Beads with Faith is a family run company based upon the Rosary and its teachings. As a Catholic company we aim to encompass faith and bead craft to create handmade Rosary beads, chaplets and Christocentric jewellery items. This blog will contain faith centred articles, information about our workshops and some of our products.

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  1. Love is ......

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    From a human perspective we have many different definitions of love. If we return to our Christian roots and Biblical teaching, our catechesis and our own knowledge of Our Faith, we can view the Biblical definition of love and we can try to live it. This is not a simple thing to do and so having found this beautiful 10 ways to love, I thought I would share it with you all as we embark on a new journey of love, getting to know one another and helping each other to grow in faith.

  2. Matthew 18:3

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    "Then he said, "I tell you the truth, unless you turn from your sins and become like little children, you will never get into the Kingdom of Heaven."

    Last term my daughter and I attended a Primary school in Glasgow to make a decade Rosary with 40 children aged 7! They have not long received the sacrament of Reconciliation and it was such a joy to spend an hour with them!

  3. The Miraculous Medal

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    New items at Beads with Faith

    It was in November of 1830. It was a period when God and His Church were being attacked by His enemies, and ignored by the faithful. Our Lady told Sister Catherine about the evils of the world, which were to become more intense in the years that lay ahead. She then portrayed an image signifying her Immaculate Conception. She instructed Sister Catherine to have a medal made to that likeness, which should be worn by all as a safeguard against the snares of the devil. As Sister Catherine tells it:

  4. A Little Paper Bag Prayer Book

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    There really are some amazing websites and blogs out there! In a recent discussion I was directed to a website called Catholic Icing. I get quite excited about these things, as you can imagine when I saw their Paper bag Rosary book I was quite excited!

    Its great to find new and exciting ways to spread the word of God and also to find things that bring a bit more enthusiasm back to family prayer! Its also amazing to find like minded people!