St. Peregrine statue which stands approximately 8.5 inches high. St. Peregrine was healed of a cancerous ulcer on his leg which was considered beyond saving. The fame of this event in 1325 spread rapidly round the western Church. Christians, and especially the sick, began to invoke his name and seek his intercession for the relief of their suffering and even for a cure from sickness. The canonization of St. Peregrine in 1726 increased people's devotion to him which spread to the universal Church.(TS464)
This statue is crafted of resin and sits upon a wood base. Makes a perfect gift to those who are suffering from cancer.