Saint Rita Necklace, Patron Saint of Hopeless Causes
Dainty necklace featuring Saint Rita, the patron saint of difficult situations and even seemingly hopeless cases. This pretty Christian necklace is made with tiny deep pink glass flowers, sparkling crystal beads and lampwork glass "roses" beads, as St Rita was known for her love of roses.
The center connector shows St Rita on the front and a bouquet of roses on the back. A simple silver plated cross hangs below, and the necklace finishes with silver-plated chain around to the spring-ring clasp at the back.
Known as the "Saint of the Impossible", Rita (1380-1456) overcame many difficulties throughout her life. After impossible requests were miraculously granted, she became the patron of all whose own requests seem impossible as well. She is also the patron saint of sickness & wounds, marital problems, and mothers.
Available in 3 necklace lengths, 16, 18 and 20 inches (40,45 & 50cm) from end-to-end when laid out flat. The front medal and cross drops 1.75 inches from the necklace loop. Select the length you want from the option box before checkout.
This sweet necklace combines faith and fashion and comes in attractive packaging to treat you, or so it is ready for you to treat someone else.