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St. Stephen

There are many saints named St. Stephen, but one of the most famous is the 1st century deacon that became the first martyr. His feast day is celebrated on December 26th to honor his faithful response of forgiveness of his accusers as he was stoned to death. He is the patron saint of horses, bricklayers, builders, casket makers, stoneworkers, and Austria. If you are shopping for a Confirmation, First Communion or special religious occasion, St. Patrick’s Guild offers gifts such as a St. Stephen medal or St. Stephen statue. There are informative Holy cards honoring this brave saint whose life inspires many around the world.

St. Stephen was one of the 7 deacons and the oldest of the group leading them in the ways of Jesus. He was a Jewish man that spoke Greek and upset many people with his conversion to Christianity. Therefore, gifting a St. Stephen medal or St. Stephen statue to anyone wanting to speak their truth and faith to align with the teachings of Jesus is special. Forgiveness is the cornerstone of the Christian faith and St. Stephen stood firmly in this teaching as his own community took his life. Inspire those you love to stand tall in the face of adversity with a gift from St. Patrick’s Guild.

  • St Stephen 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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  • St Stephen Mini Lives Holy Card

    This holy card dedicated to St. Stephen is a two page card. On the front of the prayer card is an image of St. Stephen in the robes of a deacon as he was one of the first declared deacons of the Church. He was the first martyr of the church shown in the...

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  • Large St. Stephen Medal Necklace

    The oval medal on our St. Stephen necklace is crafted from the finest sterling silver and measures 1-1/16"H x 3/4"W. There are approximately 80 saints named Stephen. The most well-known St. Stephen is the 1st century deacon and first Christian martyr...

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  • St. Stephen 4 Inch Resin Statue

    There are approximately 80 saints named Stephen or variations of it. The most well known of the Saint Stephens is the first century deacon and martyr. Saint Stephen is the patron saint of bricklayers, builders, casket makers, and stoneworkers, as well as...

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  • Small St. Stephen Medal Necklace

    Honor the contributions from many St. Stephens with this St. Stephen medal necklace. The most famous St. Stephen is the first century deacon who became the first martyr. As he was stoned to death, he was able to forgive his accusers. He is the patron...

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There are many saints named St. Stephen, but one of the most famous is the 1st century deacon that became the first martyr. His feast day is celebrated on December 26th to honor his faithful response of forgiveness of his accusers as he was stoned to death. He is the patron saint of horses, bricklayers, builders, casket makers, stoneworkers, and Austria. If you are shopping for a Confirmation, First Communion or special religious occasion, St. Patrick’s Guild offers gifts such as a St. Stephen medal or St. Stephen statue. There are informative Holy cards honoring this brave saint whose life inspires many around the world.

St. Stephen was one of the 7 deacons and the oldest of the group leading them in the ways of Jesus. He was a Jewish man that spoke Greek and upset many people with his conversion to Christianity. Therefore, gifting a St. Stephen medal or St. Stephen statue to anyone wanting to speak their truth and faith to align with the teachings of Jesus is special. Forgiveness is the cornerstone of the Christian faith and St. Stephen stood firmly in this teaching as his own community took his life. Inspire those you love to stand tall in the face of adversity with a gift from St. Patrick’s Guild.