Charm St. Nicholas of Tolentino
Born as an answer to his mother’s prayers, Nicholas demonstrated saintliness at an early age and later joined the Augustinian Friars. He was devoted to the poor, sick and dying members of the community. The “Bread of Saint Nicholas” originates from the holy bread he would offer to miraculously heal the sick. In fact, Nicholas performed many miracles, including resurrections. He humbly told people, “Say nothing of this. Give thanks to God, not me.”
1.25" Armor of God Pendant
1.25" high on a 20" long black braided cord
2019 LWC Sunday Missal for Young Catholics
Give the Sunday Missal for Young Catholics to children, youth and their families and promote active participation in the Mass. -Perfect for children ages 7 and up -Stunning full-colour illustrations...
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