My friend just got one for her birthday. I had never heard of one before that. They put theirs above the stove but I just couldn't do that. Things splatter, like sauce. However, it was so sweet her husband and children made it for her.
I have such a small kitchen that it really doesn't matter where I put it. I will only have to take about a step to get to it from across the room, lol. But I know where I'm going to put it. It's going to go on the wall that leads to the living room, close to the refrigerator.
Post by Voxxkowalski on Mar 5, 2018 22:23:56 GMT -5
What makes it a kitchen rosary...is it made of macaroni and dried beans?
To hold the office of Pope is vacant due to heresy or death is utterly Catholic and within the Churchs teachings....to hold a dead man or heretic can hold the office is insanity and not Catholic at all ANON
I'm not a big fan of the style of the kitchen Rosaries I've found online. Most of them have a picture behind them and for some reason I find it distasteful. This is of course just my personal preference. There's really nothing wrong with a picture. I threw around the idea of having him wood burn a simple image on it but I don't even think I want that. I think I'd rather it be in a solid oak, shallow box that would create a ledge to sit a little statue of Our Lady on, or if in a future house I have it by the oven it would help shield it from splatters.
"Certainly, you must be informed about modern errors because preaching the truth involves preaching about distancing oneself from error; but do not make the negative, secondary aspect into the most important! Your first aim is not to fight against error but to know the truth. Your central concern should be study, your sanctification, silence, meditation, and the exercise of charity." - Archbishop Lefebvre
I have a 5 x 5 plastic box with 10 clothes pins that go in and out as needed. I laminated 3x5 color-coded cards with the name of each mystery. 5 green cards for Joyful, 5 red cards for Sorrowful, 5 yellow cards for Glorious.
I don't use it as much now because I recorded my own Rosary with Audacity and uploaded it to my iPod. I can say it along with "myself" and never get distracted!
Clotilde: My son just finished driver's ed class! Yay for having another driver soon. Boo for watching his childhood slip away.
Mar 29, 2019 10:40:50 GMT -5
RitaMarita: Congratulations, Clotilde!!! And it is SO true... They grow up SO FAST... My little niece I took care of as a baby is turning 18 this year...
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Voxxkowalski: Is there something we’ve done to offend.
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peremat: i need an email of a sedevecantist priest in Africa.. am being denied sacraments by the norvus ordo establishment...my email is email@example.com
Aug 20, 2019 3:34:12 GMT -5
Voxxkowalski: Peremat...sorry we can help you with that. Africa is a Big continent btw
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Marya Dabrowski: Happy Thanksgiving. For all those traveling tomorrow, safe travels!
Nov 27, 2019 21:11:06 GMT -5
Clotilde: Thanks! We had a very nice celebration with friends.
Nov 30, 2019 13:29:41 GMT -5
Marya Dabrowski: I'm going to try to have the kids put out their shoes tonight; first time ever!
Dec 5, 2019 13:56:49 GMT -5
Clotilde: We got a new St. Nicholas statue and I was very pleased with the quality! I buy gold coins at Aldis for the shoes and usually they get new clothes or some PJs. We went to DL for the feast.
Dec 7, 2019 1:27:28 GMT -5
Marya Dabrowski: Gold coins are a good idea. My kids only got gum or tic-tacs or a couple pieces of chocolate. I wish the toddler would have not been one of the first ones up to keep digging through everyone's shoes.
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