St. Theodore of Amasea - Pocket Saints


St. Theodore of Amasea, martyred in the 4th century, was a Roman army recruit and a "Warrior Saint."  According to legend, St. Theodore was furious with the pagan worship that his peers were engaged in.  He was arrested for refusing to participate and, after being released, he promptly again refused and set fire to a pagan temple.  He was arrested and executed.  He has been said to intervene and influence on the battlefield.

Introducing Pocket Saints from Gloria & Praise!  Each Pocket Saint is hand created from two wooden beads which are hand painted.  After being hand-painted & assembled, the "saints" are strung on Olive color premium gutted paracord and finished with a high-quality black metal spring mini-carabiner buckle.  

Pocket Saints are perfect for attaching to bags, your key chain, a zipper, or anywhere else you choose!  Pocket Saints make the perfect gift!

Note about handmade products: 

As with many of our products, these items are handmade in small batches.  This means that though we try to make products uniform, there may be slight differences from what you see in the product images (i.e. slight changes in knot formation, length, etc) due to the nature of handmade items.