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Rosary Workshop - RSTS.21570
 FATHER PATRICK PEYTON CSC
known as 'the rosary priest'- he is on his way to sainthood!


RSTS.21570 - Fr Patrick Peyton, (The Rosary Priest)
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SERVANT OF GOD
RSTS:  SAINTHOOD SERIES 
“The family that prays together stays together” 
("The Rosary Priest") 
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FATHER PATRICK PEYTON
  (January 9, 1909 – June 3, 1992)
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HIS EARLY LIFE
Patrick Joseph Peyton   (January 9, 1909 – June 3, 1992), was born in Ireland to John Peyton of Carracastle and to the former Mary Gillard of Rathreedane, in Townland of Bonniconlon, County Mayo. Sixth in a family of four girls and five boys. The family lived in a stone cottage near the Ox Mountains. A deeply religious Irish Catholic family. 
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Early on he was known to be rebellious child which caused him to drop out of school, but by the time he was a teen he began to think about becoming a priest. But set it aside to help around the farm. Their sisters who were now in America encouraged Patrick and  older brother Timothy to sail and join their family members. He was deeply impressed with the life of the Irish in this new country and through a series of events ended up serving as a sexton at St. Stanislaus Cathedral in June of 1928.
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This new job brought him back to the desire for the priesthood. Monsignor Kelly encouraged him to finish high school before becoming a novitiate. Eventually he and his brother Timothy entered the seminary of the Congregation of Holy Cross in Notre Dame, Indiana in 1932.
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  Patrick was admitted to the Moreau Seminary within the University of Notre Dame in 1932 and pursued a degree in Bachelor of Arts, and also excelled in Philosophy. He was drawn to the Holy Cross Father for the order's focus towards the Holy Family, obedience, conscience, and the family-like atmosphere within the Congregation.
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PROMOTER OF THE ROSARY
 His famous motto — “The family that prays together stays together” — became a motto and rallying call for innumerable families. Today, it remains recognizable to millions around the globe. Also popular was his second motto — “A world at prayer is a world at peace.”
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THE ROSARY PRIEST
Peyton became the founder of the post-World War II prayer movement called, "Family Rosary Crusade". This campaign was harnessed by the CIA between 1958 and 1965 and was funded in order to combat leftist influence in Latin America, during the Cold War.
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"Father Peyton staged massive Rosary rallies in key cities of the world and extensively utilized mass communication, helped by world-recognized celebrities of Hollywood at that time, promoting his ministry of binding families through prayer under the Family Rosary. Peyton was a popular and charismatic figure in Latin America and the Philippines, where he promoted the Rosary and was known for his strong Irish accent." 

Father Peyton was one of the first to to evangelize using mass media through radio, films, outdoor advertizings and te. 
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INTERCESSORY PRAYER
 We encourage you to remember him in prayer, especially for his Sainthood.  Please ask Father Peyton to intercede for the needs of your loved ones and friends, especially in matters of faith, evangelization and praying the rosary. 

Peyton once said that "The family that prays together stays together" and "A world at prayer is a world at peace".

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Father Peyton says:"The family that prays together
stays together" and "A world at prayer is a world at peace".
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AVE BEADS: Each bead individually handmade by famous glass bead maker Willie Wilhelm using the traditional lampwork technique, dated 1950's  A lovely rich green to honor Father Peyton's Irish birth. PATER BEADS:  Faceted Jasper - a natural blend of greens and terrracotta earth browns, blues chosen to remind us of the land and sea of his Irish land. Capped in antiqued filigrees.

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FATIMA CENTER
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GALWAY CRUCIFIX
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 ALL PARTS AVAILABLE INDIVIDUALLY
All rosary crucifixes, centers, and medals are available and may be ordered through the Rosary Workshop. Hand cast in sterling silver and solid bronze from antique and vintage  pieces. To see full collection go to SUPPLIES at top of page
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all metals cast from antique pieces in sterling or solid bronze
then antiqued to restore original patina
24 in

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Our vision is to provide the finest handmade rosaries, chaplets and other fine religious art forms for personal worship we can make using the best supplies available.  The Guild believes the work of our hands should give visual Glory to God, therefore for us, the best for you is very, very important.

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