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Laminated Holy Card St. Peregrine - 25 Pcs. Per Package

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Description:

With this Laminated Holy Card, you may learn about the beauty and spiritual significance of St. Peregrine. These cards are made of high-quality materials and include beautiful Catholic imagery and gold foil stamping on the front. A heartfelt prayer dedicated to St. Peregrine may be found on the back. The crystal-clear lamination assures long-term durability, allowing you to take this holy card everywhere you go.

Each box includes 25 beautifully laminated cards that are ideal for personal devotion, sharing with loved ones, or distributing across your church group. This holy card serves as a strong reminder of faith and hope, or whether you request St. Peregrine's intercession as a patron saint of Cancer Victims.

Item No.

AM-800-1263

Product Information
  • Laminated Holy Card St. Peregrine
  • Patron Saint of Cancer Victims
  • Feast Day - May 1
  • Front of the Card: Featuring an image of Saint Peregrine
  • Back of Card: Saint Peregrine
  • Material: Laminated Cardstock
  • Size: 2.675" W x 4.375" H
  • 25 Pieces Per Package
Story and Symbolism

St. Peregrine came from a rich man at the beginning of 1260. He left his past life as a man of violence and anger when he was in youth, and gave himself to help the poor and the sick. Peregrine spent a lot of his time in prayer before the crucified Jesus, asking God to cure him if it was God's will to do so. He  was canonized in 1726.