Pope Francis Spiritual Medicine - Misericordina - Rosary - Year Of Faith

Wonderful medicine for the soul - Blessed by Pope Francis

This is an Official rosary,

Complemented by Pope Francis parchment blessing. It was distributed by nuns in Saint Peter Square after Pope Francis talked about it during his Angelus. At the close of his Angelus address on November 17th, Pope Francis encouraged those in St. Peter’s Square to pick up a little box of spiritual medicine on their way out. “I would like now to all of you to consider a medicine. But some may think, ‘the Pope is being a pharmacist now?’ It is a special medicine to make the fruit of the Year of Faith that is coming to a close more concrete,” said Pope Francis Nov. 17, as he raised a little box for the crowds to see. “This little box contains the medicine, and some volunteers will distribute it to you as you leave the square. Take it! It’s a rosary with which one can pray also the chaplet of Divine Mercy, spiritual help for our souls and for spreading love, forgiveness, and brotherhood everywhere.” “Don’t forget to take it,” he repeated as the crowds cheered. “Because it does good, eh? It does good for the heart, for the soul, for all of life.”

This rosary has been blessed by Pope Francis in Saint Peter Square during public audience.

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