St. Gregory the Great 8x10 Plaque

 Saint Gregory the Great 
540-604
Feast Day: September 3rd
Patronage: teachers, students, musicians, singers and England

This composite wood icon has painted beveled edges and predrilled hole in back for wall mount. It has a laminated finish that is durable, water resistant, UV protected and safe for children. Made in the USA, this 8 x 10" plaque comes in a clear vinyl box making it a perfect gift for any occasion, Baptism, First Holy Communion, Confirmation and more. 

We are discontinuing this size.
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St. Gregory the Great was Pope from 590 to 604 and is known for his contributions to the Liturgy of the Mass. He built 6 monasteries in Sicily and founded a seventh in his home in Rome. He is one of the four great Doctors of the Latin Church and the first monk to become Pope. Despite his bodily ails and the frightful times he lived in, it has been said that no teacher of equal eminence has arose in the Church.