Thursday, September 29, 2011

St. Therésè Sacrifice Beads


"St. Therésè, the Little Flower, as a child, used a small string of beads in her pocket to help her count the gifts she did to offer to God. In this way she was able to advance in perfection daily. You too, can grow in holiness by following the example of the Little Flower.

Sacrifice Beads or Good Deed Beads are a string of ten beads, which can be pulled and remain in place. They are used to count the acts of love or sacrifices a person makes in a day for God. The string of beads helps a person to grow in virtue by challenging them to be faithful in making acts of love each day. Sacrifice Beads also have a fixed Our Father bead on the end of them and can double up as a rosary."



For our 6th Little Flowers Girls' Club Meeting for Wreath IV, which focuses on St. Therese and the gift of Piety, we will be making Sacrifice Beads using cord and beads in the color "Amethyst," the jewel for this particular meeting.

Supplies:

11 Pony Beads 
25" Piece of Cord
1 Miraculous Medal or St. Therese Medal
1 Crucifix



“Without love, deeds - even the most brilliant, 
count as nothing” - St. Therésè of Lisieux

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