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St. Catherine

St. Catherine of Siena, one of four women to be declared a Doctor of the Church, was born during the "black death" period to an Italian family in 1347. After her first vision of Christ at age 5, she decided to dedicate her life to Christ and did so against much opposition from her family. They finally consented to her becoming a tertiary of the Dominican Order. She went on to become a Scholastic theologian and philosopher and in 1368, experienced her "Mystical Marriage with Jesus". In honor of St. Catherine we carry a St. Catherine of Siena medal and St. Catherine of Siena statue which would be lovely gifts to give to someone named Catherine or to one who has chosen Catherine as her Confirmation saint.

Since 1866, she and St. Francis of Assisi are known as Italy's two patron saints. She did a lot of work with the poor and ill so she is also the patron saint of nurses and people ridiculed for their piety. She is noted for her letters and The Dialogue which is a set of treatises she dictated while experiencing ecstacies. Our St. Catherine of Siena statue or St. Catherine of Siena medal would be lovely gifts to give for the celebration of a Confirmation, Communion or special occasions.

  • St Catherine 4 Inch Resin Statue

    Product DescriptionSt. Catherine statue Durable resin 4" tallProduct DetailsSt. Catherine is the patron saint of artists, scribes, secretaries, leather workers and philosophers. There are about one dozen St Catherine's including: St. Catherine dei Ricci,...

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  • St Catherine Pewter Cross

    All over the world Catholics practice the tradition of praying to patron saints, asking them to intercede for them to God for a special favor or request. Many Catholics pray to a favorite saint, either a namesake or particular patron saint. With the St...

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  • Saint Catherine LaBoure Mini Lives Holy Card

    Product DescriptionSt. Catherine Laboure 2 page holy card Features image, biography, prayer Gold stamped trim LaminatedProduct DetailsSt. Catherine Laboure of France received instructions from the Blessed Virgin with every detail of a medal she asked...

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  • St. Catherine of Sienna Folded Holy Card

    Read about the patron saint of nurses, against fire, firefighters, illnesss, sexual temptation, and miscarriages with this St. Catherine of Sienna holy card. The attractive full color, folded holy card is made in Italy and features the world famous...

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  • St. Catherine Medal Necklace

    Product Description St. Catherine patron saint medal necklace Sterling silver 18" chain Product Details Honor the contributions from many St. Catherines with this St. Catherine medal necklace. Featured is the St. Catherine of Sienna who was born during...

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St. Catherine of Siena, one of four women to be declared a Doctor of the Church, was born during the "black death" period to an Italian family in 1347. After her first vision of Christ at age 5, she decided to dedicate her life to Christ and did so against much opposition from her family. They finally consented to her becoming a tertiary of the Dominican Order. She went on to become a Scholastic theologian and philosopher and in 1368, experienced her "Mystical Marriage with Jesus". In honor of St. Catherine we carry a St. Catherine of Siena medal and St. Catherine of Siena statue which would be lovely gifts to give to someone named Catherine or to one who has chosen Catherine as her Confirmation saint.

Since 1866, she and St. Francis of Assisi are known as Italy's two patron saints. She did a lot of work with the poor and ill so she is also the patron saint of nurses and people ridiculed for their piety. She is noted for her letters and The Dialogue which is a set of treatises she dictated while experiencing ecstacies. Our St. Catherine of Siena statue or St. Catherine of Siena medal would be lovely gifts to give for the celebration of a Confirmation, Communion or special occasions.