI and subsequently in WWII. They were also available in stores in later decades, as late as the 1960's, which is where the inspiration for the design of the WWI Battle Beads was acquired. They are the only company offering it with stainless steel beads, double loop split ring construction, and customizable formats.

Charitable Giving

St. Francis said, "It is in giving that we receive."

In gratitude for the many blessings they receive, they even donate a portion of their sales to St. Paul's Street Evangelization, and other various Catholic ministries, charity auctions, and events.


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