Saint Charbel Makhlouf - Icon - 5x7 in
French: Saint Charbel
Spanish: San Charbel
Italian: Sant Charbel
Saint Charbel also known as Mar Charbel or St Sharbel, Mar Sharbel and Saint Charbel Makhluf.
St Charbel was born on May 8, 1828, Died on December 24, 1898, his original name is Youssef Antoun Makhlouf from Bekaa Kafra in northern of the Mediterranean country of Lebanon. He was a Maronite Catholic monk and priest. In 1925, Pope Pius XI proposed Saint Charbel beatification and canonization In 1954, Pope Pius XII signed a decree accepting a proposal for the beatification of Charbel Makhlouf, the hermit. Now Saint Charbel is venerated as a saint.
- Size: Small: 5"x 7"x 0.75"
Description: Premium Print Canvas, museum quality print stretched and mounted gallery wrap.
Occasions: Any Christian event, ceremony, gift, baptism, newborn, first communion, wedding or celebration.