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About This Site

I launched this web site 11 years ago as a place to share info about the rosaries that I've made. I subsequently added info about rosaries that I've repaired. Crafting a rosary in any fashion has become a small vocation for me. As I hold the beads of a rosary in disrepair, I can't help but feel the power of all of the prayers that have been said over them.

Fast forward to 2020 and the worldwide pandemic. We've all seen good come from tragedy, and this web site and my life are no exception. Like tens of thousands of Catholics around the world, I've been praying the rosary for years, but now I just decided to turn on the camera and ask others to join me. And here we are.

About Me

My name is Scott Crevier and I'm a lifelong Catholic. I've attended some pretty cool Catholic schools:

I work at St. Norbert College in De Pere, WI. I'm a 3rd Degree Knight with the Abbott Pennings Council of the Knights of Columbus and I'm a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Parish in De Pere, WI. I've been involved in many ministries in my life, mostly singing at Mass (since I was a kid). The most rewarding was the 10 years I spent as a catechist at Our Lady of Lourdes, working with high school sophomores and juniors, exploring our Catholic faith together and helping them prepare for the sacrament of Confirmation.

I'm one of the organizers of the annual Rosary Run Motorcycle Ride, where a group of us bikers ride to five locations in Wisconsin, saying a decade of the rosary at each.

I have many rosaries, the most special being the few that were handed down to me through my family. My favorite rosary is one that my three daughters made for me for my 48th birthday. One of the most special aspects is that while they were making it, I was also making a rosary for my mother, so they did not have access to my tools. As such, they used a traditional needle nose pliers. For years, when I would take it out of my pocket to pray, something would fall off. So I'd get out my tools and make the repair with a warm heart and a smile on my face. This rosary is rich with their imperfections, I love it so much. There is no other rosary like it in the world and I'm constantly in awe of the time and effort my girls put into making it for me. It's been a few years now since I've had to do any repairs on it, I miss that.

I hope you'll find a way to stay connected, and pray the rosary with me on a regular basis.

Scott Crevier

Scott Crevier
scott@crevier.org
www.crevier.org
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