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This beautiful silicone rosary is sure to bring joy to your home. The vintage bloom beads of this teething toy are like the different shades of light pink roses. It is soothing and will also help to build wonder and love for the rosary. Watching your child hold this Silicone Rosary is like watching them hold the hand of Mary.
Our Silicone Baby Rosaries feature:
- Our own chewy cross
- Sturdy USA Made Paracord
- USA Made Snap clasp
- FDA-certified, food-grade silicone
- Lifetime guarantee
- Artisan-made in Michigan, USA
Please note the Little Flower has undergone a small design facelift. Our safety standard and overall color pattern remains, just with a slightly different design. The second photo denotes the change, more professional photos to come.
Not suitable as a chewable toy for children ages 4+ and not intended for children to sleep with.
This silicone rosary is named after St. Thérèse of Lisieux, the Little Flower. Thérèse was born in 1873. She was the youngest child of Sts. Zelie and Louis Martin. With the extraordinary example of her parents’ faith, she developed a love for God and a strong habit of prayer at a very young age.
Although her faith was quite mature, Thérèse struggled not to act childish. She had a habit of being somewhat selfish and overly emotional when she did not get her away. She struggled with these things until one Christmas when she asked for Jesus’ help to be more grown up. From then on, Thérèse always did her best to be humble and generous.
After facing many obstacles, Thérèse was allowed to enter the convent at the young age of 15 years old. As a carmelite nun, she experienced a much more challenging life than what she had known in the comforts of her family home. She also experienced the hardship of not being able to be with her father as he suffered through many health challenges.
Although she was young and didn’t have the most extensive instruction in Theology, St. Thérèse is a Doctor of the Church. Her autobiography Story of a Soul has impacted thousands and continues to bring more people deeper into their spiritual lives.
St.Thérèse died at the young age of 24 in 1897. In 1925, Pope Pius XI canonized her.