North American Martyrs Plaque & Holy Card Gift Set


North American Martyrs
mid-17th century 
Feast Day: October 19 (New),  September 26 (Canada, Trad.)

 Plaque & Holy Card Gift Set

Our composite wood icons have beveled edges and pre-drilled holes in the back for a wall mount. (Easel available.) They have a highly durable finish that is water-resistant, UV protected and safe for children. Choose from a 5.25" x 7.25" x .375" icon or large 7.25" x 10" x .375" icon.
 Made in the USA, both sizes come packaged with a matching 3.5" x 5.5"LAMINATED PRAYER CARD making it a perfect gift for any occasion, Baptism, First Holy Communion, Confirmation and more. 
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The eight North American martyrs, also known as the Canadian Martyrs, the Jesuit Martyrs of North America or the Martyrs of France, included six priests and two lay brothers. They traveled from Renaissance France to the wild North American frontier as missionaries to win souls for Christ.  All were martyred by the North American Indians. They are the first Catholic martyred saints of North America and were canonized on June 29, 1930.

Pictured, left to right, top to bottom: St. Antoine Daniel, St. Charles Garner, St. Gabriel Lalemant, St. Jean de Brébeuf, St. Noël Chabanel, St. Jean de Lalande, St. Isaac Jogues, St. Rene Goupil.