Summer 2021 Women’s Line
“& if not, He is still Good” – Daniel 3:18 // Sometimes these words can be so deeply hard. Through struggle and prayers that feel unanswered, He is still good. When the miracles we pray for don’t happen, He is still good. When relationships end before we’re ready, He is still good. When someone else gets the promotion, or the friendship, or experience we’ve been longing for, He is still good. Through all the aches and pains, we know that it is true in the bone of our bones – God is good all the time. Jesus, open our eyes so that we may always see Your goodness.
This design comes screen printed on a crisp white tee. It is available in the same unisex cut that you know and love. The flower on this design are a symbol of hope that we can find through knowing God.
Spirit lead me is one of my favorite prayers. I don’t know all the answers. I don’t know the best approach. I don’t know how to best love people in each unique moment. But Christ moves through the Spirit and the Spirit can move through me when I ask for it. There is a sort of freedom that comes when we can just hand that need to have it all figure out over to Spirit and let His promptings be our guide. I may not have it all figured out, but that is okay because the Spirit is alive in me. My hope is that when you wear this shirt you can welcome the Holy Spirit into your life in new and beautiful ways.
This design comes screen printed on a heather clay tee. It is available in the same unisex cut that you know and love. The desert imagery is a reminder that the Holy Spirit is with us as we venture out into the wilderness.
// Memento Mori, is Latin for ‘remember your death’. We will one day die, no matter how rich or important you are, this is inevitable. No earthly glory can save you from your own mortality. As Catholics, this is a reminder to live our lives in such a way that when we do die, we can be united with our Savior and He can say to us, “Well done my good and faithful servant.”. When we are aware of Memento Mori, and apply it to our lives, we can see how truly precious life is AND how truly precious eternity is.
This design comes screen printed on a black crew neck tee. It is available in the same unisex cut that you know and love. The rose is a symbol of life after death.
Jezu Ufam Tobie – meaning Jesus, I trust in you, in Polish. On February 22, 1931, a Sunday night in Plock, Jesus appeared To Saint Faustina. He was wearing a white garment with red and pale rays emanating from his heart. He told her “Paint an image according to the pattern you see, with the signature: Jezu, Ufam Tobie. I desire that this image be venerated, first in your chapel, and then throughout the world. I promise that the soul that will venerate this image will not perish.” –What a powerful gift Jesus gave us in that moment through Faustina. May we all learn to be open to the missions and callings Christ gives us, just as Faustina did. May we all learn to trust radically like Faustina did. Saint Faustina, pray for us
This design comes screen printed on a heather grey V-neck tee. It is available in the same unisex cut that you know and love. This shirt is the perfect reminder for your day whether you are at home or on the move.
Fiat – one simple word that changed the world. I like to think that Jesus had bold and courageous faith, not only because He was the Child of God, but because He watched and learned and inherited some of it from his bold and courageous Mother. Thanks for your fiat, Mama. Thank you for teaching me how to be bold and courageous too. Your strength is incomparable, and your light is inextinguishable. May we all have the courage to say, as you did so boldly, “Let it be done unto me according to thy word.”
This retro and colorful design comes screen printed on a crisp white V-neck. It is available in the same unisex cut that you know and love. This shirt is a perfect and simple way to bring our Lady into your daily life.
“Take away from Me the noise of your songs; I will not even listen to the sound of your harps. But let justice roll on like a river, And righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.” – Amos 5:24 // What Amos teaches us is that our God is a God who craves authenticity. He wants a people that will not only hear the Gospel at Mass but will then go out and LIVE the Gospel through pursuits of love and justice. You cannot decouple a love of God from justice. If we go to Mass, and then fail to seek justice for all, we are missing the mark. If we seek justice, but remove Christ from that holy work, we are missing the mark.
This design comes screen printed on a heather brown crew neck tee. It is available in the unisex cut that you know and love. It is perfect for the justice-minded woman in your life.
He took the girl by the hand and said to her, “Talitha koum,” which means, “Little girl, I say to you, arise!” // Now, more than ever, I am inspired and encouraged by the words Talitha koum. We were created to rise. And whenever the task of arising feels daunting, I am comforted by the first part of this first verse, “Jesus took the girl by the hand.” The hand of Jesus is always there and when we rise up, we never have to do it alone. Not only do we have the hand of Jesus, we have the hands of the communion of saints and of each woman who has arisen before us and is rallying for us.
This design comes screen printed on a navy v-neck tee. It is available in the same unisex cut that you know and love. This shirt is perfect for the woman who countinues to rise up.
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.
This design comes printed on a red V-neck tee. It is available in our unisex cut. This shirt is perfect for any Catholic who has a devotion to these incredible holy men and women.
“Seeing the sun, the moon and the stars, I said to myself, “Who could be the Master of these beautiful things?” I felt a great desire to see Him, to know Him and to pay Him homage.” – Saint Josephine Bakhita. What Saint Josephine reminds me of with her beautiful words, is how generous our Lord is when it comes to the good and the beautiful. Not only did St Josephine see the beauty, she pursued it. Saint Josephine, pray for us, that we may pursue our God through the beauty in our unique lives, just as you did. Pray that we might become sensitive to the beauty the Lord surrounds us with
This design comes screen printed on a mustard yellow tee. It is available in the same unisex cut that you know and love. This is the perfect tee for anyone who has a devotion to St. Josephine!
There is no place like Rome! I was fortunate enough to be able to visit Rome when I was in college and I will never forget the moment that I stepped in front of the Vatican and I felt an overwhelming sensation of feeling at home. I had never been there before, I didn’t speak the language of most those around me, and yet I knew that I could remove the load that I had been carrying and that I could have a place to rest my soul. I hope to always remember that way that I felt in Rome so that I can strive to create a feeling of home for all those that I encounter through the Church. I hope that when you wear this shirt you know that no matter where you go, you take the church with you and that you can help others feel at home.
This design comes screen printed on a heather grass green V-neck shirt. It comes in the same unisex cut that you know and love. This shirt is perfect for anyone who loves the Vatican.
Finding God in all things is one of the most compelling and beautiful challenges put forth in Ignatian spirituality. Finding God in all things is invitation to constantly encounter God, to discern His holy desire for our life, and to be a consistent witness of the Gospel’s call – all for the greater glory of God. Above this design is the word “Magis” which is the Latin word that means “more”. This is a simple expression that we are to always seek that which gives God more glory. At the bottom of the design is the number 1540, which was the year that the Society of the Jesuits were formed by Saint Ignatius. My hope is that when you wear this shirt, that you are able to see God in way that you never have before.
This design comes screen printed on a moss green v-neck tee. It comes in the same unisex cut that you know and love. This shirt is perfect for anyone who practices Ignation spirituality.
Whatever God Wants – Saint Gianna // These words are so succinct, yet so impactful to proclaim and believe. Saying these words requires the trust act of relinquishing control, which can be so hard. However, when I acknowledge that there is nothing our Lord desires more than to love me and call me closer to Him, it becomes easier. Whatever God wants, because whatever God wants is better than anything I could ever plan myself.
This design comes screen printed on a cranberry crew neck sweatshirt tee. It is available in the same unisex cut that you know and love. This tee is perfect for anyone who loves Saint Gianna.
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