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It’s September 18th, so you know what that means! The Frequent Flyer Franciscan Friar, Saint Joseph of Cupertino, is having his Feast Day. He is known as the patron of safe flight. He protects our airlines, Air Force, and aviators. He’s also the patron invoked for help with taking tests.  Who knew!?

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Over the years we have prepared bulk orders for boys’ football teams, baptisms, First Holy Communions, and Conformations, weddings, funerals and other special events. Keep SaintsforSinners in mind when you are planning an event and would like to present a special token or memento, there’s a saint for every occasion and we can pant it any way you like. Keep us in mind.

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We have a lot of new things to let you know about but since it is early August and everyone is away or on vacation as a “StayCation” because of this Corona19, we will wait and send another note with further details.

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I woke up like this? Here are 2 Excellent Pictures and a Very Nice Note! We got the coolest note and pictures from Toni Ann in Florida (but born and raised in New Jersey) today!

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1.     Hooray! Retail Stores have begun opening again! Rob spoke to Amy at the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC. Amy let us know the Basilica Book & Gift Shop is open again and our medals are available there, and featured front and center.”

If you are in Washington, or plan to visit anytime, or know someone there, please take, or ask them to take, a photo of our saint medal display at the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. Send it to us or simply post it on our Facebook Page! Thanks.

2.     Announcing Another Contest: Enter our Latest Contest! This Time We are Offering:

One of our hand-painted crosses adorned with saint medals recovered from the flood OR one of our hand-painted crosses covered with “re-purposed” hand-painted saint medals that did not quite measure up to be sold online or sent to retail stores.

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Saint Jean-Baptiste-Marie Vianney, the Cure D’Ars did become a priest and he heard the confessions of thousands. He had a great life as a priest. He has a childlike devotion to Saint Philomena but I do not know much more to say about that (yet).

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We are writing about Shepherding and the Good Shepherd, and also Shepherdess, Saint Bernadette and Our Lady of Lourdes, combined with the Shepherd adorned Pectoral Cross of Pope Francis and Saint Agnes holding a lamb. Oh, and Agnus Dei too! This is going to hopefully flow, believe it or not!

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Yesterday, I sent out a newsletter to a few people and was asked why I didn’t send it to everyone. So, I thought about it and decided to send this newsletter to everyone.

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This is a set of photographs and essay about Celebrating Memorial Day with French WWII Soldiers. There is no “sale” or special offer. This is simply a reflective bit of writing….

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Hi – Some of you will recall when we first started this little company, back on June 11, 1996. We had 2 hand-painted Saint Medals and Stories, Saint Christopher & Saint Sebastian. They were on laminated rectangular story cards with necklaces attached. We gave them away at a birthday party on City Park Avenue. Gosh, if you have one of those cards, please return it!

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     We are happy to report that our local retailer, Little Miss Muffin , on Harrison Avenue in Lakeview is open and fully loaded with our SaintsforSinners medals and we will be stocking and restocking often since their store is only one mile away from our Studio!

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This will be a pretty short note. We just couldn’t let May 1 go by without noting that it’s the traditional Catholic Feast Day of Saint Peregrine. You surely don’t need to be Catholic to appreciate the story of Saint Peregrine.

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Latest news from rob and the SaintsforSinners Gang. Sales have been slow due to CV19 so we are trying to use the time to find ways to be more efficient. It’s working!

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Holy Thursday is upon us and then soon we will be participating in Good Friday and then celebrating Easter Sunday and the Resurrection. On Good Friday, folks in New Orleans typically have delicious  boiled crawfish, adding corn, potatoes, garlic, mushrooms, onions, green beans, oranges, asparagus, and sometimes artichokes, if you get lucky!

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We are adding more stories. We didn’t realize so many were missing… thank you for noticing and letting us know– they are going up today and for the next week they will keep going up as fast we can add them – plus, we are writing more.

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