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Her Kind Act Will Forever Be With Me

I have a dear friend that I’ve had since third grade, we are now in our 60s. I was goi...
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I Received a Bracelet

At the beginning of April 2020, when we entered lockdown for Covid 19, a former classma...
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Strength

Strength

My childhood friend Lauren & I have been through so many things, recently she lost ...
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Thanks for Showing God's Love in Action

Thanks for Showing God's Love in Action

Thank you John for your beautiful gift to Hattie! Hattie Grace came to us 4 years ago as a special needs foster placement. We immediately knew that we could never let her leave us! She is a beacon of light from the moment she gets up to all she encounters with her unconditional love and hugs that she freely passes along to all people and animals she meets. She truly shows Gods love. We were blessed to adopt her 2 years ago and include her as part of our family. While making one of our monthly visits to her favorite place Disneyland we were approached by John and Caitlin who spent time sharing hugs with Hattie and making her feel so special. Thanks for showing God's love in action! — Monica
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Let the Holy Cross Be My Light Every Day

My daughter in law took her son shopping to find my Christmas gift. She tells me Jack looked all over the store and kept coming back to this bracelet. I was delighted to receive such a special and beautiful gift. I will endeavor to let the Holy Cross be my Light every day. —Cynthia
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I am Blessed

I am Blessed

1. May you be blessed with love.
2. May you be blessed with family.
3. May you be blessed with friendship & rejoice in belonging.
4. May you be blessed with wisdom.
5. May you be blessed with health.
6. May you be blessed with hope, joy & inspiration.
7. May you be blessed with peace.

Trying to count my blessings each day and realize just how blessed I am. Little reminders for me to look at each day when I’m struggling and feel like I’m failing at everything. One to remind me of my 7 blessings, one to remind me I am blessed to be a mother, and the word blessed since it’s my word for 2020. — Kat
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Picking Up The Pieces

I am a Recovery Coach and a Recovery Coordinator and I was at the hospital visiting someone who desperately needed my help. I had on a tee shirt with my employers logo and I got out of my vehicle and I noticed an older woman staring at me so I smiled at her and as I was approaching the hospital, she asked me what I did and I explained it to her and the reason why. We said our goodbyes and I went to go visit my client and as I left, I noticed something on my windshield with a note that said "Thank you for being selfless and welcome to the "Angel Mom Club" and along with this note there were 2 bracelets. I understood the "Angel Mom Club", I have been one since April 20th, 2018. You see, I do what I do because my son passed away from Fentanyl poisoning after being drug free 18 months. It might not seem to be a long time to some, but it was a lifetime for my son. I am his voice now and he left behind a legacy. He was my hero. My son's death was at the hands of a person who didn't want to stop using drugs so my son was ending their relationship and let her spend the night at my home so he could help her get her stuff together and move out. He loved being drug free and she decided to inject him while he slept. She has never been charged with the crime. I am leaving it in God's hands. I don't want other parents to have to endure the pain that my husband and I endured. I have a FB group called "Picking Up The Pieces" Ocala, FL and I am trying to become a nonprofit to continue to pay it forward as we are in the midst of an opioid epidemic and my son is standing right next to me as I help people. He is my strength. Thank you. —Michelle
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Wear One. Share One. Spreading Kindness in Guatemala

Wear One. Share One. Spreading Kindness in Guatemala

Our team of 10 from Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Lubbock, Texas was blessed with the...
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Gabriela on Instagram sharing My Saint My Hero Blessing Bracelet

Every Time I Put on My Bracelet...

I first heard of My Saint My Hero when I bought my first bracelet at a retreat I attended with my University's Catholic Center. I absolutely loved the hand-made design and the beautiful St. Benedict medals incorporated into it. I wear my bracelet almost every day, and I am so inspired by this Catholic faith-based company that advocates for love and prayer. Every time I put on my bracelet, I am reminded of the Lord's constant love and protection, and I am encouraged to go forth and make disciples, bringing the Light of Christ to everyone I meet! —Gabriela @gabrielareilly
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The Smallest Act of Kindness Can Make Someone’s Day

The Smallest Act of Kindness Can Make Someone’s Day

I gave a kindness bracelet to Megan of Youth Challenge. Megan, as with many people involved with Youth Challenge, truly shows the greatest gift of kindness to participants (children and teens with disabilities) and their teen volunteers (able-bodied). Through her smile, encouragement, enthusiasm for life Megan shows others that just the smallest act of kindness can make someone’s day! She is setting a great example for young people in her community and encouraging others to treat everyone with kindness regardless of our differences. I know, without a doubt, Megan’s kindness will reach far and wide through her work with those at Youth Challenge and beyond. —Cathy
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I Love My Miraculous Mary Bracelet

I Love My Miraculous Mary Bracelet

I love my Miraculous Mary bracelet because it’s a good (and stylish!) reminder to pray throughout the day, especially when there’s a slow moment and I look down at my hands. The ten pendants make it easy to do a quick Rosary. —Dominique @dominique_palove
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He is My Saint My Hero

I gave my bracelet to my nephew Lance who was diagnosed 3 years ago with a tumor on his brain called Glioblastoma multiform. He is the kindest, most honest, lovable soul you could ever meet. He's from New Orleans so he is my Saint my Hero. I'd also like to thank the young lady at Carolyn and Company who slipped the bracelet in my bag when I was checking out at the register. You are a kind person thanks for making my day. —Patti
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"It's World Kindness Day and I'd like to give you my We Are Kind Bracelet

In the doctor's waiting room, I saw a young mother with her child. I went over to her and told her "It's World Kindness Day and I'd like to give you my We Are Kind Bracelet. Thank you for being such a good mother by taking care of yourself and your baby. You are blessed to have a child.....I did not bear one." She smiled and thanked me as I put my bracelet on her arm. She said she was going to cry....thank you sooo much. Thank you My Saint My Hero......for all that you do and give to the world. —Debbi
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@aliceinletterland in Lourdes France wearing My Saint My Hero Garment of Grace Bracelet

A Daily Reminder that Heaven is my Home

I wear my garment of grace bracelet as a daily reminder that Heaven is my home and getting there is my ultimate life goal. It, also, reminds me to go to Jesus through Mary I’m order to be able to surrender my every day struggles and challenges.

Thanks & God bless, Alicia @aliceinletterland

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Jesus is my True North

Jesus is my True North

I bought My True North bracelet to remind me that Jesus is my true north. When I can not find my way I can look at the bracelet and know The cross is my way. Knowing that God protects me from all four corners of the Earth! It makes me feel like I am not alone. —Keren
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A Challenge to Boldly Wear My Faith

A Challenge to Boldly Wear My Faith

A friend gave me my first My Saint My Hero bracelet, and I wore it as a sign of sisterhood in Christ. This gift served as an external sign of an inner dedication to grow together as a community of women pursuing faith through our bible study. Even today, I wear this bracelet as a reminder to myself of the responsibility I have every day to continuously work towards holiness. Additionally, My Saint My Hero bracelets are a challenge to boldly wear my faith, sharing the goodness of Christ's love every chance I am given. A friend gave me my first My Saint My Hero bracelet, and I wore it as a sign of sisterhood in Christ. This gift served as an external sign of an inner dedication to grow together as a community of women pursuing faith through our bible study. Even today, I wear this bracelet as a reminder to myself of the responsibility I have every day to continuously work towards holiness. Additionally, My Saint My Hero bracelets are a challenge to boldly wear my faith, sharing the goodness of Christ's love every chance I am given. —Julie @district_Jules
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Everyone Needs a Blessing

Everyone Needs a Blessing

Everyone needs a blessing and these bracelets are a constant reminder of that. Whenever you need a reminder, simply look down at your bracelet and know you are blessed. My fiancé and I love these bracelets as they constantly remind us of how blessed we are and that we are here for a greater purpose. — Renée  @reneekieffer

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To Not Lose Faith in Myself

To Not Lose Faith in Myself

From the moment that I received my 1st two bracelets they became magical to me, not only for the beautiful message that MY SAINT MY HERO carries about the celebration of faith and love, but also because they were given to me by someone special with whom I have shared precious memories - spending time with her is also a blessing since we live far apart.

With one look to my wrist, not only I am reminded of her, but I am reminded to not lose faith in myself, and to strive to make the world a better place.

Thanks auntie, not only for blessing me, but also for bringing this wonderful brand into my life. —Jo-Angela  @joangela03 

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Heaven Sent

Heaven Sent

I received this bracelet from a Very Special Woman in my Life. (Mom) aka (Mama Jean) she adopted me after my biological Mother past away. She says Cookie sent her to me. The way Mama Jean took me under her wing had to have been Heaven sent. I am So Blessed to have her in my life and the role she has taken on is so unexplainable. The meaning of this Bracelet is Everything. Sincerely J. Santos 
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It opened the opportunity to share my faith...

I am a home healthcare nurse I am also a practicing Catholic and wear at least one of my St Benedict bracelets every day. My patients have been given St Benedict on their way to their last breath, to the ER, or when they’ve just reached the end of their rope. I’ve even gifted to a doctor! Thank you for allowing me this outlet for sharing my faith. Recently at the “apple” store the assistant saw my screensaver (miraculous medal keychain) and it opened the opportunity to share my faith, and your site God bless you and all your endeavors in the name of Christ Jesus our Lord — Cindy
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