Passion Pater Noster Cord

Item #3240
Shipping Wt. 0.50 lbs.
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From the Solitaries of DeKoven
PASSION PATER NOSTER CORD


This year, venerate the Passion of Jesus Christ with a special Pater Noster cord made by a hermit Sister. A straight rope of beads with a cross at one end and a tassel at the other, it is a simplified way for lay people to share the prayer life of monks and nuns. Instead of memorizing and reciting 150 Psalms, the Our Father is repeated 50 times -- hence the 50 beads in a Pater Noster cord. Instructions and other prayers included. Approx. 24" long. Cross is approx. 1" long.

Solitaries of DeKoven: Santa Anna, Texas

Solitaries of DeKoven is a Religious Order of hermits within the Episcopal Church that embraces an ecumenical expression. Core members live at the Vigeat Radix Hermitage near Santa Anna in solitude and prayer in the silence of the hermitage. Their day revolves around the Divine Office, contemplation and intercession, study and manual labor. They are dedicated to solitary prayer on behalf of the Church and the world. Besides the normal tasks involved in living a simple life on acreage in the country, they make and sell Anglican Prayer Beads as a way to support themselves and as a vehicle to intercessory prayer.

Solitaries of DeKoven have as their patron Blessed James DeKoven, DD (1831–1879), who was a priest, educator and leader of the Anglo-Catholic movement in the Episcopal Church. In the 1870s he became the chief spokesman for the "ritualists," who were dedicated to an emphasis on the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist, and on the use of ritual practices that honored that presence. These included bowing to the altar, at the name of Jesus, and before receiving communion. Solitaries of DeKoven are inspired by his fierce spirit of vocation and devotion, even against strenuous opposition.