Life of a Saint Shrines
ST. PADRE PIO
DESIGNED BY STEPHEN CASCIO

St. Pio of Pietrelcina

(1887-1968)  Age 81
Canonized: June 16, 2002 by Pope John Paul II
Mystic and received Stigmata’s at the age of 32
Patron Saint for Suffering and Healing, Civil Defense, Volunteers and Adolescents
Feast Day: September 23

Life of a Saint Shrines

Commissioned for Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Kenosha, WI
Adorned with devotional beauty, each shrine is distinctively hand-crafted and storied around the life of the Saint. An eloquent meditation station for any church.

Life Story Features of St. Pio

Elements incorporated into the shrine

PURGATORY

LOWER IMAGE BEHIND STATUE: St. Pio had an enormous compassion for the poor souls in Purgatory.  “The souls in Purgatory pray for us, and their prayers are even more effective than ours, because they are accompanied by their suffering. So, let’s pray for them, and let’s pray them to pray for us.” —St. Padre Pio

BLESSED MOTHER

TOP IMAGE BEHIND HEAD OF STATUE: St. Pio possessed a great love of the Virgin Mary, and the Rosary—and remained close to her during his many times of trial. He attributed everything to the Blessed Mother and believed her powerful intercession could heal both soul and body.

GUARDIAN ANGELS

St. Pio often worked through people’s guardian angels to help them. He communicated with angels frequently. “How close to us stands one of the celestial spirits, who from the cradle to the grave never leaves us for an instant. He guides us, he protects us like a friend, like a brother. This should be a source of constant consolation for us, especially during the saddest times of our lives.” —St. Padre Pio

Quaint Prayer Setting

Complete your shrine with relics, vigil candles, flowers and a prayer kneeler

Romanesque Influence

  • St. Pio Shrine Dimensions

    34"W x 56"H x 12"D — 86,36 cm W x 142,24 cm H x 30,48 cm

  • Materials

    Main Structure Solid Oak | Embrodered Tapestry | Canvas Purgatory | Faux Marble Columns

  • Statue

    23" H (58,42 cm) Hand-carved painted wood imported from Italy. Sold Separately.

Life of a Saint Shrines

A Beautiful Devotional Feature for Any Church

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STEPHEN S. CASCIO

GREATER CHICAGO AREA

Liturgical Design & Sacred Art

Fruitful Alliance Between Gospel & Art

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