Tag: Christianity

Where Is Pope Bobblehead?

If you need another indication that the world has gone mad, here is an opportunity to purchase a bobblehead of Pope Francis from The Catholic Company, and to track your adventures on social media using the hashtag #WhereIsPopeBobblehead.

Who said religion can’t be fun? Apparently, not crazy bobblehead makers, or The Catholic Company.

Exclusive Pope Francis Bobblehead Figure

Exclusive Pope Francis Bobblehead Figure

Item #: 2017478
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Product Description

  • Pope Francis look-a-like
  • Fun & entertaining
  • Workspace conversation starter
  • Thousands already sold

Details

We Love Pope Francis!

Always nodding and bobbling, this Pope Francis bobblehead is an exclusive design available only at The Catholic Company. Liven up your workspace with this Papa Francisco bobble and share your faith with friends, family and co-workers. Let him ride with style on your dashboard or bobble near your prayer nook- the possibilities are endless. Either way, he is sure to be a big hit. Also, it is a great reminder to continue to pray for the Holy Father!

Share your own adventures with this Pope bobblehead and follow this Rome-ing pope on social media!

#WhereIsPopeBobblehead

Dimensions & Specifications

  • 5.25” (H)
  • Polyresin
  • Material: Resin
  • Color: White
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Holy ….Water!

The other day while ice skating (for the first time in 30 years), I fell on my right side and sprained my hand and wrist. The top of my right hand was grayish-blue and swollen. My wrist was slightly swollen and painful.

Today, after Mass, I went to the holy water dish in our church and liberally doused the top of my hand with holy water. In front of my eyes, the color returned to normal and the swelling went away. I could see the bones in my hand again.

I was marveling at the miraculous recovery of my hand in the car, on the way home. I showed my husband and he said that my hand looked normal again but my wrist was still swollen. I agreed and said that it still ached, too. Then I remembered that I hadn’t applied the holy water to my wrist at all. I’m going back to church to finish the job.

Have faith and look for little miracles in your life. They’re God’s way of showing you that He’s with you, even if He didn’t grant your wish to win the lottery. After all, God’s not a genie.