I am going to wear these socks out in no time because I love them so much. I wash them asap just so I can get them on my feet again. St. Gianna has been an amazing Saint Friend to our family. I'm so happy that SR came out with socks to honor her.
Thank you for sharing your photo with us Elizabeth--we love it!! We are so happy your socks have brought you joy!!
The 'no show' St. Gianna socks were disappointing. There was not picture of her on them.... just flowers and her saying.
Hi Diane! Sorry to hear the St. Gianna no-show socks were not what you were hoping for. We'd be happy to do an exchange for our standard One Size Fits most, which does feature St. Gianna. Please email us at email@example.com and we can help that process started!
Gianna Beretta Molla was born October 4th, 1922 in Italy to a loving and devoted Catholic family. In 1949 Gianna received her doctoral degree and became a missionary of love in her daily duties as a wife, mother and physician.
When pregnant with her fourth child her faith was tested with complications. Given a choice, she chose to preserve her pregnancy and before giving birth told her husband, ''If you have to decide between me and the child, do not hesitate; I demand it, the child, save it.'' St. Gianna died in the heroic sacrifice of her life for her daughter’s life.
She is often depicted smiling with her children having lived a life of courageous joy and strength. Lilies-of-the-valley are often associated with Gianna both as her favorite flower and the flower of the Sorrowful Mother; honoring the mothers longing for a child and those suffering the loss of a child.
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- Each sock’s essential stitches represent the Holy Family: Tan around the inside of the cuff, representing St. Joseph as head and protector of the Holy Family. Blue (outside) and white (inside) representing Mary and Jesus stitched across the toe of every sock.
- A portion of production goes to make socks for our brothers and sisters experiencing homelessness in Indianapolis, IN.
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