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Ladybug Rosary

During the Middle Ages, a variety of pests were devouring precious crops, much to the dismay of farmers and city dwellers alike. In desperation, the people prayed to God, invoking the intercession of Our Blessed Mother Mary. Soon thereafter, little beetles sporting red wings with black spots began appearing in the fields, with a voracious appetite for aphids and other pests. The crops were saved, and the grateful farmers named the bright red bugs "Lady beetles," in deference to the Holy Virgin Mary. The red wings were said to symbolize the Virgin Mary's cloak, while the black spots, of which there are technically seven, represented the seven joys and sorrows of the Mother of God.

This adorable rosary was created using colorful ceramic beads and comes in an organza gift bag for ease in gift giving. Includes a small story card with a prayer on back.

Material: Ceramic/Zinc Alloy
Size: 15 mm; 29" L; 2" Crucifix
Item: YC354

Only $9.99


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Lady Bug
By Kelly
Jun 21, 2018
I bought this for my 5-yr old who loves Ladybugs. The lady bug beads are super cute, very nice, detailed beads and the crucifix is pretty and good quality. I know it tells you, but I didn't fully appreciate from the picture and description how large this would be. The ladybug beads are about the size of a fingernail, which is fairly big so this rosary is about 10 inches longer than any other we own, maybe a tad unwieldy, especially for a little girl. I still love it but a better alternative might have been to use normal small rosary-sized black beads for the Hail Marys and to use the ladybugs for the Our Fathers. I'd buy another if they do.