Saint Benedict, San Benito Devotional Rosary Beads Bracelet in Black

Rosary Bracelet

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Saint Benedict Devotional Rosary Bracelet

  • Gorgeous and unique line of St. Benedict jewelry and gifts
  • Black wood beads with St. Benedict medal and cross
  • Hand Made in Brazil
  • High Quality and Excellent Finish
  • Excellent Favors for Special Events – Christmas, Birthday, First Communion, Weddings, etc

Saint Benedict Devotional Rosary Bracelet - Black Beads Features:

Solid, black wood elastic bracelet with St. Benedict crucifix and medallion. St Benedict Medal embedded in the crucifix and medallion on both sides. These black wooden beads and crucifix are naturally treated, and threaded with sturdy elastic string. This devotional bracelet is extremely durable and will last a lifetime. Comes in black and cherry.

Devotional bracelet diameter: 2.5 inch (6.35 cm), Wooden Crucifix length: 1 inch (2.5 cm), Wood prayer beads 0.35 inch (9 mm), St. Benedict Medal: 0.55 inch (1.4 cm)

Wear this trendy bracelet while being reminded of the Benedectine values. Its rich symbolic imagery calls upon God to protect our bodies and souls from evil. The Benedictines consider this medal effective in asking for inner harmony and healing those suffering from infectious diseases. Wood beads bracelet stretches for comfortable fit.

A genuine Catholic gift for anyone! Perfect for birthdays, Christmas, Easter Sunday, First Holy Communion and Father's Day. Both men and women can wear as a devotional bracelet. Comes with Saint Benedict prayer card.

St. Benedict Bracelet is a shimmering reminder of Jesus Christ's great sacrifice for all of us, according to the Saint's Prolog of his Rule. This shiny piece can also serve as a prayer of exorcism against Satan, a prayer for strength in time of temptation, a prayer for peace among ourselves and among the nations of the world. Bracelets of Saint Benedict are sacramentals that may be blessed legitimately by any priest or any deacon.


Saint Benedict, also known as Benedict of Nursia and known as the “Father of Wester Monasticism”, is one of the saints of the Orthodox Christian Church. He was born in Nursia, Italy in 470 AD. Not much is known about his childhood but we do know that he was sent to Rome in order to go to school. He was ultimately unhappy with this path and instead he chose to reject the world and all materialism that came with it.

He fled Rome to become a monk. He lived here for a while but then fled once again to live in a cave near Subiaco. The cave itself was near a villa that the Emperor Nero built. He lived in this cave for three years. It was a solitary existence and he spent the whole time in prayer. However, God didn’t want him to remain in this solitary life. Once nearby monks heard about him and eventually asked him to become their abbot. 

Although he did agree to being their abbot, he wasn’t well received there. He favored an ascetic life and the men in the monastery didn’t agree with it. They actually tried to poison him while he was there. He managed to avoid  being poisoned because when he did the cross over the cup, it shattered, thus sparing him. After this, he returned to his cave. It is also believed that Benedict had a sister who lived in another monastery.


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