St. Gemma Galgani, italian mystic who was also known as the "Flower of Lucca". Pictured here with an interpretation of the Passionist logo and red stitches representing the stigmata she is said to have recieved. She is the patron saint of pharmacists, those dealing with the death of their parents, and those suffering from tuberculosis. Her feast day is celebrated on April 11th.
St. Gemma is sewn up in linen blends, with 100% wool felt used for her face, hair and Passionist logo. Halo is hand embroidered with high quality DMC cotton thread.