Asian Saints Litany Tee

$26.99

Our Asian Saints Litany Tee comes screen printed on a heather red v-neck tee. Loving your neighbor is essential to living our Christian lives the way God intended us to live them. To open our hearts and our doors and our tables to all He puts on our path, that is what He wants us to do.

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Product Details – Our Asian Saints Litany Tee comes screen printed on a heather red v-neck tee.

Our Asian & Pacific Islander Litany Tee// Ven. Satoko Kitahara (Japan) was a young laywoman who converted to Catholicism, then moved into a slum to accompany the people who lived there in the economic devastation following World War II. Servant of God Francis Xavier Nguyễn Văn Thuận (Vietnam) was an archbishop who spent 13 years in a communist prison camp, 9 of which he spent in confinement. In prison, he evangelized his guards, celebrated Mass, & smuggled messages of hope to his people. Bl. Rani Maria Vattalil (India) was a Syro-Malabar Sister who worked with the poorest of the poor, helping them to fight for just wages, to resist predatory lenders, to send their children to school, & to develop more efficient farming techniques. Enraged by her work to lift up the poor, the rich men who preyed on them sent an assassin to stab her to death. St. Lorenzo Ruiz (Philippines) was a husband and father of 3. He was accused of murdering a Spaniard & fled to China. He ended up in Okinawa instead, where he was arrested for his faith. Though tempted to deny Jesus, he persevered & was martyred. Bl. Peter To Rot (Papua New Guinea) was a husband, father, & catechist who led the Catholic community when foreign missionaries were interned during WWII. He was ultimately arrested for opposing polygamy & was martyred. Bl. Cecilia Butsi Wongwai (Thailand) was a teenage girl who shouted at police who were threatening Christians. Later she skipped through town, calling out to friends that she was on her way to heaven, & was martyred the following day. Bl. Joseph Thąo Tiěn (Laos) was the first Laotian martyr, a young priest who refused to abandon his people when foreign missionaries fled. He was placed in a Communist prison camp, where he lived for 18 months before being martyred. St. Mark Ji Tianxiang (China) was an opium addict, denied the Sacraments for 30 years because of a priest who didn’t understand the nature of addiction. He never did manage to get clean, but he never stopped seeking Jesus and ultimately died a martyr.

Sizing – The unisex cut v-neck tee is sized in chest to fit (inches). Our feedback is that these tees run true to size.

XS – 16
S – 18
M – 20
L – 22
XL – 24
2xl – 26

Fabrication – The heather red v-neck t-shirt has a 52% combed ringspun cotton, 48% polyester blend and is known for being incredibly soft.

Shipping – All in stock shirts ship within 2 business days.

Returns & Exchanges – We accept both returns and exchanges as long as they are received by our warehouse within 30 days of the customer receiving the product. Please contact us for more information.

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Additional information

Weight 4 oz
Colors

Heather Red

Sizes

2XL, L, M, S, XL, XS