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  1. My Saint My Hero March 28, 2017 at 1:41 pm #

    Dearest Adriana,

    Thank you so much for sharing your story with us. We are so humbled by your kind words and by the work God has done through this bracelet! The fact that we cannot keep our bracelets on our own wrists for very long has become a running joke in our office, and we are constantly reminded of WHY we do this when beautiful stories like yours are shared with us.

    We pray for everyone who wears our blessing bracelets, but today we will be saying a special prayer for you, your friend who gave you the bracelet, and the nurse who first shared that bracelet with your friend; May God continue to share His light through that particular bracelet and give each of us the grace and the courage that He gave your friend, to hear His call to share His love with someone in need– even if it might be with a complete stranger.

  2. Adriana March 27, 2017 at 10:08 pm #

    I received this bracelet from a really good friend of mine. I simply commented on how nice I thought the bracelet was and the next thing I knew she was taking it off to hand it over to me. She had received it from a nurse in a troubling time in her life. And when she explain to me what the bracelet meant and how she got it, I was almost in tears. I recently lost my mother/bestfriend January 27, 2017, and I received this 2 month to the day of my mother’s death. The crazy part is I was having a hard time this week with emotions and missing my mother and receiving this bracelet was just a reminder that I can go on and that I need to still be a blessing to others despite my current situation. Funny how God works and how he spoke to me through the passing down of this bracelet. I’ve had it less than 24 hours and I don’t ever want to give it up! I will of course, but it’s gonna be hard.

  3. Elizabeth December 15, 2016 at 3:42 pm #

    I have a feeling that I just have to share my story! I came to this website for the bracelet, and to learn more and I’m so happy there is an option to share stories!

    Recently, after going through a health trauma, I have developed sensitivities, like a heightened awareness of things. Before falling asleep, I will see “visions” or random images pop into my head and these visions will offer guidance and clarity.

    One time before falling asleep, I had an image come into my head and I saw my My Saint My Hero bracelet on my friend and I was like hey! I have that bracelet, maybe I should be wearing it more! So the next day I put it on; it was a gift from my mom after going through some health troubles. I felt its blessing and it gives comfort when I wear it.

    So just today, I wasn’t wearing my bracelet (first time in a while), I was laying down and an image of the bracelet popped into my head and I thought “what’s the deal with this bracelet, why do I keep getting messages about it- what makes it so blessed?” And into my mind, I saw women working diligently with these bracelets and praying over them and I had a feeling of Eastern Europe (Croatia/ Bosnia actually came into my head) and then the word “devotion” appeared. I realized the bracelet is very much blessed because of the amount of love , beauty and devotion placed into them and it’s like God or Spirit was telling me to keep it on me!

    Before that message, I didn’t quite know the details of the bracelet! I knew they were hand made in Eastern Europe, but I didn’t know exactly where and I did not know the amount of devotion and love placed into them (which is why I came to the website to learn more). I was pretty shocked to read the beautiful mission of the jewelery and to learn they’re made by the women and families of Bosnia & Herzegovina! And that they truly are blessed by devoted people of tremendous faith!

    I’m never taking it off :). I hope my story can help others believe in the power of these bracelets and faith. Thank you so much for creating such beautiful jewelry!

  4. Dawn K. November 27, 2016 at 3:26 pm #

    Through many prayers and God’s beautiful plan, this will be the first Christmas that my Autistic son will be speaking! He is able to recite the Lord’s Prayer and Hail Mary and truly listens to us when we tell him the story of our Savior and the meaning of Christmas. We are so blessed. It’s been a long journey and a tough road and it’s still not over but we are so grateful for the prayers and novenas said for my child through the years so that he may find a way to express himself. This year I am giving My Saint My Hero jewelry to people who prayed for us and who are an integral part of his therapy. To hear my child call me mommy is the best gift I’ve ever received.

  5. Expat Princess November 4, 2016 at 1:33 pm #

    Today I went to my “present box” to find a treat to send to my daughter, a college freshman. I was supposed to be on a plane to visit my mother in the hospital but all flights were canceled. I have purchased numerous bracelets over the past few years. Some I give away immediately and some I save for later, for reasons I don’t really know until the recipient makes themselves known. I have not visited your website in the past but logged on to look for one for my mother. In the box, I found a red “Breathe,” perfect for my daughter. But what really made me gasp was the blessing bracelet for the United States which benefits Operation Homefront. My husband currently runs a (struggling) company started by veterans; his company and Operation Homefront have essentially the same logo. Today was a very important day for the company and many prayers have been said for success with integrity. My husband’s admin’s husband is currently serving with the US military at an undisclosed location in the Middle East. Cristina will be the recipient of this bracelet and I will be ordering my mother, a patriot, another one as well as a Miraculous Medal one for healing. With an election and Veterans’ Day coming up, I can think of no better gift. Thank you for sending forth the light. “The prayer of the righteous is powerful and effective.” James 5:16

  6. Kim October 27, 2016 at 3:54 pm #

    I am 60. I discovered a lump in my groin and went in to have it checked out. My doctor immediately sent me to the hospital for an ultrasound. On my way home from the ultrasound the radiologist called me in my car and apologized but said that the results showed a very aggressive form of cancer and that I needed to get to an oncologist as soon as possible – that it looked very bad. In obvious panic mode, I contacted an oncology surgeon and was seen quickly. They performed a battery of additional tests including a CAT scan and blood work. The oncologist concurred that I had a very aggressive form of cancer and that it required surgery immediately. He said it could double in size every five days. He cautioned that it looked very bad for me. This was on a Friday and my surgery was scheduled for the following Monday. My daughter is an NCAA athlete and had a game that weekend at Arizona State. I went to see her play but did not give her any indication that anything was wrong. On Sunday night I arrived to a packed Sky Harbor airport. While seated at the terminal gate waiting for my flight home, a seat next to me opened up. A priest, about 40 years old, sat down in the seat. Keep in mind a fully packed terminal – next to me was the only available seat. I said “hello”. He light-heartedly joked, “Hi – I suppose you don’t feel very lucky that a Catholic priest is sitting next to you before boarding an airplane flight. People really tend to freak out when I sit next to them on the plane!” I told him that I was glad he sat down because I had just received some very bad medical reports and was scheduled for surgery the next day. In a very calming voice, he took my hand and said that God had a plan for me and that everything would turn out OK. He told me not to have fear – that he would be praying for me. I asked him what archdiocese he was affiliated with and he said he was involved in a ministry ‘a lot broader’ than an archdiocese. He described it as kind of a broadcast ministry. He then got up and said he had to go to his flight. I am generally known as a really tough person but there was a soothing, peaceful, calming feeling while he was there.

    After about twenty minutes he returned. I thought his flight should have left by then. He said that before he boarded his flight that he wanted to give me something to remind me not to be afraid and that God was going to make everything OK. He gave me a My Saint My Hero St. Benedict bracelet which I promptly put on and insisted that it remain on during my surgery the next day. Three days after the surgery, I was at home recovering. My oncology surgeon called and said he had some news. They had removed the mass and the biopsy showed that there was no cancer at all. He said that in 25 years of practice he and the two radiologists had never been so certain of an aggressive cancer to not have it be. I tried to find the priest to tell him by contacting the archdiocese in Phoenix but no one recognized him from my description. I honestly believe that I have been the recipient of a miracle. I fully believe that the priest was sent to deliver a blessing to me. My miracle MHMS Blessing Bracelet is with me always. I thank God every day!

  7. Chanel October 17, 2016 at 5:26 am #

    I wear the stellar light of dawn bracelet. ❤️

  8. My Saint My Hero September 26, 2016 at 10:58 am #

    Dearest Miracle of Light:
    Your message catches us in awe once again… we are surprised by His grace, His love and His renewal!
    Your story is one of love, strength and miraculous moments and it touched us to the core!
    Thank you for sharing your story of inspiration… this is how we remember that God is Real, Prayer Works and Love Heals!
    Thank you for accepting your miracle as a gift from God and thank you for telling your story!
    Please let us know what bracelet you wear… we would love to send you a few more so you can share and Give the Gift of a Blessing to friends along the way!
    May God Bless you and your beautiful family always!!

    Sent with a prayer of love and gratitude,
    Amy & Christine

  9. Chanel September 24, 2016 at 2:56 pm #

    On May 20, 2016 my husband and I welcomed our first child into the world. I’m 36 years old an the pregnancy was considered to be high risk, but the delivery was normal and he is a healthy boy.
    My life was about to change… 11 days after I delivered Braxton I woke up with chest pains and a numb feeling in my arm. Braxton had an appointment to see his pediatrician that morning, so I continued getting him ready. I mentioned to my husband the discomfort and we both agreed it was heartburn/gas. On the drive to the appointment my symptoms worsened. Needless to say, my husband drove me straight to the nearest hospital (about 30 miles away). I walked into the ER and they took me to a room immediately. My husband and son beside me I was quickly hooked up to an EKG machine. I was in the room for less than 5 minutes when I coded. They did CPR, I was dead for 3 minutes before they shocked me and brought me back. After I regained consciousness I was airlifted to Virginia Beach,Va (Sentara hospital). On the flight I started to aspirate. My lungs filled with fluid and it was a struggle to breathe. Once I landed I was immediately taken for a surgical procedure (cauterization) to look for blockages. During the procedure I coded again and had to be shocked in order for my heart to beat again. They performed an emergency quadruple bypass. I had blockages all in the upper 90 percentile. After surgery the doctors approached my family to inform them that I could possibly have neurological damage and to be prepared for me to stay in cardiac ICU for at least a month. My husband stayed beside me the whole time. I was on a ventilator for 3 days. When I woke I had very little memory of the whole ordeal and I had full control of my body. I was able to talk and walk as if nothing happened. I was in cardiac ICU for only 6 days.

    My heart attack was called “the widow maker”. I shouldn’t have survived; in fact 90% of people do not survive this type, nor do they come out of it with the ease that I did. The doctors keep telling me I am a miracle. All I can do is thank our all mighty God…..

    When I look down at my bracelet, which was a birthday gift from my best friend. I am reminded that there’s is a new beginning with the dawn of each day.

  10. Melissa September 6, 2016 at 8:55 pm #

    I have purchased both Breathe and Blessing bracelets for myself and have given them to my mom and a very dear friend. There is a sense of feeling protected and they are a constant reminder to me that when life happens and something is going wrong, God is in control and I need to turn whatever it is over to Him. My family and I were coming back home from vacation and lucky me managed to get a double ear infection and had a 6 hour flight home. The pain in my ears was so bad I began to cry. My mom grabbed my hand and told me to pray while touching the beads on my bracelet. I know it helped me get thru that painful flight and I’ve never been w/o my bracelets since that day!

  11. Jen July 30, 2016 at 5:49 pm #

    I received my Blessing bracelet as a confirmation gift from one of my dear friends. I wear it all the time and you will not catch me without it. I remember the day I got it. This Blessing bracelet reminds me that I am loved and I am always taken care of by God. I’ve had some close calls with cars before I got the Blessing bracelet and now I haven’t had one since getting it. I don’t know if it’s because of the St. Benedict medal or what but you’ll never catch me without it. Love these and I will be getting some for my friends!

  12. Samantha Bouvier July 29, 2016 at 7:57 pm #

    I went to the Steuvenville West conference at U of A from July 15-17. Someone gave a little talk about “My Saint My Hero” and how they had some for sale in the gift shop. I was so excited when I heard that because I’ve always wanted one ever since I found their Instagram account. I was fortunate enough to acquire one of these beautiful bracelets. I have the Benedictine Blessing one and I wear it everywhere I go. Whenever I wear it, I feel joy and love.

  13. Becky July 28, 2016 at 5:08 pm #

    I love the idea of wearing a few everyday. I too gave one of mine to a very special friend. She was visiting from across the country and having some scary medical issues. As we parted, I gave her the bracelet off my wrist as a reminder that I was praying for her and sending my love with her. What we didn’t realize was that my scent would be on the bracelet as she went into the next week of doctors’ appointments and tests. What a blessing to both of us. For me to share my love and for her to be reminded of how much I was praying for her through such a difficult time.

    I have given bracelets to so many friends and family members through the years. Thank you for always reminding us of our purpose in life! Thank you My Saint My Hero! You are a blessing in my life-

  14. My Saint My Hero July 16, 2016 at 1:43 pm #

    Mimi, Thank you for sharing this and we are grateful along with you for God’s mercy and love!

  15. Mimi July 15, 2016 at 9:06 pm #

    I am so very grateful for God’s mercy. My son was suffering from headaches and after a CAT scan determined he had bleeding in the brain, surgery was performed and they found he had an aneurism, which was clamped and he is fine and function normally. I have worn the blessing bracelets since I received them from a friend and have passed them along to granddaughters, friends, etc.
    I thank God for his great love

  16. My Saint My Hero July 15, 2016 at 1:17 pm #

    Mary, We are very sorry to hear of your loss. Thank you for your comment and we are thankful that our bracelet can offer a tangible reminder that God is always with you.

  17. Tami Thomas July 15, 2016 at 12:32 pm #

    Recently I was in downtown Los Angeles with my co-workers, and a sweet young girl came by and took our picture for us in front of the train station. We started talking and I realized she needed a blessing in her life at that moment, so I gave her my Benedictine Blessing bracelet, right off my wrist. She was so happy and it made me so happy to be able to share a blessing and a prayer with her! I try to wear 2 or 3 blessing bracelets every day, because you never know when you might run into someone who needs a special blessing that day!

  18. Christine Rich July 15, 2016 at 11:30 am #

    Wow Lynne, thank you for sharing your story. That is the power of prayer! Christine Rich/My Saint My Hero Co-Owner

  19. Lynne Hall July 15, 2016 at 10:39 am #

    I bought my bracelet as a gift in Big Sky Country of Montana when my husband and I were working on our rental property in West Yellowstone. After reading the story, I decided that I would wear the bracelet to remind myself of daily spirit and to get another for a gift. On our way back to our hotel on the two-lane mountain highway, my husband had a medical emergency and passed out while driving. We crossed the highway without being hit by an oncoming vehicle and ended up on the only area where there was no deep gorge, river or other obstacle that would have injured us or others gravely. Since that day, I wear one of many of my now purchased bracelets, necklaces and I have given them to family, friends along with my story. I feel truly blessed by the sentiment and the prayers that accompany this jewelry.

  20. Mary July 15, 2016 at 9:06 am #

    I received mine after the death of my wonderful husband. It gives me strength, faith and love. I have given to all my family and know we are comforted and surrounded with Gods Love. We are never alone…

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