59 Rosary Beads
At 1.5 kilometers long, the Augustinians in King City have the biggest rosary in the world. The rosary winds across nineteen acres of land near the Marylake Monastery and Villanova College and the beads are accessible to all who can walk the path. This site has also been designated as a site of pilgrimage for the Jubilee of Mercy.
19 Foot Long Great Crucifix
At the beginning of the Rosary Path, you will be inspired by the 19 foot long Great Crucifix, made of specially processed stainless steel, while the bronze corpus is eleven feet in length, created by renowned Canadian sculptor, Timothy Schmaltz. The scroll above the head of Christ indicating “Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews” was designed by Ted Harasti and is authentically inscribed in abbreviated form in three languages: Hebrew, Latin, and Greek, consistent with the Gospel narrative of Christ’s Passion.