Four symbolizes the Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ with its four
points, and the created world with its four compass points and
Seven symbolizes fullness or completion, the seven days of
Creation, the seven days of the week, and the seven Church Seasons.
33 total beads reflect the years of our Lord Jesus Christ's
An image can only be an introduction or sampling not to replace the
focus obtained from the sight and handling of the actual prayer beads.
Obtain your own rosary from the
Solitaries of DeKoven
and join in their ministry of prayer.
Friends who I have visited as a Lay Eucharistic Visitor and shared
Holy Communion, but have departed this life, are remembered on the purple beads
within my rosary.
To see the memorials, touch the purple beads on the inside
edge, closest to the center of the bead loop.
The rosary shown was touched and given by St. Paul's Episcopal Church in
Maumee, Ohio, on September 17, 2002, to its dear parishioner, Raymond Gallo,
Jr., to comfort him as he completed his trip to heaven. On October 7, 2002,
it remained with his loving wife Phyllis and family.
I give thanks to my dear wife, Louise, for her gift of my Anglican Rosary.
I give thanks to a Solitary of DeKoven for permission to use their
materials, and for her compliment and prayers.
I give thanks to Erik Bosrup for allowing me to utilize his
overLIB Java Script programs to create the rosary image's mouse-over
prayer pop-ups. I encourage you to visit his
web site to learn how you might use it as well.
I am sorry if the mouse-over prayer pop-ups do not work for you.
You may have an older Internet Browser that does not handle this Java
Script programming. But you may see the sequenced rosary prayers at
An Anglican Rosary Prayers
This page last updated on 11-29-2016.
In memory of Ann and Ted Moss,
Maud and James Garvin, Betty Thorton, Geraldine Holtz, Helen Wood,
Hephzibah and Hartley Watts, Mayo Roe, Bertha Gates, Frona Deken,
Donald Dorf, John Littlemeyer, Virginia Burdo, Helen Grant,
Raymond Gallo Jr., Naomi Schultz, Alice Spaulding, Patricia Barker,
Mary Green, Marjorie Wilson, Ruth and Harold Leatherman, Alburta Johnson,
Mary Ward, George and Grey Schmidt, Naomi Bryant, Thelma Sechler,
Don Strohbeck, Betty George, and Bob Flick.