Chaplets are specific devotions that add dimension and depth to faith. Chaplets have different bead groupings, colours and even bead types to represent the particular devotions. Our collection includes over 150 different designs.

Since each Chaplet is handcrafted, they can often be ordered with different beads and materials, within the limits of availability, time constraints and the chaplet design itself. Examples: strung wood beads, divider medals replaced with single beads, strand styles; or gemstone or crystal beads with sterling or bronze components. The prices vary depending on the number of beads and types of components. Each Chaplet includes a durable colour prayer card and a sturdy zip-top bag.

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Pope Francis Chaplet

Composed of traditional Catholic Prayers, including “Oremus pro Pontifice” (in English), this chaplet is made with quality Czech glass beads with wire wrapped capped Pater beads in an accented colour and nickel silver components.(Z134)
St. John Paul II Chaplet

Featuring several of his reflections on prayer given at World Youth Day conferences, the official prayer for his intercession and excerpts from a prayer he wrote, this chaplet is made with Czech glass beads with wire-wrapped, capped single bead detailing and nickel silver components (Z135)
St. Kateri Tekakwitha Chaplet

(Canonization: 21 October 2012) She is the first Native North American to be canonized a saint. This chaplet includes a prayer in her own language as well as the traditional colors to represent the earth, her love for the Blessed Mother and the tears of the Holy Trinity for the environment. It is made with color-enhanced fossil stone. (Z066)
St. Mary Magdalene Chaplet

featuring Czech glass beads in both 6mm and 8mm with wire wrapped capped single beads in Nickel Silver construction. It is a prayer of repentance. (Z107)
Chaplet to St. Gerard for the Blessing of Parenthood

featuring Preciosa Czech glass beads with wrapped capped single beads. It is a prayer for those hoping to have children. (Z148)
Rosary of the 7 Dolors of Mary (7 Sorrows)

This popular chaplet features medals representing the mysteries as well as Preciosa Czech glass beads. Medals are attached with a sturdy wire wrapping technique. (Z061)
St. Michael Chaplet

featuring Black Onyx beads and solid bronze with a sturdy full wire-wrapped construction and cage-wrapped Pater detailing.(Z034E)
St. Catherine of Siena Chaplet

Including traditional Catholic prayers from “The Liturgy of the Hours”, the “Roman Breviary” as well as a prayer written by St. Catherine herself, this inspirational chaplet features Czech glass beads with wire wrapped Pater beads in a slightly larger size and nickel silver components. (Z158)
St. Gemma Chaplet

This chaplet includes an indulgenced prayer written by St. Gemma as well as an indulgenced prayer to be said before a crucifix. It has Czech glass beads, an indulgenced crucifix and nickel components. (Z090)
Chaplet of the Holy Angels

a traditional chaplet typically recited in the morning before the first rosary, this chaplet has been made with Sea Opal Glass beads and nickel silver components. (Z036)
Act of Contrition Chaplet

An ideal chaplet for prayer after the Sacrament of Reconciliation or to be said with prayers at the end of each day, it is single wire-wrapped with manufactured hematite and nickel silver components. (Z154B)
Children of Fatima Chaplet

unique chaplet featuring medal of Our Lady of Fatima, brown olive wood beads, and chaplet prayer card of Fatima prayers. (Z079)
Chaplet of Trustful Surrender to God’s Most Holy Will
This chaplet includes the Acts of Faith, Hope and Love, a St. Ignatius Loyola prayer, the Divine Praises and several Biblical passages to help in discerning God’s Will for each individual praying it. It has been handcrafted with Czech glass beads and nickel silver components. (Z028)
FIAT Rosary
Approved by Pope John Paul II, the devotion prayed with this chaplet was designed to celebrate the nativity of our Blessed Mother. Mary’s FIAT is her “yes” to God. Included are certain rosary mysteries and a prayer to the Holy Spirit. It has been handcrafted with Czech fire-polished glass beads and nickel silver parts. (Z039)
Little Flower Rosary

Also known as St. Therese of Lisieux Chaplet, this chaplet is available with metal rose beads and nickel silver components or strung with olive wood and either a nickel silver or gold-tone statue medal. (Z119)
Chaplet for the Souls of Priests Suffering in Purgatory

Composed by an anonymous Italian priest, this chaplet was based on the ancient devotion of the “33 Offerings of the Blood of Jesus”. It is made with gold-tone copper wire and quality Czech glass beads. (Z140)

St. Hubert of Liege Chaplet
Honouring the patron saint of hunters and converts, this prayers in this chaplet carry a partial indulgence when prayed on a Friday for the intentions of the Pope with the sufferings of Our Lord in mind. It is made with Bethlehem Olive Wood beads from pruned branches. (Z155)
Blessed Sacrament Chaplet

This indulgenced chaplet was approved by Pope Pius X (1911). The 33 beads represent Jesus’ Life on earth. It is available with either the traditional Job’s Tears beads and an aluminum medal or with Mountain Jade beads, a bronze medal and gold-tone components (bronze wire is a special order). (Z004)
Corona Of Our Lady’s Tears
This rare chaplet (IMPRIMATUR 1935), also known as “The Rosary of Our Lady’s Tears”, is based on the devotion to Our Sorrowful Mother and her apparition in Campinas Brazil. A bronze medal, specific to this devotion, was cast from a vintage original. It features Czech glass beads and solid bronze components. (Z056)

St. Paulina of the Agonizing Heart of Jesus Chaplet

A prayer of intercession for those suffering from Diabetes that features Czech glass beads and nickel silver components.

St. Alphonsus Liguori Chaplet

This chaplet includes excerpts of prayers written by St. Alphonsus and features Czech glass beads and nickel silver components. (Z157)

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