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Miraculous Medals Bracelet Handwoven with Love and Prayer & Blessed at My Church

This bracelet is a lovely textural mix of silver Miraculous Medals medals woven into a strand of Dark blue macramé;. In addition to the ten medals, the word “blessed” is inscribed on a little metal tag. Adjustable slipknot closure. Handmade. 


Handwoven with love and prayer!

Blessed From my local church<3


Did you know that the design of the medal of the Immaculate Conception was given to St. Catherine Labourè by the Blessed Virgin Mary herself? And that the Blessed Mother told her that all its wearers would receive special graces, especially if they wore it around their neck?

That's why this special medal is called a "miraculous" medal because, since it was first made in 1832, the blessings that Mary promised began to shower down on its wearers.


The Miraculous Medal was introduced to the world by St. Catherine Labouré, a novice with the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent De Paul in France. (She's pictured above in video with the Blessed Virgin Mary). In 1830 she received a vision from Mary in which Our Lady appeared inside an oval frame which bore the inscription “O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.”


The Blessed Mother asked that this image be put on a medal, saying all who wear it would receive great graces. The first medals were stuck in 1832. 


Many of those wearing them did indeed receive blessings, including cures for illnesses and seemingly miraculous conversions, and it soon became popularly known as the “Miraculous Medal.” Today, the Miraculous Medal is still a wonderful way of showing, and spreading, devotion to both our Lady and our Lord as well!


Thanks for looking <3

Miraculous Medals Bracelet Handwoven with Love and Prayer & Blessed at My Church