Gold Rosaries - 14 K Gold Rosary Necklaces - Rosario Oro

The Rosary or Rosarium in Latin means "crown of roses", it’s a century’s old revered prayer tradition of the Catholic Church. Through the Rosary we meditate on Christ's life and we ask the Holy Mother for her intercession before her son. People throughout the world pray the rosary with confidence and faith for their intentions, the needs of the world and for the souls in purgatory.

The Rosary consists of repeated sequences of the Lord’s Prayer, followed by ten prayings of the Hail Mary (also known as decades) and a single praying of “Glory Be to the Father” following every ten Hail Marys. Sometimes the Rosary is accompanied by the Fatima Prayer, and after praying each decade it is accompanied with one of the Mysteries of the Rosary, which tells the life of Jesus Crist.

The beads in the Rosary are a physical method that helps you keep count of the Hail Marys you have already prayed; you recite the prayers as you move your fingers along the beads. This way it’s easier to meditate on the Mysteries of the Holy Rosary without mentally having to count the Hail Marys. There are five groups of ten beads or decades in a five decade Rosary. Before each decade of ten Hail Marys, we recite an Our Father Prayer using the large bead as a guide and a new mystery is meditated upon the larger beads.

The Rosary has 15 Mysteries, grouped into three sets: The Joyful, The Sorrowful and The Glorious Mysteries. In 2002 five new Mysteries were added by Pope John Paul II, The Luminous Mysteries, for a total of 20 Mysteries. The Mysteries are meant as meditations on the life of Christ, which follows him from the Annunciation to the Resurrection. There are five stages of Christ’s life within each of the Mysteries that have to be contemplated.

How to Pray the Rosary:

When starting to pray the Rosary, you start on the short strand by doing the sign of the cross and reciting the Apostles Creed at the Crucifix, followed by an Our Father at the very first large bead, three Hail Mary’s on the following three large beads (which stand for faith, hope and charity), and a Glory be to the Father on the following bead. You then start praying the decades, beginning with an Our Father on the next large bead, followed by ten Hail Marys on the small beads, the Glory Be to the Father and the Fatima prayer for each of the following decades (Fatima Prayer: "O My Jesus, Forgive us our sins. Save us from the fires of hell. Lead all souls to Heaven. Especially those most in need of thy mercy"). In conclusion pray a Hail Holy Queen and do the sign of the cross.

Wood, glass, bone, crushed flowers, semi-precious stones such as agate, amber, jasper or jet as well as Gold, crystal, coral and silver are a few of the many materials used to make Rosary beads. Yet at the time of praying, the world today uses beads made of simple wooden beads or plastic beads connected by strings or cords. is proud to give you access to our selection of 14k Gold Rosaries, which make extraordinary gift ideas for Ordination, birthdays, teacher’s gifts, Wedding, Confirmation, Communion, Baptism or any special occasion as well as a wonderful heirloom that your family will cherish. Give your children the gift of faith and teach them how to pray the Rosary with Maria Guadalupe Cevallos Almada’s: A Rosary for Children book (El Rosario Para los Ninos) a beautiful guide for children available in both english and spanish. If you’re looking to learn how to pray the Rosary then check our audio CD by Claudia Barua, it is also available in both languages: The Holy Rosary (El Santo Rosario).

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