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12" St. Francis with Deer Statue - Figures of Faith

Original price $72.95 - Original price $72.95
Original price
$72.95
$72.95 - $72.95
Current price $72.95

Description:

A truly captivating image of St. Francis with Deer Statue - with Inscription perfectly captures St. Francis' devotion to God through his love for all of God's creation. The beautiful faces, traditional colors, and marvelous attention to detail will capture everyone's heart. This sculpture is elegantly boxed, which makes it a perfect way of sharing our testament of faith through gift-giving.

Full Inscription:

Lord, make me an instrument of your peace. Where there is hatred, let me sow love; Where there is injury, pardon; Where there is doubt, faith; Where there is despair, hope; Where there is darkness, light; Where there is sadness, joy.

Item No.: AV-MT391

Features:

  • 12" St. Francis with Deer Statue - Figures of Faith
  • St. Francis of Assisi the "Patron Saint of Animals and Ecology"
  • Feast Day - October 4
  • A statue of St. Francis embellished with a prayer and a deer on his side.
  • Material: Stone Resin
  • Size: 12" H
  • Natural stone finish and will be treasured for years to come.
  • This item comes with a box perfect for gift-giving.

Saint Story: 

St. Francis of Assisi is acclaimed as the patron saint of animals and the environment. He is also considered as the pioneering Earth Day advocate. St. Francis of Assisi was a Catholic priest who left a life full of wealth in exchange for a simple life. He ordained the Franciscan Order of friars and the women's Order of the Poor Ladies. Later in his life, St. Francis received a vision that left him with the resemblance of Christ's wounds - marks resembling the wounds of Jesus Christ when he was crucified - making  St. Francis the first person to receive holy wounds.