Happy Feasts of Saint Jude and Saint Simon!

Oct 28, 2022 | Blog, Feast Days

Saint Jude was one of the 12 apostles and became a very powerful intercessor so anxious was he to prove he wasn’t THAT Judas.

The flame represents his presence at Pentecost (which THAT Judas wasn’t present for).

The Medallion represents a legend in which Jesus imprinted His face into a cloth for Saint Jude to take to the King of Edessa (now in Turkey) who was suffering from a serious illness.  Showing, yet again, that he was not THAT Judas.
He is the Patron of Desperate causes, desperate situations, lost causes and his feast day is on October 28.

If you’d like this powerful intercessor hanging around you house, click here.

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