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8" H St. Pio Statue

Original price $41.95 - Original price $41.95
Original price
$41.95
$41.95 - $41.95
Current price $41.95

Description:

A classic St. Pio Statue is a symbol of our faith in St. Pio. The carefully made adaptation of St. Pio features durability, and a price that cannot be beaten in the market is what makes this item a must-have. This lovely vintage religious item would make a perfect addition to your religious home decor, home altar, or shrine.

Inspired by the muted color palette and wonderful detail of wood-carved sculptures seen particularly in southern Italy, this popular statue collection is a unique treat, offering stunning, realistic renditions of the topics at a price that just cannot be surpassed in the marketplace. 

Item No.

AV-PS990

Product Information
  • 8" H St. Pio Statue
  • Patron Saint of Civil Defense Volunteers and Adolescents
  • Feast Day - September 23
  • A stunning statue of St. Pio handcrafted by old masters
  • Material: Resin
  • Size: 8" H
  • Highly recommended gifts and giveaways for those who have faith in St. Pio.
  • Comes in a signature gift box for easy gift-giving and safekeeping.
Story and Symbolism

Padre Pio, commonly known as St. Pio of Pietrelcina, was an Italian friar, priest, stigmatist, and mystic, now venerated as a saint in the Catholic Church. Born Francesco Forgione, he was called Pius when he entered the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin. In 1956, Padre Pio founded the House for the Relief of Suffering, a hospital that serves 60,000 patients a year. He died on September 23, 1968, and was canonized in 2002.