A delightful illustration of Saint Isidora on a maple wooden block, based on traditional Eastern Christian iconography. She was a "holy fool" and wears rags and is barefooted because of this. She holds a cross, a symbol of self-sacrifice for God.
On the back, there is a simple, child-friendly prayer based on an Orthodox hymn to the saint.
In Honor of Astrid Isidora
Given by Mom and Dad
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