- Saint Rose of Lima -
. I created this unique and meaningful necklace designs in honor of Saint Rose of Lima. Express your faith and devotion with this handmade necklace, it's a very powerful piece and a true gift for yourself or someone special.
. Created With:
Beautiful 57x37mm pendant with image of Saint Rose of Lima, adorned with clear rhinestones.
This pendant comes with chain.
Materials: Rhinestones & Metal
- All medals come with prayer
. Please note: This Necklace its handmade by hands that love to create and use their work to inspire people.
Please not that handmade products can may vary slightly in appearance. I think that it is great because make it uniques and i hope that you feel the same.
. The charms are not waterproof.
. Orders are sent by registered email [CTT-Portugal mail] with track and trace system.
- About Saint Rose of Lima
Feastday: August 23
Patron of Latin America and Phillipines
Virgin, born at Lima, Peru 20 April, 1586; died there the 24 of August, 1617.
St. Rose of Lima is the patroness of Latin America and the Philippines. This South American Saint's real name was Isabel, but she was such a beautiful baby that she was called Rose, and that name remained. As she grew older, she became more and more beautiful, and one day, her mother put a wreath of flowers on her head to show off her loveliness to friends. But Rose had no desire to be admired, for her heart had been given to Jesus. So she put a long pin into that wreath and it pierced her so deeply, that she had a hard time getting the wreath off afterward. Another time she became afraid that her beauty might be a temptation to someone, since people could not take their eyes off her. Therefore, she rubbed her face with pepper until it was all red and blistered.
St. Rose worked hard to support her poor parents and she humbly obeyed them, except when they tried to get her to marry. That she would not do. Her love of Jesus was so great that when she talked about Him, her face glowed and her eyes sparkled.
Rose had many temptations from the devil, and there were also many times when she had to suffer a feeling of terrible loneliness and sadness, for God seemed far away. Yet she cheerfully offered all these troubles to Him. In fact, in her last long, painful sickness, this heroic young woman use to pray: "Lord, increase my sufferings, and with them increase Your love in my heart."
Many miracles followed her death. She was beatified by Clement IX, in 1667, and canonized in 1671 by Clement X, the first American to be so honored. Her feast is celebrated 23 of August. She is represented wearing a crown of roses.