Members of the rosary-making group at St. Peter Catholic Church on Lady's Island, from left, John McIlmail, Dolores McIlmail, Linda Priest, Irene O'Neill, Josephene Duffy, Lorena Bennett, Jean Ross, and the littlest rosary-maker, Trini Bell, 5, bottom center, pose with some of their handiwork on June 19.
Members of the rosary-making group at St. Peter Catholic Church on Lady's Island, from left, John McIlmail, Dolores McIlmail, Linda Priest, Irene O'Neill, Josephene Duffy, Lorena Bennett, Jean Ross, and the littlest rosary-maker, Trini Bell, 5, bottom center, pose with some of their handiwork on June 19. Jay Karr/The Beaufort Gazette
Members of the rosary-making group at St. Peter Catholic Church on Lady's Island, from left, John McIlmail, Dolores McIlmail, Linda Priest, Irene O'Neill, Josephene Duffy, Lorena Bennett, Jean Ross, and the littlest rosary-maker, Trini Bell, 5, bottom center, pose with some of their handiwork on June 19. Jay Karr/The Beaufort Gazette

Hope, therapy, prayer: The Rosary Makers string along more than beads on Lady's Island

June 30, 2012 12:01 AM

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