“Devotion to Our Lady of Sorrows became a standard devotion in the Church around the 14th century. It was revealed to St. Bridget of Sweden (1303-1373) that devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary’s Seven Sorrows would bring great signal graces. The devotion consists in praying seven Hail Mary’s while meditating on the Seven Sorrows of Mary.
Mary, in a unique way, willingly suffered alongside her Divine Son as he gave his life to save the world, and she felt the bitterness of his passion as only a mother can. This devotion is especially remembered during September, the Month of Our Lady of Sorrows (the feast of Our Lady of Sorrows is September 15th), and during the season of Lent.” – CatholicCompany
This bracelet is made with light blue wood beads, bronze flowers, and clear crystal beads.
The bracelet is approximately 7.25-7.50 in. If you need a larger or smaller size, please contact us.
This bracelet is made of stretchy string, so there is a bit of wiggle room. However, to preserve your bracelet, avoid wearing near water or while doing things where the bracelet could be excessively stretched.