March 10th, 2010 | Published in Girls
The Rosary was popularized by Alan de la Roche (1428-1475), a Breton Dominican with a great reputation for sanctity. He propagated devotion to the Virgin’s Psalter in northern France and in Flanders, organizing Rosary Confraternities everywhere for all people, who were avid for indulgences in a period of war, famine and schism, eager “to be preserved from sudden death and the assaults of the devil”.
This one is a rosary tat of Kaycee Galinato from LA. As you can see the tat is pretty well located at the back of her ears. This one is done by Zebra.