Do you have a hard time remembering the fruits of the Mysteries of the Rosary? If so, we made this prayer card for you!
The Fruits of the Rosary, or Virtues of the Rosary, date back to St. Louis de Montfort's book, The Secret of the Rosary, written in the 1700s. He described the fruits of the Rosary as a way to ask for particular virtues or graces for each mystery while praying the Rosary.
About the Design:
The watercolored fruit enclosed in the shape of a heart surrounded by a Rosary, is symbolic of the richness and growth in virtue we can receive in praying the Rosary.
About the Card:
- Front of Card: watercolored fruit enclosed in the shape of a heart surrounded by a Rosary
- Inside of Card: Fruits of the Rosary with associated Mysteries of the Rosary
- Back of Card: Information about the Fruits of the Rosary
- 5" x 3.5" folded card
- Thick cardstock paper