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Does my rosary need a medallion?

by Kera
(Hillsborough, NC)

If I want to make a rosary myself do I need to have a medallion on it or could I just have the rosary and crucifix?

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My opinion...
by: pushpachristie

If I have to say the answer to this question then my opinion is we don't need medallion we need only the Rosary to say with beads and Crucifix.

You know sometimes when I am walking on the way among crowds of people, or alone in the house and waking outside in the compound, or while traveling I don't use Rosary I just use my fingers so that nobody knows I am praying, or saying Rosary.

So what I believe is we just need devotion towards our Mother Mary and concentration when you say Rosary.

Sweet Heart of Mary be our Salvation.
God bless you.

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