Congratulations Lisa W.!
Hey friends! I’m so excited to have a giveaway for you this morning, in honor of the coming Feast of the Immaculate Conception.
There is sometimes confusion about this feast. Since it comes near Christmas, people often associate it with the Incarnation – Christ becoming God made man in Mary’s womb.
The Immaculate Conception actually refers to Mary being conceived in the womb of St. Anne with the great privilege of being free from Original Sin. She was stainless from the beginning, fitting for the future Mother of God Himself.
To celebrate this great feast coming up on December 8th, my friend Amanda at CorJesu Rosaries wanted to work with me on a giveaway. She has specially made this gorgeous blue rosary with an Immaculate Conception centerpiece (and had it blessed by her priest last Sunday before shipping it to me!).
Amanda is a busy mother of five, but she still finds time to make such lovely rosaries to spread devotion to Mary. She donates all of her proceeds to her parish’s building fund. (This will be my church again, too, if we make it back to the Pacific Northwest, so I am especially excited for this venture to raise funds to build a much needed bigger church.)
She has many beads on hand, so if you contact her through her Facebook page by December 16th, she says she can get a beautiful one out to you by Christmas Day! She asks for a donation of $25 for her parish’s building fund for most rosaries.
Amanda is able to get custom centerpieces for rosaries too, with pretty much any saint or holy image you would like. Definitely reach out to her for a special Christmas gift, or to surprise someone dear to you for any occasion.
Click here to enter this giveaway! (You have four opportunities to earn an entry, and can complete as many as you like.)
The giveaway is open from now until 11:59 p.m. on December 7th. I will let the random winner generator select the winner on the 9th, and will contact them, as well as announce it back on this post, on my Facebook, and on my Instagram. Thank you and may God bless you!