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Mustard Seed Pendant$13.99Add to cart
Mustard seed pendant features seed surrounded by clear acrylic. 1″ pendant on 18″ nickel free chain with 2″ extender.
In the story of the Mustard seed, even with faith the size of this tiny seed, you can still move mountains. These real seeds are reminders that with just a little faith, anything is possible.
J R R Tolkien Tiny Saints$6.00Add to cart
J.R.R. Tolkien was an English author, professor and master of languages who is known as the father of high fantasy literature. He is most famous for writing The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. His Catholic faith influenced everything in his life. Tolkien described The Lord of the Rings as a fundamentally religious and Catholic work. Throughout his life, Tolkien made it a priority to attend daily Mass.
The Grassroots edition charms highlight the stories of Catholic people whose stories have left an impression on the people they reach. These individuals are not on the official path to sainthood, which is why their charms do not say “Pray for us” like most Tiny Saints products.
Saint Julie Billiart Tiny Saints$6.00Add to cart
Although homebound for many years of her life, Julie Billiart offered spiritual counsel to many and even co-founded the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. She once said, “Be like the sunflower that follows every movement of the sun, and keep your eyes always turned towards our good God.”
Feast Day: April 8
Servant Of God Mary Lange Tiny Saints$6.00Add to cart
In 1829, Mother Mary Lang founded the Oblate Sisters of Providence, the first religious order for women of color in the America. The sisters served in schools, orphanages, and hospitals. They even designed and made religious vestments.
Patronage: African Americans
Servant Of God Father Vincent Capodanno Tiny Saints$6.00Add to cart
On September 4, 1967 military Chaplain Vincent Capodanno was killed in action while caring for his men in Vietnam. He was awarded the Medal of Honor in 1969. The USS Capodanno was launched in 1972, bearing the motto: Duty with Honor. As a Servant of God, the Church is invited to pray for Father Capodanno’s cause for canonization.
Patronage: military, chaplains
Immaculate Virgin Patroness Of America Tiny Saints$6.00Add to cart
In 1792, the first bishop of the United States, John Carroll, consecrated the nation to Mary under her title The Immaculate Conception. In 1846, the United States bishops unanimously chose Mary under that title as Patroness of the United States of America.
Feast Day: December 8
Patronage: United States
Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne Tiny Saints$6.00Add to cart
After joining the Society of the Sacred Heart in France, Rose was sent to the Missouri frontier. She built schools for girls and, in her later years, served Native Americans throughout the region.
Feast Day: November 18
Patronage: Native Americans, education, children