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Sarah Neerjah Swing wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • I wanted to know if I can get a prayed Rosary from the Vatican?
  • How much would it cost with shipping to India?
  • How much time it would take to reach India?

Thanks and Regards,

Sarah Neerjah Swing

  { Can I get a blessed Rosary from the Vatican and how much would it cost? }

Eric replied:

Hi, Sarah —

What's a "prayed Rosary"?

What you may have in mind is a blessed Rosary, which is a Rosary over which a priest has pronounced a blessing.

Blessed objects cannot be sold (at least not for their blessing) so there is no way to buy one.
Your local parish priest can bless a Rosary, but if you want one blessed by the Pope, as far as
I know, the only way you can obtain this, is to go to Rome when the Pope is blessing objects
(or send a friend) and bring a Rosary for him to bless.

Perhaps one of my colleagues could tell you when he does this, if in fact he does. I'm not even sure.


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