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Saint St Francis of Assisi Ceramic Bird Animal Feeder Garden Figure Yard Statue

Saint St Francis of Assisi Ceramic Bird Animal Feeder Garden Figure Yard Statue
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St. Francis of Assisi Bird Feeder
15-3/4" x 5-3/4" dia.

Add serenity to your living or outdoor space with this Peaceful Garden Figure. Holy figure of Saint Francis has a weathered, hand-carved wood look and soft, hand-painted  details.

The St. Francis Bird Feeder (15-3/4" x 5-3/4" dia.) features the  beloved patron saint of animals and the environment. He has 2 birds and a rabbit  near him with leaves printed down his robe and a rosary that hangs from his  belt.

Made of  weather-resistant cold cast ceramic.

Over a foot tall!

  • Details:
    • Mary Statue, 15-3/4" x 6-5/8" x 5"
      • Cold cast ceramic

"For it is in giving that we receive" ~ St. Francis of Assisi

Feast day: October 4
Patron and Animals, Merchants & Ecology
Birth: 1181 Death: 1226

Feel Free To Chat With Us !! Call 215-550-7100Saint Francis of Assisi, Italian San Francesco d’Assisi, baptized Giovanni, renamed Francesco, original name Francesco di Pietro di Bernardone   (born 1181/82, Assisi, duchy of Spoleto [Italy]—died October 3, 1226, Assisi; canonized July 16, 1228; feast day October 4), founder of the Franciscan orders of the Friars Minor (Ordo Fratrum Minorum), the women’s Order of St. Clare (the Poor Clares), and the lay Third Order.

He was also a leader of the movement of evangelical poverty in the early 13th century. His evangelical zeal, consecration to poverty, charity, and personal charisma drew thousands of followers. Francis’s devotion to the human Jesus and his desire to follow Jesus’ example reflected and reinforced important developments in medieval spirituality. The Poverello (“Poor Little Man”) is one of the most venerated religious figures in Roman Catholic history, and he and Catherine of Siena are the patron saints of Italy. In 1979 Pope John Paul II recognized him as the patron saint of ecology.

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