Holy Rosary Tee
Holy Rosary Tee
Show your devotion to the Blessed Mother and our Lord and Savior Jesus with this Holy Rosary Tee offered in 4 colors.
The Holy Rosary Tee displays your devotion to our Lord and Savior Jesus through the Blessed Mother. In addition to coming in a variety of sizes, it comes in four colors in comfortable 100% eco-friendly cotton. The Holy Rosary Tee has become a signature design for us as part of the original MyCatholicTshirt line, thus making it a favorite for many. The Holy Rosary Tee makes a great gift. Additionally, it’s an essential part of any wardrobe for any Catholic with a devotion to the Rosary.
The Rosary has proven to have tremendous power over the centuries and is well documented throughout history. “The Rosary” is from the Latin rosarium. Its meaning is “Crown of Roses.” The Holy Rosary is a certain form of prayer. The sequence of prayers is the Lord’s Prayer, then ten Hail Mary‘s, and the Glory Be to the Father. The Fatima Prayer, is followed by each sequence. Each sequence is known as a decade. Five decades are prayed. First off, you begin with the Apostle’s Creed and five initial prayers. The praying of each decade is accompanied by meditation on one of the Mysteries of the Holy Rosary. Most noteworthy, these mysteries recall the life of Jesus.
The Holy Rosary Tee Display the Mysteries
The traditional fifteen Mysteries of the Holy Rosary were standardized by Pope Pius V, and done so based on the long-standing custom in the 16th century. The mysteries are grouped into three sets of mysteries: the Joyful mysteries, the Sorrowful mysteries, and the Glorious mysteries. In 2002, Pope John Paul II announced a set of five new optional mysteries called the Luminous mysteries. As a result, that brought the total number of mysteries to twenty. The Holy Rosary Tee proudly displays all four sets of mysteries right on the front for all to see. Therefore, don’t just pray the Rosary, wear it.
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Black, White, Red, Green
Small, Medium, Large, XL, 2XL
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