Called To Knighthood | The Warrior Rosary
The Warrior’s Rosary is a concept that has lived in the mind and heart of Catholic author and EWTN producer Thomas K. Sullivan for more than 10 years (his popular book, “Called to Knighthood”, is used by many boys about to make their Confirmation.)
This Warrior’s Rosary brings together the elements of “Military Combat” and “Spiritual Warfare” and places one of the most powerful weapons in spiritual warfare into your hands – our Blessed Mother’s Rosary.
Available in both a semi-precious stone “genuine hematite” with its chainmail armor color, and a “Bohemian glass” with its deep red color — both tying in the concept of Knights and Warriors.
Each piece was custom designed by Ghirelli to embody the reality of a Spiritual Warrior in the Kingdom of God that every baptized Christian is called to be.
Beads Available in the following sizes and colors: 6mm Black genuine hematite bead; 8mm black genuine hematite bead with antique silver medals; and 8mm red Bohemian red with antique silver medals Crucifix Made from Zamak material: a strong set of zinc and aluminum alloy in a silver and gold antique finishing Centerpiece Also made from Zamak alloy in silver and gold antique finishing.
The Crucifix takes the three scriptural images of the Word made flesh in the person of Jesus Christ, the Sword of the Spirit which is the Word of God, and the victory of the Cross, and combines them into a truly one-of-a-kind Crucifix. The back of the Crucifix features the sword affixed to the cross with the word “KNIGHT” on the blade below the handle.
No Knight, Warrior or Soldier goes into battle alone. Therefore, this Warrior’s Rosary features a knight/soldier/warrior saint from different parts of the world and periods of time on each of its medals. The Our Father Medals present an Elite Spiritual Special Forces Team going into battle with you when praying this rosary. The first Our Father medal features an image of St. Joseph, protecting a family and casting away a dragon under his title as, “Terror of Demons”. The second Our Father medal features an image of St. Michael the Archangel slaying the dragon Lucifer under his title as, “Invincible Warrior”. The third Our Father Medal features an image of St. George of England under his title, “The Great Martyr”. The fourth Our Father Medal features an image of St, Louis IX King of France under his title, “Lieutenant of God”. The fifth Our Father Medal features an image of St, Ignatius of Loyola under his title, “Father General”. The sixth Our Father Medal features an image of Blessed Jose Louis Sanchez del Rio, a 14 year old Cristero martyred in Mexico under the title “Viva Christo Rey”.