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Beads with Faith is a family run company based upon the Rosary and its teachings. As a Catholic company we aim to encompass faith and bead craft to create handmade Rosary beads, chaplets and Christocentric jewellery items. This blog will contain faith centred articles, information about our workshops and some of our products.

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  1. We have been really blessed here at Beads with Faith to be finding such a wonderful variety of Catholic and Marian Ministries across the world and Heart of Mary Womens Fellowship has really captured my heart and attention. it is a Parish based women’s fellowship that is 7 years old, the work that the Blessed Mother is doing through this Ministry is phenomenal, not only in the place where it began but across America and the world, lives and hearts are being touched by Our Blessed Mother through this beautiful ministry.

  2. We had the Pleasure of speaking with Producer Dennis Crowe about the upcoming film 'Eyes of Mercy' which aimsto inspire millions to pray the Rosary! You can link up with the Project on Social media too via facebook, They need your help to raise the funds needed to make this inspirational film! Visit their Kickstarter Campaign to Learn more and help them to make a difference 


    Eyes of Mercy English-PAGE 1

    Will you contribute $20, $50 or $100?

    **If the funds aren't raised to make this film, ALL the monies go back to the donors.

    DONATE HERE: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/voxdei/eyes-of-mercy

  3.  In a world where social media can bring us down or be truly inspirational, Beads with Faith are seeking out inspirational Catholics and showcasing their stories or ministries in our Guest Blogs section! We are delighted to have found Cory Shay, an inspirational Protestant Convert to Catholicism! I believe it is truly important that we share our stories of how Christ has touched our lives, and where we are with our Faith so that we can inspire and help others on their journey! 

    Cory Shay - Conversion Story 

    Here is the story of my conversion.
     
    It was my senior year of college, 1998-1999, and I was really struggling spiritually.  I had been a Protestant, but what the Protestants taught and practice was not really sitting well with me.  Plus, there was some issues in my old church, and I sought God on my own.  My Senior year in college I realized, there was only so much I could do.  I knew I needed to find a church again.  However, I did not care to go back to Protestant Churches (since I left my old church, I went to others, and just the things I saw and heard left me scratching my head. for example, I was at a church and the sermon was on what colors to paint the walls).