The story behind the rosary.
A rosary are prayer beads in use in the Catholic Church. The rosary consists of five large and 50 small beads and used for the Rosary. This prayer consists of praying the Our Father (15 times) and the Hail Mary (150 times) by going through the rosary three times. During this prayer is considered the life and suffering of Jesus and the resurrection. Praying 150 times a Hail Mary is in fact a simplification for ordinary church people that the 150 psalms could recite by heart, like the monks were able to do. The rosary was named, according to Catholic tradition, a revelation of Mary itself: every time a Hail Mary is prayed, they gave her a beautiful rose. Each rosary is complete, so it is said, for her a crown of roses. In Islam and in distant places come to the rosary-like chains. The Rosary is the most universally used symbol for the faith. In Tibet, the Mala for almost 100% only a Catholic rosary made of genuine notes. As each nation has its own rosary in the faith. The story behind the medallion Traditionally there are in the Catholic faith medallions in vogue, often with the image of Mary and Jesus. These medallions were and are worn as lucky charms and processed include rosaries. The exact origins of these medallions is very early after the birth of Jesus. When the medallions were however very primitive. From that gold is well-known, there are already medallions in gold and silver. The earliest known locket lies at around 50 AD and was found in Egypt.