Frequently Asked Questions - FAQs




    How did Bishop Sheen Rosaries start?

      We started selling rosaries in January 2014, after our founder Brian went on mission to Uganda. While there Brian taught a few people how to make rosaries, and they started selling them to help support a medical clinic that is grossly underfunded. Brian realized handmade rosaries could be sold in the United States, and that some of the funds could be donated to a school in the same are. That day Bishop Sheen Rosaries was born.


        What materials are used in your rosaries?

          We make rosaries out of many types of beads, but the beads are always connected with paracord. We get all of our paracord from United States' manufacturers, and we order our metal beads from an American supplier.


          Where do you ship?

          We ship to every U.S. State and APO addresses. We also ship to Australia, and Canada. If you live somewhere else and desire one of our rosaries, please send us an email and we will see what we can do for you.


            What about the donation to Uganda? 

              For every rosary sold a donation is made to a primary school in Uganda. This donation is the equivalent to two week's worth of food for a child. The meals at school are sometimes the only meals these children eat, and they are included in the tuition. We are donating to try to keep the price of tuition down, so that more children can afford to go to school. Our eventual goal is to be able to pay for the food for all of the children, each year. Thank you for your interest in supporting our mission, and please remember to pray for these children.



                How long does it take to receive your rosaries?

                  We always use USPS first class mail. This means that after you receive an email saying your rosary has shipped it is at most locations in the United States 2-3 days later. We have a high demand for our rosaries, so sometimes there can be a 1 week or more wait. Please be patient and we will get your rosary to you as soon as possible. We want you to be able to pray with it soon! For all out-of-country orders, we cannot guarantee a timeline. Once a rosary has left the United States, the rosary is in the hands of your country's customs. This wait can take over a month. If your rosary has not arrived by 45 days after it was shipped, please contact us.



                    What is your privacy policy? Is my email safe?

                      We will never, under any circumstances, sell or give your email to any other company. We will only disclose private information as required by law.



                        What does your warranty cover?

                          All of our rosaries have a 100% unconditional, lifetime warranty. If your rosary ever breaks, email us a picture, and then we will tell you where to ship. For all U.S.-based warranty work, we kindly ask that you pay the shipping to us and we will pay for the shipping back to you.



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