Padre Pio's countenance is familiar to those of the Catholic faith world-wide and this little statue expertly captures his features. He wears gloves and holds a set of rosary beads. The gloves were worn because Padre Pio carried the wounds of stigmata for most of his life. Despite his wounds (and maybe because of them?) Padre Pio's famous advice was, "Pray, hope, and don't worry" This philosophy led to his unofficial patronage of the January Blues. Feeling Blue now? Order this statue, do a little research on this most faithful servant of God, and increase your faith. The statue is made of resin and stands six inches tall.
Saint Pio of Pietrelcina Statue Details:
- Saint Padre Pio
- Holding Rosary & Wearing Gloves
- Feast Day:September 23
- Patron Saint of Volunteers, Adolescents, January Bues & Others
- Dimensions: 6”
- Resin Stone Mix