I found these Saint Mother Teresa Rosaries in Kolkata, India.
I almost lost my way a few times searching out the Missionaries of Charity in Kolkata, India, where I found these simple Rosaries. The building is not flashy or opulent but it has served its purpose for many years, which is to care for the poor and suffering, or as Christ called them:
“The Least of These”
I prayed by St. Mother Teresa’s graveside and was given the opportunity to visit a room where the nuns were serving orphans, playing with them, reading to them, and feeding them. I also got to take a peek into Mother Teresa’s room, which as I expected, was small and bare. I don’t think she spent much time in this room.
These Saint Mother Teresa Rosaries are simple.
The simplicity of these Rosaries perfectly matches the simplicity of Saint Teresa’s life of service and prayer. Held together by a durable white string, a small plastic medallion contains the image of Saint Teresa on one side and the image of Mary and the Christ child on the other side.
Pray with these pieces daily or hang them from your car mirror.
Available in White and Blue. Approximately 17″ long. Crucifixes are just under 2″ long.