Bead One, Pray Too: A Guide to Making and Using Prayer Beads

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Church Publishing, Inc., 2008 - Crafts & Hobbies - 173 pages
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In stories and pictures, this book shows how people of all faith traditions use prayer beads as a spiritual tool and a means of expressing their creativity.  Every major world religion has a tradition of praying with beads and all are explored here, including the history and use of beads and specific prayers. 

Describes in detail and with diagrams how to make sets of prayer beads for personal use.
  

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User Review  - auntieknickers - LibraryThing

Pretty much what the title says; describes various kinds of rosaries and prayer beads and how to make them. A great resource for people who combine interests in spirituality/religion and arts and crafts, so I sent it to my daughter. Read full review

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User Review  - Merys Kelleher - Goodreads

This book was my introduction to the idea of prayer beads beyond the Marian rosary and the Hindu mala. The freedom that Anglican prayer beads allow me to craft my devotions to suit the particular ... Read full review

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Contents

A History of Beads and Prayer Beads
3
The Catholic Rosary
13
The Anglican Rosary
29
Praying with Prayer Beads
43
Prayers of Faith
49
Creating Prayers for the Anglican Rosary
51
Praying the Anglican Rosary with the Saints
69
Praying in Our Joys and Sorrows
87
Choosing the Right Beads
101
Making Your Own Rosaries
117
Giving the Gift of Prayer Beads
145
Resources for Beading and Praying
153
Afterword
163
An Invitation
169
Bibliography
171
Copyright

Beads of Faith
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About the author (2008)

Winston received her M.S. from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She became a newspaper religion reporter, and later a freelance journalist.

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