ST. KATERI TEKAKWITHA PLUSH DOLL
Meet St. Kateri Tekakwitha!
Also known as the Lily of the Mohawks, when St. Kateri died on April 17, 1680, witnesses said that her emaciated face changed color and became like that of a healthy child. The lines of suffering, even the smallpox scars that she bore from the time she was four, suddenly disappeared and the touch of a smile came upon her lips shortly after her death. She was canonized in 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI.
Handcrafted from super-soft plush, and standing at 10 inches tall this St. Kateri plush is sure to become one of your little one's favorite companions! Gorgeous embroidery details and custom fabrics make this piece even more of a treasure. St. Kateri is dressed in her traditional Mohawk dress, and is holding a cross.
The plush doll comes tagged with feast day information, ready for gifting (if you can manage to let her go!)
- Feast Day: July 14th
- Patron Saint of: Ecologists, ecology, environment, loss of parents, people in exile, Native Americans, and people mocked for their faith
- Plush material is surface washable.
- Each doll made lovingly by hand. Due to the handmade nature of the doll, some very slight variation may occur.
- Safe and non-toxic
- US and Canadian safety standard certified.