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 PERE MARQUETTE - CHAPLET
Immaculate Conception, as Patroness


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CORONA of MARY IMMACULATE
CICD:  IMMACULATE CONCEPTION DEVOTIONAL
He encouraged all to take on the same devotion.  It is told that shortly before his death at 38 on the shores of Lake Michigan, he and his two companions, Pierre and Jacque would pray a little corona (crown) of the Immaculate Conception which he wrote: 
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    PERE MARQUETTE - 1673
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LITTLE CORONA - LITTLE CROWN
 Ave filia Dei patris, ave mater filii Dei, ave sponsa spiritus sancti, ave templum totius trinitatis: per sanctam virginitatem et immaculatam conceptionem tuam, purissima Virgo, emunda Cor et Carnem meam: in nomine patris, et filii, et spiritus sancti, concluding with the gloria patri, the whole repeated three times. 
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HE RENAMED THE GREAT RIVER
He traveled through the Great Lakes region to the Mississippi river which he renamed 'Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception'.  He died along the shores of Lake Michigan near Luddington. + in 1677.  His remains were moved back to St Ignace in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan a few years later. The Rosary Workshop is located in the UP, down the road a bit - in the diocese of Marquette!
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(DEDICATED DECEMBER 8, 2011 - FEAST OF MARY IMMACULATE) 
Father Marquette was deeply devoted to our lady of the Immaculate Conception and history shares from the age of 9 he would fast every Saturday and was known to say the Little Office of the Conception. 

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LITTLE CORONA - CROWN of STARS - CHAPLET
OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
Father Jacques Marquette SJ
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KNOTTED CORDS FOR COUNTING?
The original may have been as simple as knots tied on a cord and this would be a wonderful way to begin saying this prayer today to the Blessed Virgin Immaculate.
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Father Marquette would be familiar with St John Berchmens SJ, patron of altar boys (1599-1621) and his traditional daily prayer and chaplet (with its 3 sets of 4). But the little corona of Pere Marquette holds a more personal feeling for us in America because of Father Marquette's journeys from France to the outpost of St Ignace in what is now the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
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CHAPLET of ST BERCHMENS SJ
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CORONA
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHAPLET - click for more info
CICD.51121
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Here we have duplicated the configuration of the little chaplet of the Virgin Immaculata as has come down through the ages from Father Berchmens SJ.  Our Dedication is in Black Ebony wood and the larger beads are, woven metal.  The medal is cast from an old Miraculous Medal in solid bronze and sterling silver. Click image for more information.
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 REVELATION 12:1
The Woman and the Dragon. 1 A great sign appeared in the sky, a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of twelve stars. 
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FR MARQUETTE SJ
DEDICATION CORONA
ABOUT SMALLER BEADS: Traditional (Hudson's Bay 16671871) fur trade beads called 'Russian Blues' (CZ). Ours are vintage, not antique.  LARGER BLUE / GREEN BEADS: Handmade African 'Trade' Glass. (appear greener than they are),  These are not old just traditional in use but also color reminded us of the Mississippi River before the delta mud was churned up by the river traffic today. Immacualate Medal is one of the originals (early 1800s)
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IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CORONA
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CICM.51131
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THIS CONFIGURATION
FLOWS PRAYERFULLY
We were unable to find images of a bead or knotted cord prayer counter of this little corona by Fr Marquette but Father Corey, our priest, (who just happens to be from St Ignace in the diocese of MARQUETTE MI.) suggested it may have been somewhat similar the same configuration as St Berchmens chaplet as he would have been familiar with it, (both being Jesuits). So after much prayer, we  dedicated this little corona to Fr Marquette. This configuration flows prayerfully: 

MEDAL: Credo, PENDANT BEAD: Pater, FIRST LOOP BEAD: Ave, 
* NEXT 4: Corona Prayer, 1 GLORIA, repeat from * 2 more times
ending with the GLORIA. 
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This dedication chaplet or little corona carries a similar configuration with its 3 sets of 4 = 12 in honor of Our Lady who wears a crown, (corona of stars), or chaplet of 12 stars on her head. 
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THE CORONA OF THE 
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
(By Pere Jacques Marquette SJ)

(pendant)

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-Medal-
 APOSTLES CREED
(Credo)
-O-
 OUR FATHER
(Pater Noster)
   
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(beginning of loop)
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HAIL MARY 
(Ave Maria)
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CORONA PRAYER
Hail Daughter of God the Father, 
Hail Mother of God the Son
Hail Spouse of the Holy Spirit,
Hail Temple of the entire Trinity.
By thy holy virginity and 
Immaculate Conception,
O Virgin most pure, cleanse 
my heart and my flesh. 
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In the name of the Father, 
and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost,
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GLORY BE
(Doxologia Minor)
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(repeat 3 times from
the Corona Prayer ending with the Glory Be)

FROM OLD DOCUMENTS:
 "After the credo there is said once the pater and ave,
and then four times these words: 
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("Hail Daughter of God the Father; hail Mother of God the Son; hail Bride of the Holy Spirit; hail Temple of the whole Trinity; by thy Holy Virginity and Immaculate Conception, most pure Virgin, cleanse my heart and flesh; in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost,") 
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concluding with the Gloria Patri, the whole repeated three times."
 from Pere Claude Dablon's diary, (Montreal 1677), Pere Marquette's Jesuit superior. 


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~ 17 - 18 C JESUIT ROSARY ~
 15 DECADE JESUIT ROSARY 
WITH TWO CROSSES
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UPPER CRUCIFIX: Irish Penal Cross, LOWER CROSS: Patriarchael Cross of Lorraine, found at the Onondaga Indian Mission (NY), active from 1656 - 1658. Unable to find info this early for Penal Crosses re the 17c. (most dated from early 18c) Researching now. 15 decades of Aves represent a full rosary and suspect these may have been European trade beads used to purchase beaver pelts from the indians in new France.
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Rosario e crocefisso dei padre gesuite 
della missione de Onondaga



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