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Start, or add to, your collection of Tiny Saints Charms with Mother Cabrini.
Tiny Saints charm for kids and adults is a fun way to celebrate your Catholic faith. Add the charm to a paracord necklace or clip on backpacks, lunch boxes, purses, key chains or attach them to a Confirmation or Communion gift, or the rosary and create a personalized look with saints and Mary. You can even make a bracelet or necklace out of them! For children, it’s a great way to get them interested in learning about the lives of the saints. Other charms are available too!
The three-book series by authors Dave Nodar, Dianne Davis, and Fr. Erik Arnold is based on the ChristLife three-step evangelization process, used by individuals and parishes to spread the Gospel message and transform lives!
"How can one not recognize in our age….confession must be rediscovered and proposed anew?"
POPE BENEDICT XVI
ADDRESS TO CONFESSORS, FEBRUARY 19, 2007
St. Rocco spent much of his life caring for the sick and poor. When he became ill, he was banished from the city. Rocco found a cave to sleep in and drank water from a small stream. One day, a puppy from a nearby castle saw Rocco in the cave. The puppy brought Rocco bread and tickled him with licks! A few days later, the puppy led a kind man to Rocco’s cave. Rocco was rescued and brought back to the city. The puppy is still remembered today for his love and kindness.
St. Agnes is beloved by many for her pure heart. Her name means “lamb” and her purity is symbolized by white wool. Every year, two lambs are honored on the feast of St. Agnes. They are carried in baskets with red and white flowers and placed before the pope for a special blessing. The wool of these lambs will later be used to make special garments for new archbishops. When life gets a little hard, we can find calm and peace thinking of St. Agnes and her special lambs.
St. Abigail traveled the Irish countryside sharing the love of Christ and using honey to naturally treat illnesses and wounds. Bees and their honey hold an important place in Irish culture. Legend has it that Abigail once called her bees from their hives to chase off evil-doers! Some even say the bees miraculously changed into soldiers and their hives transformed into bronze helmets! Abigail cared for the less fortunate until she was called to Heaven. In Irish folklore, that is represented by... a flying bee!.
St. Francis lived simply and loved being with God’s creation. He spent much of his time outdoors praying among the trees, animals and sunshine. One day, St. Francis asked his friends if he should continue his work as a preacher or spend more time alone in silent prayer. They told him, “You must continue to preach!” Francis was so excited by their answer that he immediately started preaching... to the nearby birds! To each bird he said, “In every beat of your wing and every note of your song, praise Him!”