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Michael Cutone said on 9/10/2010 6:36 PM

Hi Joe, Your soldier’s Rosaries are a wonderful reminder the Rosary pray is a powerful weapon! The Blessed Mother herself called the Rosary a battering ram when she presented it to Saint Dominic. "At this point Our Lady appeared to him, accompanied by three angels, and she said: "'Dear Dominic, do you know which weapon the Blessed Trinity wants to use to reform the world?'" " 'Oh, my Lady,' answered Saint Dominic, 'you know far better than I do because next to your Son Jesus Christ you have always been the chief instrument of our salvation.' "Then Our Lady replied: "'I want you to know that, in this kind of warfare, the battering ram has always been the Angelic Psalter (The Rosary) which is the foundation stone of the New Testament. Therefore if you want to reach these hardened souls and win them over to God, preach my Psalter.' The Secret of the Rosary, Saint Louis de Montfort Keep fighting the good fight Joe. May God bless you. All for the greatest glory of God, Michael Cutone

Catalina said on 7/1/2010 9:02 PM

Joseph, Thank you so much for the bullet rosary. I work at heartland blood centers and I was your phlebotomist on June 29,2010. This past yr has been so hard for me and my family. And I have been trying to accept God back into my life. In August of 2009 I gave birth to twin boys, unfortunately they were too small and only lived for a day or two.That's why the other phleb said that I really needed that rosary because the day before you came in she was telling me to start praying again. So when I said you were my blessing for that day, you really were. For some reason we were suppose to meet. Your kindness and generosity meant so much to me that day. I brought the rosary home that night to share with my family and we all love it. Continue sharing the love for people because there are people like me in the world that has given up and when there is loving people like you, I do look towards God. Thank you so much. I will be lighting a candle for you and I hope all goes well with your surgery. Til we meet again.

Deacon Vincent Ricciardi said on 4/23/2010 6:38 PM

My wife had met you at Mercy Sunday in Stockbridge this year and that is all she talked about the "Soldier's Rosary Beads" when we arrived back in New Jersey I had to check them out and see what the big deal is. Needless to say being a retired Law Enforcement Lieutenant I liked them right away. For some odd reason today another Deacon asked about Rosary's which I commented on the Soldier's Rosary Beads. He never heard of them but has now. My wife made the purchase for father day but I am leaving for Fatima tomorrow and she gave me my set tonight. Since she has seen them and made the purchase 3 of her friends are now giving them to their spouses. Thank you for a wonderful gift of the most Powerful Weapon we have Prayer and the Rosaries. Thank you and God Bless, Deacon Vince Ricciardi, Director, Divine Mercy of New Jersey

Nanny Val said on 4/16/2010 2:45 PM

I was instantly drawn to your Soldier's Rosery Beads upon entering Son Rises in Ludlow, MA. After hearing your story behind your rosery, I was compelled to support you on your very "beautiful" ministry. I love the symbols behind your creation and although I don't know a soldier, at this moment, I am certain I will be meeting one soon to share these very "special" prayer beads with. You see, on my journey, with Our Lady's guidance ,I buy roseries, I pray with them and she always leads me to the person who they belong to. It is my priviledge to be a messenger. It is Our Lady who brought me to the Catholic faith in 1995. She taught me how to pray the rosery, and with every question I have she brings me the answer. So, as you can see, your ministery is very dear to my heart. God bless you and may He keep you in the palm of his hand. May your gifts be all who receives them. Peace be with you all. With my profound gratitude for your service to Christ through Our Lady, Valerie .

Mike Hallenbeck said on 3/21/2010 11:56 PM

Yo Joe Z! Received the two rosaries and thanks. Lots of compliments! Keep up the great work. God bless!

Grandma Jo said on 3/21/2010 11:52 PM

I am really pleased with the quality and craftsmanship of the rosaries you made for me. They are certain to be treasures of the family, passed on, from generation to generation. We have a wedding coming this year, and I can't imagine a better gift.

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