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  • CHAIN IS NOT INCLUDED
  • 7" or 8" chain
  • Comes with a Lobster Claw Clasp. This bracelet is Unisex and can be for a man or woman. 7 Inches is standard for women 8 Inches is standard for men. Mens Plate Size: 1 3/4 Inches Wide x 1/2 Inch Tall Womens Plate Size: 1 Inches Wide x 1/3 Inches Tall One of the most beloved of saints. His images and statues are ubiquitous. Proclaimed a Doctor of the Church on January 16, 1946, he is sometimes called "Evangelical Doctor". He is especially invoked for the recovery of things lost ("Saint Anthony, Saint Anthony, please come around. Something is lost and cannot be found."). On January 27, 1907 in Beaumont, Texas, a church was dedicated and named in honor of St. Anthony of Padua. The church was later designated a cathedral in 1966 with the formation of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Beaumont, but was not formally consecrated. On April 28, 1974, St Anthony Cathedral was dedicated and consecrated by Bishop Warren Boudreaux. In 2006 Pope Benedict XVI granted St. Anthony Cathedral the designation of minor basilica. St. Anthony Cathedral Basilica celebrated its 100th anniversary on January 28, 2007. Seventeenth century Spanish missionaries came across a small Native American community along what was then known as the Yanaguana River on the feast day of Saint Anthony and renamed the river and eventually a mission built nearby in his honor. This mission would at first become the focal point of a small community that would eventually grow in size and scope to become the city of San Antonio.

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  • CHAIN IS NOT INCLUDED
  • 7" or 8" chain
  • Comes with a Lobster Claw Clasp. This bracelet is Unisex and can be for a man or woman. 7 Inches is standard for women 8 Inches is standard for men. Mens Plate Size: 1 3/4 Inches Wide x 1/2 Inch Tall Womens Plate Size: 1 Inches Wide x 1/3 Inches Tall Saint Pio of Pietrelcina (25 May 1887 23 September 1968) was a Capuchin priest from Italy who is venerated as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church. He was born Francesco Forgione, and given the name Pio when he joined the Capuchins; he was popularly known as Padre Pio after his ordination to the priesthood. He became famous for his stigmata.
SKU 70270
Weight 0.3000
Metal All Metals
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  • CHAIN IS NOT INCLUDED
  • 7" or 8" chain
  • Comes with a Lobster Claw Clasp. This bracelet is Unisex and can be for a man or woman. 7 Inches is standard for women 8 Inches is standard for men. Mens Plate Size: 1 3/4 Inches Wide x 1/2 Inch Tall Womens Plate Size: 1 Inches Wide x 1/3 Inches Tall One of the most beloved of saints. His images and statues are ubiquitous. Proclaimed a Doctor of the Church on January 16, 1946, he is sometimes called "Evangelical Doctor". He is especially invoked for the recovery of things lost ("Saint Anthony, Saint Anthony, please come around. Something is lost and cannot be found."). On January 27, 1907 in Beaumont, Texas, a church was dedicated and named in honor of St. Anthony of Padua. The church was later designated a cathedral in 1966 with the formation of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Beaumont, but was not formally consecrated. On April 28, 1974, St Anthony Cathedral was dedicated and consecrated by Bishop Warren Boudreaux. In 2006 Pope Benedict XVI granted St. Anthony Cathedral the designation of minor basilica. St. Anthony Cathedral Basilica celebrated its 100th anniversary on January 28, 2007. Seventeenth century Spanish missionaries came across a small Native American community along what was then known as the Yanaguana River on the feast day of Saint Anthony and renamed the river and eventually a mission built nearby in his honor. This mission would at first become the focal point of a small community that would eventually grow in size and scope to become the city of San Antonio.