They also knew that many of them frequently turned to prayer for help. Designers McKenzie and Stucko immediately went to work to create a rosary bracelet that would make people become more aware of the autism spectrum disorders -- and give the families of those who have a child with autism a prayer outlet. The rosary bracelet is the first of its kind and is available at http://www.fiftyninebeads.com.
Made with Czech glass Hail Mary beads and faceted Czech crystals, the rosary bracelet features a self-capped Our Father bead right in the middle of the colors which symbolize autism -- just as our Father is there whenever we are struggling with something in our lives. The bracelet has a sterling silver cross and clasp. A portion of all proceeds goes to Autism Speaks.
FiftyNineBeads.com creates artisan rosaries, chaplets and jewelry. Each unique item is a handcrafted heirloom. The rosaries and jewelry make great gifts for Christmas, First Communion, Mother's Day and Easter.