St. Josephine Bakhita Prayer Cards (Pack of 10)

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SKU: 811661017586
Weight: 0.165 lb

Prayer cards featuring a new, exclusive portrait of St. Josephine Bakhita

Be inspired by the life and holiness of St. Josephine Bakhita! Now available are beautiful prayer cards with original art by Tianna Williams and a summary of the St. Bakhita’s life and original prayer by Fr. Josh Johnson.

Now available on prayer cards sold in packs of 10, Catholics can be reminded of her incredible story and share it with others! Perfect for Parishes to share with their parishioners, for small groups, or to give to your friends.

Rich with symbolism, this image depicts St. Josephine Bakhita in her religious habit, with historical accuracy down to the smallest detail of her medal of Our Lady of Sorrows (matching the one she wore while she was alive).

Each aspect of the image, from her halo to the sunflowers around her to the chain in her hands, speaks to an important aspect of her saintly life. For St. Josephine Bakhita, holding chains in her hands represents both the freedom from slavery that she found later in her life, and the freedom she found in Christ. A pdf explaining the symbolism of the image will be sent to those who purchase the art so that they can fully understand and appreciate it!

St. Josephine Bakhita, who endured many hardships in her lifetime, reminds Catholics that freedom in Christ and joy in all things is possible. 

Prayer cards featuring a new, exclusive portrait of St. Josephine Bakhita

Be inspired by the life and holiness of St. Josephine Bakhita! Now available are beautiful prayer cards with original art by Tianna Williams and a summary of the St. Bakhita’s life and original prayer by Fr. Josh Johnson.

Now available on prayer cards sold in packs of 10, Catholics can be reminded of her incredible story and share it with others! Perfect for Parishes to share with their parishioners, for small groups, or to give to your friends.

Rich with symbolism, this image depicts St. Josephine Bakhita in her religious habit, with historical accuracy down to the smallest detail of her medal of Our Lady of Sorrows (matching the one she wore while she was alive).

Each aspect of the image, from her halo to the sunflowers around her to the chain in her hands, speaks to an important aspect of her saintly life. For St. Josephine Bakhita, holding chains in her hands represents both the freedom from slavery that she found later in her life, and the freedom she found in Christ. A pdf explaining the symbolism of the image will be sent to those who purchase the art so that they can fully understand and appreciate it!

St. Josephine Bakhita, who endured many hardships in her lifetime, reminds Catholics that freedom in Christ and joy in all things is possible. 

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