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Meet AlEX

Hello my name is Alex!

My grandmother (Gam) had me learn how to make rosaries at the age of 8, I was an active member of the Legion of Mary since the age of 6 until 14 and Gam had been involved for over 20 years, for a number of years serving as the President but also in many other ministries to serve the Lord and His people.


My grandparents, Gam & Papa – my best friends- were true witnesses to the faith in ways that seem innumerable. In their everyday actions and treatment of everyone around them, to strangers and loved ones. They were and still are my prayer warriors but now are in a whole new way. Both Gam and Papa had such a love of praying the rosary daily, along with multiple regular prayers and devotions and always practiced offering things up whether small or large for the Lord’s will, for the souls in purgatory and those who have no one to pray for them. God’s love was so present in them through their fiat and I am so grateful to Him and so I came to develop this to add beauty to people’s prayer lives, influenced by the most holy people I was blessed with, to have in mine.

The name Regina Caeli Rosaries was inspired by Gam’s praesidium (in the Legion of Mary), Mary Queen of Heaven. All of my personally handcrafted rosaries and the inspiration of them come from Gam & Papa in one (whether small or big) way or another.


My hope and prayer with Regina Caeli Rosaries is to bring beautiful quality stone rosaries everyone, from the young to the young at heart! The eloquent words of Hons Vans Balthasar describes this desire well. “The beautiful seizes you, changes you and then calls you and sends you.” This beautiful conversion of heart is necessary to undergo everyday no matter where we are in our faith journeys.

Thank you to Gam and Papa (and God for blessing me with them), who throughout their lives were humble disciples with such docile hearts. I pray that Regina Caeli Rosaries will build in a beautiful community of prayer with a special devotion to the rosary for the glory of God one rosary at a time.


As I make each rosary, I pray for the person who will use it and will continue to do so after it leaves my hands.


Thank you for stopping by 😊


God Bless,


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