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Saint Josephine Bakhita Necklace
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Keep your favorite image, design, or words of inspiration close your heart with this beautiful round metal necklace featuring a polished gold finish. Complete with a 18" gold finish chain (2" extender) and lobster claw clasp, this necklace features a UV resistant and waterproof coating to protect your imagery for years to come. The necklace arrives in a special black felt bag that is perfect for gifting.

  • Metal, gold finish.
  • Made in the USA.
  • UV Resistant and waterproof.
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  • Charm diameter: .75".
  • Chain length: 18" with 2" extender.
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Saint Josephine Bakhita Necklace
Josephine Margaret Bakhita, F.D.C.C., was a Sudanese-born former slave who became a Canossian Religious Sister in Italy, living and working there for 45 years. In 2000 she was declared a saint by the Roman Catholic Church. She was born about in 1869 in the western Sudanese region of Darfur; in the village of Olgossa, west of Nyala and close to Mount Agilerei.[1] She belonged to the prestigious Daju people;[2][3] her well respected and reasonably prosperous father was brother of the village chief. She was surrounded by a loving family of three brothers and three sisters; as she says in her autobiography: "I lived a very happy and carefree life, without knowing what suffering".[4] Sometime between the age of seven to nine, probably in February 1877, she was kidnapped by Arab slave traders, who already had kidnapped her elder sister two years earlier. She was cruelly forced to walk barefoot about 960 kilometers (600 mi) to El Obeid and was already sold and bought twice before she arrived there. Over the course of twelve years (1877–1889) she was resold again three more times and then given away. It is said that the trauma of her abduction caused her to forget her own name; she took one given to her by the slavers, bakhita, Arabic for lucky.[5][6] She was also forcibly converted to Islam.[7] Read more https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josephine_Bakhita
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Product ID: 177028575621730440
Created on: 10/7/2013 12:09 AM
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