The Celtic Rosary
To Begin with, the Celtic Rosary is a Misnomer...
This is actually the Celtic or Breton Chaplet.
A Celtic Rosary was actually the practice of reciting
the Psalms every day. Knots tied into a rope helped the Monks
keep track of the Psalms as they recited them.
This particular Set of prayers is Called a Chaplet because it
is small, and relatively uncomplicated for recitation.
Description: A Chained or Rope Ring of 33 Beads, with a Celtic Cross
(or Crucifix) attached to the Ring.
Origin: The Breton Reference describes this "Celtic Rosary" as a means of
asking for God's Merciful Help and Protection. Each Bead represents one
year in the life of Jesus Christ.
On Each Bead or Knot say: "Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior, Have Mercy
upon me, a sinner!"
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