Ask Our Lady of the Cape, Queen of Intercessors, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary for favours with your blessed roses. Download the Blessed Roses Prayer "HERE" Have your priest bless your roses and distribute petals to family and friends. Remember Blessed Roses are a sacramental and must be either used, buried or burned. Download Image without going through Checkout Procedure "HERE"
Testimony from a child HERE
Testimony from Chris...
I received the beautiful candle and blessed rose petal in today's mail. Thank you so much. I love the idea of having a priest bless roses and I will definitely have this done and will share the petals with our parishioners at Our Lady of Sorrows in Fort Nelson, BC.
Just to let you know that the Blessed Rose Petal you sent me worked wonders. In just over 24 hours of receiving it, a date for the Blessing of the Roses at Our Lady of Sorrows in Fort Nelson BC has been set for Dec 8, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception.
We had the Blessing of the Roses on Dec 8th. We had a nice crowd considering we are a small parish. About 20-25 people which was great! People took multiples of the roses petals and Our Lady of the Cape consecration prayer cards. We also provided little paper envelopes so the people could get their petals home safely in the cold weather.
I took the remaining roses home and dried the petals between book pages. I like the smooth look it creates. I checked last week and they were not totally dry so I am sure they will dry by tomorrow and I will bring them to the parish for people to take this weekend in honor of Mary Mother of God Sunday.
My plan is to bundle the roses, as you did, with a rose petal in a zip lock bag, prayer card and MDM sheet with the blessing prayer. I also bought little mesh bags to put each little bundle in.
What a wonderful experience! I won't hesitate to do it again!
Many blessings to you and Dennis. Thank you so much for all of your guidance on this.
Warmest regards, Chris
Please listen to One Man's Vow to understand the magnitude of the prodigies of the Blessing of the Roses. The audio begins near the aforementioned section.