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St. Jude Statue 3.75"

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SKU: RM50274
$14.99

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3 7/8" x 1 1/2"

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St. Jude Statue 3.75"

This St. Jude statue is only 3.75" high but is well made, fits just about anywhere and is designed in a classic image of St. Jude. St. Jude is one of the Churches most popular Saints and we invoke his assistance with hopeless cases and desperate situations.  He is the helper in urgent needs!

  • St. Jude is the patron saint of desperate causes.
  • This is statue is sold along with a St. Jude prayer card.
  • The gift box contains a prayer to St. Jude on the front and the story of St. Jude on the back.

St. Jude Novena

Prayer to St. Jude

Thanksgiving Novena to St. Jude

O Holy St. Jude, Apostle and
Martyr, great in virtue and
rich in miracles, near
kinsman of Jesus Christ,
faithful intercessor of all
who invoked your special
patronage in time of need,
to you I have recourse from
the depth of my heart and
humbly beg to whom God
has given such great power
to come to my assistance.
Help me in my present and
urgent petition.  In return I
promise to make your name
known and cause you to be
invoked.  St. Jude pray for us
and all who invoke your
aid.  Amen.

Say three Our Fathers, three Hail Marys and three Glorias.
Publication must be promised.
Pray for nine consecutive days.

Exclusively by Roman.

Story of St. Jude

St. Jude Thaddeus

Patron Saint of Desperate Causes (First Century)

Millions have turned to St. Jude for assistance when all else fails.  As the Patron of Desperate Causes, it is St. Jude who will intercede on your behalf when you cannot find an answer and all hope seems lost.

A close relative of Jesus, probably a cousin, and apostle to Jesus Christ.  St. Jude traveled throughout Mesopotamia and Syria, preaching the gospel with St. Simon.  It was during his travels that St. Jude is said to have cured the King of Edessa from leprosy in the name of Jesus.  Later artists used the symbol of an image of Jesus around St. Jude's neck to refer to this story.

Another image associated with St. Jude is that of the flame above his head.  Since Jude was an apostle, he was one of those gathered in the locked room with the other disciples when they received the Holy Spirit in the form of tongues of fire.

St. Jude along with St. Simon, is said to have been martyred in Armenia.  His relics are now honored in St. Peter's Basilica in Rome.  Evidence of this saint's powerful intercession can be found daily in the ads of local papers and on the internet.  many people attribute the relief they have found to the assistance of the Patron of Desperate Causes.

Feast Day: October 28

Exclusively Roman

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5.00(1 review)
5 03/18/2014Claudia from Mapleton, ME - Verified Customer

This is the 2nd St. Jude I have purchased for loved ones stricken with Cancer. Although the statue certainly won't cure my niece's disease, it is a comforting thought that St. Jude gives her comfort and strength to face whatever God has in her plan. For the small amount I paid, this is a most beautiful statue. Thank you for making it available. Claudia Madore

 

 
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