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aromaRosary offers hand-crafted rosaries that hold and diffuse essential oils to expand the prayer experience.

Why the Rosary?

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For years monks and religious have used beads as a tool to help them keep track of their daily prayers. Some, for example would pray the Psalms this way throughout the day. This simple discipline created a way for them to remain present while also connected to God. St. Dominic and Bl. Alan de la Roche were pioneers of the devotion at the bequest of the Blessed Virgin Mary to help combat the Albigensian ideas "that adultery, fornication, and suicide were praiseworthy; that there is no heaven, no hell, no moral code."

Over time with the inspiration of saints, popes and even mystical revelations, the rosary as we know it today took shape utilizing the Our Father, Hail Mary and Glory Be as its meter of prayer upon which meditation on the life of Christ rests. Apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary have solidified its place as a dutiful and faith filled practice to draw us out of ourselves and into deeper union with Christ.

Faithful recitation of the Rosary has lead to miraculous outcomes. Wars have been won, averted and defined by its prayer. Heresy has been rooted out by its power. Personal addiction has been conquered; physical healings have been granted; emotional wounds have been mended; and families have been knit back together through the prayer of the rosary.  Above all, the prayer life of countless millions have been enriched and anchored in Jesus Christ. As we have been inspired through the stories and transformations here at aromaRosary so, too, we pray that you are inspired and transformed as you let the Blessed Virgin Mary guide you and draw you closer to her Son.

The Rosary, though clearly Marian in character, is at heart a Christocentric prayer. With all the depth of the Gospel message in its entirety... it echoes the prayer of Mary, her perennial Magnificat for the work of the redemptive Incarnation which began in her virginal womb.
— Saint John Paul the Great