It is simple, consisting of 3 Our Father's, and in between each Our Father, there are 5 Hail Mary's. Between each Hail Mary, this simple petition, "Jesus, Mary and St Anne, grant the favour I ask."
Here are my three other Tuesday with St Anne postings on St Anne's Chaplet, I recommend them to you if you have not read them already!
Chaplet of St Anne
St Anne's Chaplet, the perfect chaplet for mothers
St Anne's Chaplet
For those who would like to make their own St Anne chaplet, I highly recommend a visit to Alice's beautiful site, Gardens of Grace. There she has been generous with her talent in designing lovely, well illustrated tutorials, including one specifically for St Anne's Chaplet.
Below are some of the beautiful medals of St Anne. These are all vintage reproduction medals handcast from antique orignals from around the world. They cast in either solid bronze or sterling silver. They would make great medals for a St Anne chaplet or even to wear around the neck on a chain.
These five medals are available to anyone via a company that is open to the public, Rosary Workshop
SAINT ANNE AND THE GUARDIAN ANGEL: Guardian Angel 'My Guardian Angel be my guide' backs this beautiful medal of St Anne. St Anne is shown with her daughter Mary 'Good St Anne, pray for us'. Truly a beautiful medal for devotion.
This medal is European from the early 20th century. 1.25 inch.
SAINT ANNE AND THE MIRACULOUS MEDAL: One of the early Miraculous Medals from the mid 19c, with an rare reverse medal of Ste Anne, mother of Mary. A lovely old rare medal with body.
This is a French medal. 1.5inch.
STE ANNE AND MARY WITH JESUS: This is a precious medal that is filled with symbols of Mary, Jesus and Ste Anne. Open work adds to the design of this medal.
This is a European medal from the 1880's. 1.5inch
SAINT ANNE TEACHING HER DAUGHTER MARY: A rare and beautiful filigree medal showing St Anne, mother of St Mary and grandmother of Jesus. Traditional image with Mary standing by her side as her mother teaches her.
European medal, age unknown. 1 inch. (This is my favourite St Anne medal.)
This is a 19th century French medal. 1.5 inch.