Stations of the Cross refers to the depiction of the final hours of Jesus and includes the main scenes of Christ's sufferings and death. This rosary ring, often called a finger rosary, is popular because it can be worn on your finger and used throughout the day. It is a single decade rosary, meaning it represents one decade, and can be spun around the finger multiple times as it is prayed. This compact finger rosary ring is set in a two tone silver and gold color or on one side and gold color on the other. Eleven of the 14 stations are portrayed on the back. A single simulated garnet rests in the cross. Measures 2 1/8 inches by 1 5/8 inches with interior diameter of 3/4 inch. This product is made in the United States and is Triple Plated in 14K Gold and Sterling Silver. The garnet stone is European Glass. From the Vatican Library Collection.
|By:||Sandy the reader (Mint Hill, NC, June 1, 2009)|
|Review:||This was a little heavier thanI expected but I love it. I say a novena to Saint Jude everyday when I drive and I have this on my finger.|