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Lasso Rosaries

Posted by Lisa Marie Stadele on

It is the wedding season and just arrived at Lisa’s Catholic Treasures are some beautiful Lasso Rosaries. The Lasso Rosary has its historic origins in Spain. It is a double rosary that forms the infinity symbol when placed over the heads of the wedding couple after they have exchanged their vows.

The rosary begins with a large crucifix and the five beads of the drop on a regular rosary ending with a centerpiece. From this centerpiece, there is a rosary to the right and a rosary to the left. Each begins with the first five beads of the regular rosary ending with another centerpiece. From this centerpiece is the five decade loop of Hail Mary and Our Father beads.

The Lasso Rosary is a visual symbol that the bride and groom are voluntarily binding themselves together before their family, friend, and God.

Throughout their marriage, this is a beautiful rosary to pray together.

Check out www.LisasCatholicTreasures.com for Lasso Rosaries and other wedding gift ideas.

Looking for a unique gift idea? What about a wall crucifix? A Nativity Set for their first Christmas together, even one that can be added to each year? Add to their everyday décor with a statue of the Holy Family or a special saint?

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