St. Therese Porcelain Pendant
Saint Therese - (circa 1873-1897) Patron of Missionaries, flower growers and AIDS patients Born in France, St Therese became a Carmelite nun at the age of 15. Because of her faith and simplicity she is known as the &ldquoayLittle Flower&rdquoay. She pioneered the ideal of the &ldquoayLITTLE WAY&rdquoay, fidelity in the small thing and complete trust in God.
Before she died at the early age of 24, she told her friends to pray to her and she would answer them with a shower of roses. Many people believe that after you pray to St. Therese you will see or smell roses.
Fine hand crafted porcelain on braided cord in gift box. The designs are fired into the CLAY at 2200 degrees, so they will not peel or wear off. Each piece is approximately 1" by1-1/2" and are on a 32 inch braided cord.