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Kid's Black Penance Bracelet - BEST SELLER

by McVan
Original price $13.00 - Original price $13.00
Original price
$13.00
$13.00 - $13.00
Current price $13.00

Description:

This best selling Kid's Size black Corded Penance Bracelet with Padre Pio, Guardian Angel, and St. Michael Medals is made with high-quality materials and designed to fit children's wrists. This bracelet is perfect for celebrating religious milestones or as a daily reminder of faith. The beautiful combination of white cord and religious medals exudes grace and spirituality, making it a great gift for children of any age. 

Item No.: MV-PB2

Features

  • Kid's White Penance Bracelet
  • The adjustable bracelet is made of white cord and features Padre Pio, Guardian Angel, and St. Michael Medals
  • Comes with a prayer booklet.
  • Arrives in a hang card.
  • Made in the USA.

Lifetime Warranty: We have confidence and faith in the quality of our products, offering a lifetime warranty.

Story & Symbolism: 

"Many sins wrong our neighbor. One must do what is possible in order to repair the harm (e.g., return stolen goods, restore the reputation of someone slandered, pay compensation for injuries). Simple justice requires as much. But sin also injures and weakens the sinner himself, as well as his relationships with God and neighbor. Absolution takes away sin, but it does not remedy all the disorders sin has caused. Raised up from sin, the sinner must still recover his full spiritual health by doing something more to make amends for the sin: he must “make satisfaction for” or “expiate” his sins. This satisfaction is also called “penance.”
CCC 1459