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St. Theresa wanted to be a missionary and with any luck die a martyr's death but it didn't work out for her. She was too sickly to travel to some God forsaken (did we say that?) land. Theresa instead became a cloistered nun.

She was also too sickly to suffer for God the way most saints do by beating, starving and mutilating themselves so she found other ways to get the job done. Not batting away a fly, say, or forgoing blankets in winter and of course, silently and happily enduring the so very grating faults of others, made even more grating by being locked up behind walls with them. And you thought you had it bad at the office! She kept careful count of all of these miseries so she could offer them up for the Poor souls in Purgatory.

Although Theresa is officially the patron saint of flowers (she was known as 'the Little Flower"), air line pilots and France, we think she makes a good heavenly helper for all the put upon souls trapped here on earth with witless clods.

Hand painted medal on purple ball chain measures 23".

You'll also receive a holy card with the story of St. Therese the Little Flower and her picture, both the prettied up holy card version and a photograph of the real deal.

People Annoyed by the Annoying Habits of Other People, St. Theresa the Little Flower Patron Saint Medal on Purple Ball Chain

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: metal, medal, chain, ball chain
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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