St. Josephine Bakhita Socks

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St. Bakhita recalls in her autobiography a happy childhood until she was kidnaped and sold into slavery where she was given her name, meaning “lucky”, by her captors. The green cross and red “M'' come from the crest of the Canossian Daughters of Charity in Italy, where she was staying when she gained freedom. She eventually became Christian and joined the order herself.  Bakhita’s deep devotion to Our Lady is realized through her last words. She had tears streaming down her face and said, “Our Lady ... Our Lady!”  Bakhita’s story is inspiring to say the least. Wear these socks to be reminded of her deep faith and trust in God, and her great love for Mary!


Adult One Size - Fits most

Men's size 5-11 and Women's size 7-12