Chaplet of the Ten Evangelical Virtues of the Mother of God
One blue Pearl Chaplet of the Ten Evangelical Virtues of the Mother of God features a unique Crucifix and Medal in silver color.
Gold Chaplets feature a St. Benedict crucifix, gold rose beads and Our Lady of Fatima medal.
Father Auriemma relates that the Blessed Virgin promised St. Matilda a happy death if she every day recited three "Hail Marys," in honor of her power, wisdom and goodness. Moreover, she herself told St. Jane Frances de Chantal that the "Hail Mary" was most acceptable to her, and especially when recited ten times in honor of her ten virtues.
From the book called "The Glories Of Mary by St. Alphonsus de Liguori
Includes Prayer Card
To begin, make the Sign ofthe Holy Cross. Pray oneOur Father Pray tenHail Marysfor each of the followingVirtuesbelow. After the wordsHoly Mary, Mother of God- recite theVirtueand continue with the prayer:Pray for us Sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen
Most Pure (Mt 1:18, 20, 23; Lk 1:27,34)
Most Prudent (Lk 2:19, 51)
Most Humble (Lk 1:48)
Most Faithful (Lk 1:45; Jn 2:5)
Most Devout (Lk 1:46-7; Acts 1:14)
Most Obedient (Lk 1:38; 2:21-2, 27)
Most Poor (Lk 2:7)
Most Patient (Jn 19:25)
Most Merciful (Lk 1:39, 56)
Most Sorrowful (Lk 2:35)
V.Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit. R.As it was in the Beginning, is Now and ever shall be, world without end. Amen
V.In Your Conception, O Virgin Mary, You were Immaculate. R.Pray for us to God our Father, Whose Son, Jesus Christ, you brought forth into the world.
Let us pray
Omnipotent Father, You prepared the Virgin Mary to be the worthy mother of Your Son. You let her share beforehand in the salvation Jesus Christ would bring by His death, Resurrection and Ascension and kept her sinless from the first moment of her conception. Help us by her prayers to live in Your presence without Sin. We ask this in the Name of Jesus Christ our Lord, in unity with the Holy Spirit. Amen
V.The Virgin Mary's Immaculate Conception R.Be our health and our protection. Amen