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The National Shrine Shops Winter 2024 Collection

This month, we are pleased to introduce The National Shrine Shops Winter 2024 Collection! As we approach the Lenten season, we invite you to explore the latest items from The National Shrine Shops. Browse unique sacred jewelry, devotional books, home décor, and more in this curated selection!

The Road to Calvary

Inspired by the writing of saints who went before him, St. Alphonsus Liguori shares his own insights into the events of the passion, death, and resurrection in this devotional book for Lent and Easter. The Road to Calvary features daily readings for the season of Lent and concludes with three meditations on paradise – the goal of our earthly life.

La Pieta Statue

At 6 inches tall, this statue is a stunning replica of Michelangelo’s La Pieta sculpture, which was originally created in the late 15th century to be displayed at the Old St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. This replica is made of cold cast resin painted pewter with golden accents.

Wounds of Christ Rosary

This distinctive rosary is comprised of 10mm wooden beads threaded onto a brown cord. An antique gold medal rests above the crucifix, which depicts a carving of Christ with visible wounds, reminding the faithful that our salvation was won through His blood.

Holy Shroud Fragrance

Blended from pure Galilean olive oil and oil from the 2000-year-old trees in the Garden of Gethsemane, this devotional fragrance is infused with some of the ancient burial fragrances mentioned in the Gospel accounts of the resurrection. Symbolizing the scents that would have been present on the linen burial cloth of Jesus, the divine aroma of this devotional oil will remind you of the hope and promise of eternal life offered through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, Savior of the World. The fragrance comes in a 0.5 oz bottle.

The Last Supper Plaque

Resembling the famous mural painted by Leonardo Da Vinci in the 15th century, this Last Supper wall plaque makes a wonderful addition to anyone’s home décor. With it subtle colors and exquisite details, this plaque measures 18 in. long and 7.5 in. high and is made from a mixture of stone and resin.

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Women Who Followed Jesus

Written by prolific authoress Dandi Daley Mackall, this 40-day Lenten devotional honors women who were integral to declaring Christ as Messiah. The story of Jesus unfolds through the voices of Mary the mother of Jesus, Mary Magdalene, Joanna, Susanna, Salome, Mary and Martha of Bethany, the Samaritan woman at the well, and others. These thought-provoking Bible-based devotions draw readers closer to the risen Savior while reminding them that God has a purpose for each of their lives. Each reading begins with a passage of Scripture and includes poignant questions that invite meditation and personal reflection.

Sacred Heart of Jesus Charm Necklace

Created with real mother of pearl, this charming gold-tone necklace features a delicate charm etched with the Sacred Heart of Jesus and framed with CZ crystals. Whether you purchase it for yourself or a loved one, it’s certain to become a treasured keepsake.

Our Lady of Fatima Wood Rosary

Made with colored wood, this unique rosary is perfect for the pink-lover in your life. Above the crucifix, it features a wooden medal with a depiction of Our Lady of Fatima painted on the front; carved on the back is a rose with the phrase “Pray for us.”

Pewter Crucifix Necklace

With a 24 in. long chain, this pewter crucifix contains a relic that touched the tomb of Jesus and serves as a poignant reminder of His love and sacrifice for us. At the top of the cross are the letters “INRI,” which represent the Latin phrase “Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum,” meaning “Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews.” This is the phrase that Pontius Pilate had written and placed on the cross when he ordered Jesus to be crucified, as described in John 19:19.

The Last Supper Puzzle

Featuring a timeless rendition of the Last Supper by Spanish Renaissance artist Juan de Juanes, this 1,000-piece puzzle provides a peaceful Easter activity.


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