1.25" Armor of God Pendant
1.25" high on a 20" long black braided cord
1.75" Confirmation Keepsake Box
1.75" high x 6.25" wide, holds 3x5" Photo, beige resin/dolomite mix with gold tone accents
5.5" Ivory Confirmation Photo Frame
5.5" high, holds 3.5x5" photo, Ivory with silver accents
6" White Confirmation Photo Frame
6" high, holds 4x6" photo, white porcelain
6.75" Confirmation Photo Frame
6.75" high x 6.25" wide, holds 4x6" photo, faux wood stone/resin mix with silver tone accents
Charm Bl. Miguel Pro
Ordained in 1925, Miguel Pro was a Jesuit priest in Mexico where public worship was banned. But Pro was kind and clever. He served the poor unceasingly and performed the...
Charm Bl. Mother Maria Theresia Bonzel
Born in Germany in 1830, Mother Maria Theresia Bonzel founded the Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual Adoration. These amazing nuns ran orphanages, served as battlefield nurses, and even outsmarted...
Charm Blessed Fr. Stanley Rother
Stanley Rother was born into a family of hard-working Oklahoma farmers. In 1968, five years into his priesthood, Fr. Rother requested reassignment to a mission in rural Guatemala. There he...
Charm Blessed Frances Schervier
As a child, Frances Schervier would sneak into her father’s factory in Germany and give hand-sewn socks and gloves to the tired children who worked there in horrific conditions. Over...
Charm Blessed Imelda
As a child, little Imelda would create prayer corners around her house with flowers and pictures. One day at Mass, when Imelda was just 11 years old, the Holy Eucharist...
Charm Blessed Margaret of Castello
Little Margaret was born with dwarfism, blindness and a hunchback. Hidden away by her parents, she was locked in a door-less room attached to a church. She was alone, but...
Charm Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati
Pier Giorgio Frassati was born in 1901 in Turin, Italy. A role model for modern youth, Frassati was a dynamic and faithful activist. He strived to apply Catholic teachings to...
Charm Mary, Blessed Mother
Recognized by all Christians for the immense role she played in the story of our salvation, Mary is the mother of Jesus - a title without equal among the communion...
Charm Mary, Help of Christians
The centuries-old title “Mary, Help of Christians” refers to the special role of Mary in life’s most difficult trials, and in the trials of our Church. Organizations, churches and ministries...
Charm Our Lady of Czestochowa
Our Lady of Czestochowa is a depiction of Mary said to have been painted by St. Luke on the Holy Family's cedar tabletop! In the painting, Mary has darker skin,...
Charm Our Lady of Fatima
In 1917, Mary appeared to three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal. Lucia, the eldest has said, "There is no problem, no matter how difficult it is, whether temporal or above...
Charm Our Lady of Good Health (Vailankanni)
Toward the end of the 16th century, Mary appeared to a sick boy in the Indian town of Vailankanni. The boy offered her buttermilk and was then cured of his...
Charm Our Lady of Good Help
In 1859, northeast of Green Bay, Wisconsin, Our Lady of Good Help appeared to a young Belgian woman named Adele Brise. In response to Mary’s call to teach the faith...
Charm Our Lady of Guadalupe
In 1531, the Virgin Mary appeared to a Mexican peasant named Juan Diego and asked him to have a church built at the site of the apparition. Seeking proof, Juan...
Charm Our Lady of Kibeho
Our Lady of Kibeho began appearing to several Rwandan girls and women in 1981 at a time of increasing tension between two ethnic groups in the region: the Tutsis and...
Charm Our Lady of Lourdes
In the French town of Lourdes, Mary appeared to 14-year-old Bernadette in 1858. The young girl hurried home but was rebuked for lying. Mary asked Bernadette to tell people she...
Charm Our Lady of Mount Carmel
Our Lady of Mount Carmel is the title for Mary as patroness of the Carmelite Order. The first Carmelites were Christian hermits living on Mount Carmel in Jerusalem 800 years...
Charm Our Lady Seat of Wisdom
Under the title “Seat of Wisdom,” Mary is often depicted holding Jesus closely as he rests on her lap. Jesus, the fullness of wisdom, is protected and safe with his...
Charm Our Lady Undoerof Knots
"Eve, by her disobedience, tied the knot of disgrace for the human race; whereas Mary, by her obedience, undid it." These words of St. Irenaeus nearly 2,000 years ago resonate...
Charm Pope Francis
On March 13, 2013, the new Pope Francis endeared himself to the world, saying in his first speech: "And now I would like to give the blessing. But first, I...
Charm St. Abigail
The story of St. Abigail is rich with Irish lore and tradition. An angel told her she would find nine deer grazing in the place she was meant to spend...
Charm St. Agatha
Having dedicated her purity to God at a young age, Agatha became a target of Roman officials charged with carrying out the persecution of Christians during the reign of Emperor...
Charm St. Agnes
Often depicted with a lamb (“agnus“ in Latin), Agnes lived around the year 300. The lovely 13-year-old daughter of Roman nobles had several suitors but, having consecrated herself to Christ,...
Charm St. Andrew
Andrew and his brother Peter were fishermen by trade until Jesus visited them on the docks. “Follow me,” Jesus said to them, “And I will make you fishers of men.”...
Charm St. Anne
Anne was the mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary and grandmother of Jesus. She played an essential role in Church history; her child was the first person since Adam and...
Charm St. Anthony
St. Anthony was a 13th-century member of the Franciscan Order, known for his rich knowledge of Church theology. But even more important was his incredible ability to explain the Faith...
Charm St. Augustine
Augustine lived much of his life indulging in worldy pursuits. But in time, through prayer, reflection and study, he admitted his mistakes and wrote to God these words: "Restless is...
Charm St. Benedict
In all of history, no one has contributed as much to Western monasticism as St. Benedict. Born in Italy sometime around 480, Benedict founded twelve monasteries before founding the famous...
Charm St. Bernadette
Bernadette Soubirous was only 14 years old when Our Lady appeared to her at a grotto in Lourdes, France. There, Mary told her to dig a small spring. Young Bernadette...
Charm St. Blaise
St. Blaise was a skilled physician who lived in the 4th century. He was well-known for his kindness as well as his passion for treating both people and animals. Blaise...
Charm St. Brendan
St. Brendan was a priest born around 484 A.D. in Ireland. Adventurous and brave, Brendan sailed around northwest Europe spreading the Christian faith. He inspired many with his heroic devotion...
Charm St. Brigid of Ireland
Brigid lived in the 5th century and from her youngest years showed an interest in religious life. She was inspired by St. Patrick, who had baptized her parents. Brigid founded...
Charm St. Catherine Laboure
In 1830, Our Lady appeared three times to Catherine Labouré, then a novice with the Daughters of Charity in Paris. She asked Catherine to create a medal depicting one of...
Charm St. Catherine of Siena
From her early childhood, Catherine had exceptional spiritual gifts. She could see guardian angels and had visions of Mary, the saints, and even Christ. Catherine became a member of the...
Charm St. Cecilia
Cecilia was a 2nd-century Christian during the Roman persecutions. Devout and brave, she was to be killed for her faith but refused to let her persecutors take her life until...
Charm St. Christopher
A 3rd-century Christian, Christopher was a carrier; for work, he took goods and people safely across rivers. Legend holds that one day a young child asked if he could be...
Charm St. Clare of Assisi
An early follower of Saint Francis of Assisi, Clare is the foundress of an order of nuns known well as the "Poor Clares." Having heard Francis speak, Clare discovered a...
Charm St. Damien of Moloka'i
Born in 1840, Fr. Damien spent the last 16 years of his life on the Hawaiian island of Moloka'i. For decades, authorities used the island to banish anyone found suffering...
Charm St. Dominic
Dominic was born in Spain in 1170 and held a deep understanding of the spiritual disciplines. But Dominic saw a need to use those disciplines in a new way to...
Charm St. Dymphna
Dymphna was an Irish princess whose father became dangerous with mental illness. Along with her priest and court jester, she fled her home to a place called Gheel. There, young...
Charm St. Edith Stein
Known also as Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, Edith Stein was a brilliant German teacher and advocate of women in education, society and the Church during the difficult times...
Charm St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Elizabeth Ann Seton was born in 1774 and is the very first American saint. She lived a difficult life of loss and personal challenges, including the death of her husband...
Charm St. Elizabeth of Hungary
Elizabeth was the daughter of the King of Hungary in the early 13th century. Because of her elite royal status, her peers chastised her for her love of the poor...