Patron of: illness, against fire, miscarriages, nurses
"Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire."
-St. Catherine of Siena
St. Catherine of Siena has the honor of being called a Doctor of the Church. She was a third order Dominican, and was very involved in helping the poor and in the politics of her day. She was an avid letter writer, and even gave advise to the Pope! She worked hard to unify the church, had mystical experiences, and was known in her lifetime as a strong and holy woman.
Plant the seeds of a lifelong faith with everyone's favorite Catholic saint toys!
This adorable vinyl collectible figure is the perfect gift, and a fantastic way to begin introducing your children (or your friends!) to the fascinating and inspiring world of Christian Saints.
Included in the box is a fun and educational insert; learn some fun facts about St. Catherine of Siena, a prayer for her Feast day and her story.
Each doll is made of high quality rotocasted vinyl; which means nothing moves, breaks or falls off! The dolls have been safety tested and approved for children of all ages (zero to 100!) Measuring at slightly over 3.5 inches- this little figure is a perfect fit for a child's hand, and makes an adorable addition to a desk or nightstand.
Shining Light dolls are also great hospital gifts; easy to clean, light and unbreakable, a cheerful reminder of our family in heaven!
A fantastic blend of new and old, these dolls are a great way to introduce your love ones to the beauty and depth of the Christian faith! Shining Light Dolls are our friends for the journey, little lights to the world! For children, and the young at heart!
Shining Light Dolls donates 10% of all profits to charity. Safe for children, toddlers and babies of all ages- from zero to 100! A fun and faithful gift for children and adults alike!
I bought this for our daughter - her patron saint - and it is sooooooo cute and so nicely painted! I have the St Anne statue and love it! Thank you so much and may God continue to Bless you in your work! Ann J.