St. Josephine Bakhita (February 8th)
Patron of: human-trafficking victims, and Sudan
The St. Josephine of Bakhita plush doll has arrived and is ready to inspire your little ones with her strength, courage and deep faith!
St. Josephine Bakhita was a 19th-20th century former slave and Canossian Sister that was kidnapped from the Sudan as a child, fought for her freedom, and found her permanent home as a religious in Italy.
Handcrafted from the softest plush we could find, this St. Josephine Bakhita plush is sure to become your little one's favorite companion!
Gorgeous embroidery details on her medal and face make this piece even more of a treasure. Dressed in vibrant red and contrasting black, this doll is truly beautiful.
St. Josephine Bakhita comes tagged with feast day and patronage information, ready for gifting (if you can manage to let her go!)
Plush material is surface washable.
Each doll made lovingly by hand;
some slight variation in height or fullness may occur due to the handmade nature of each doll, making each uniquely special! Heights vary by style from 9-12 inches.
safe + non-toxic: US + Canadian safety standard certified