The Rosary Card | Copper
The Wallet Rosary Card is a compact prayer tool that is made to fit in your wallet or purse. The Rosary Card is both strong and light, made from thin metal, and the same size as a standard credit card.
Instead of Rosary beads, you trace each Hail Mary with 10 finger holes around the outside of the card. The symbol in the middle represents Mother Mary and her relationship with Jesus.
Please note - this is a brushed finish card, you'll likely see a non-uniform face with some unpatterned markings and colorations. It's designed to give each card an industrial and unique look. If you are looking for a consistent gloss look, please check out our gloss-colored rosaries.
Prayer Tool Details:
Prayer: The Most Holy Rosary
Dimensions: 3.375 X 2.125 X .1 inches, fits inside most standard credit card slots
Weight: 1.1 ounces
Finish: Brushed Finish
When you add a Wallet Rosary Card to your cart, a free set of cards “Mystery of the Rosary Instruction Cards” will be automatically added. A free gift from us!
First-class Package and 3-day priority shipping are available as shipping options. Shipping times are calculated in checkout. Please allow 3-5 days for packaging and handling before it's shipped.
It is a fantastic idea to make a rosary card from a metal like copper. No worrying about with cords breaking and losing beads. I have the card in my wallet and use it quite often. Such a clever idea!!
This was a gift for my husband. He absolutely loves it! He likes to say his rosary in the morning while walking our dog and this makes it so much easier for him. Thank you!
No worries of breaking beads or strings while on the go. Brilliant and beautiful design. Great gift idea.
These are the perfect rosaries to carry with you every day and I think the easiest rosaries to pray of anything!
When I saw this product come across my Facebook I knew I wanted it in my wallet. The copper rosary card is beautiful, heavy duty, and a constant reminder for me to keep Good at the forefront of my day! This is the best prayer tool I’ve found on the internet and it’s helping me reconnect with the Rosary!