Female Saint Pendants in Porcelain
- Many Popular Female Saint Designs to choose from
- Perfect for Catholic friends & family
- One size fits all
Choose one of your favorite female saints in this collection of Saint pendants. Each Saint pendant is handmade in Michigan using porcelain and a special process. Individual Saint pendants are sold separately and measure 7/8”W x 1-1/2”H. Our collection currently includes:
St. Brigid: (circa 453-523) Patron of Ireland & babies
St. Brigid was born to an Irish Chieftain. She always had a charitable nature and so became the first Irish nun, starting convents throughout Ireland. Her wish was to relieve the hardships of the poor. She is known for the simple cross she is believed to have woven for a dying pagan chieftain to illus- trate the Christian faith. St. Brigid’s cross is commonly hung in Irish homes to bless them.
St. Cecilia: (died circa 117) Patron of Musicians, singers and poets
Cecilia was born to an important family in Rome. She is said to have been fond of singing divine praises accompanied by her gold harp. Cecilia promised her virginity to God, but her parents promised her hand in marriage to a wealthy man. While the music of her wedding played, Cecilia was “singing in her heart a hymn of love for Jesus, her true spouse.” She succeeded in converting her husband and both of them were martyred for their beliefs.
St. Joan of Arc: (circa 1412-1431) Patron of France, soldiers, women in the military, and captives
At just 17 years of age, Joan heeded the voices of Saints Michael, Catherine and Margaret who told her to ght the English and restore the King of France to his throne. With amazing military success, Joan won the crown for the French king, but was ultimately betrayed and sold to the English. She was but 19 years old when she was pronounced a heretic and witch, and burned at the stake.
St. Kateri Tekakwitha: (circa 1656-1680) Patron of the environment and people who have lost their parents
Kateri Tekakwitha was the daughter of a Mohawk. She was orphaned at the age of four by a smallpox epidemic which also left her scarred. Missionaries visited her village when she was 11 and she heard them talk about Jesus. So moved by their visit, she traveled through 200 miles of wilderness to find the Christian Native American village of Sault-Sainte-Marie. There, she became a devoted Christian and provided care for the aged and sick. She is known as “the lily of the Mohawk.”
St. Mary, Mother of God: Queen of saints
Mary was born the only child of Saint Anne and Saint Joachim. As a young girl, she entered the Temple and took a vow of virginity. Mary was visited by the angel Gabriel who told her that she would become the Mother of Jesus. She trusted God, married Joseph and gave birth to Jesus in a stable in Bethlehem. She was a loving mother and was with Jesus at the foot of the cross. Mary has appeared to thousands of people all over the world. The feast of her Assumption into heaven is celebrated on August 15th.
Our Lady of Guadalupe: Patron of the America’s
In 1531, Juan Diego was hurrying to mass in Mexico City when the Blessed Virgin, calling herself “Our Lady of Guadalupe”, appeared to him. She instructed him to build a temple where she stood. The Bishop, not believing Juan, told him that he needed a sign. The Blessed Virgin instructed Juan to gather roses and take them to the Bishop. Juan did, and upon opening his cloak to release the roses, the image of Our Lady appeared inside the cloak just and Juan had described her. The shrine built there has been a pilgrimage sight ever since.
St. Teresa of Avila: (1515-1582) Patron of headache sufferers and those living with chronic illnesses
Teresa was devoted to Jesus from an early age and studied the Lives of the Saints. At the age of 17, she entered the Carmelite convent and devoted her life to scholarly contemplation and arduous reform of the order. Though she suffered life-long illnesses, her courage and conviction inspired all. Her writings and her compassion prompted the Church to honor her as a “doctor of the Church,” one of the rst women to hold this title.
How are the oval Saint pendants produced? Each design is fired into the porcelain clay at 2200 degrees Fahrenheit. This process creates remarkable clarity and ceramic-hard durability that does not peel or wear off. In addition, it makes the oval Saint pendants lightweight. The satin finish reduces glare and each of the Saint pendants come on a 32” braided rayon cord. There is a descriptive card for each of the Saint pendant designs sharing information about the saint. Perfect as a sacramental occasion gift, birthday, special occasion, St. Patrick’s Day or Christmas gift.
Dimensions & Specifications
- 7/8”W x 1-1/2”H
- Porcelain with Saint design fired into clay
- Satin touch finish; Design will not peel or wear off
- Each Saint design is sold separately
- Includes 32” braided rayon cord
- Each Saint design comes with information card
- Made in USA - Michigan
- No known safety hazards if used as indicated
- Choose shipping method to fit your needs, Standard if you have no deadline, Expedited to meet deadlines or 3 Day Select.
- St. Patrick's Guild offers Air shipping if orders are placed by 9:00am CST. Choose Next Day or 2nd Day Air
What is your Return & Exchange Policy?
- Within 90 days of purchase date, your product may be returned to St. Patrick's Guild with a receipt for exchange or refund. Items returned for refund are paid back by the same method of payment which you originally used. Items returned without a receipt are credited with store credit. We do not require a return authorization number to process returns.
- To send us a return, simply choose your favorite shipping option. Please enclose a copy of your receipt, the reason for return, and the best phone number or email address at which we can reach you. Once received, your refund is processed immediately.