St. Catherine of Siena - Roller Banner RB762
Artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey
Catherine of Siena, Doctor of the Church, Patron of
Europe, Dominican Tertiary.
Feast Day: 29th April.
Born in Siena in 1347 she died at thirty three years of age in Rome. She
was intelligent, cheerful and single-minded. Through her deep meditation and
prayer she experienced mystical revelations of heaven, hell and purgatory.
After these she felt called by God to participate actively in public life. She
persuaded Pope Gregory XI to return to Rome and worked to reform and unite the
Catholic Church at a time of schism. She also continued to serve the destitute
and sick. Her written works and letters, which include The Dialogue on
Divine Providence, are considered classics of both the Italian language and
Christian Spirituality. She was named a Doctor of the Church for her teachings
in 1970 and Patron of Europe in 1999.
Roller/Pull-up Floor Standing Banner: These banner features
a stylish wave design and supports a two-part, telescopic pole that allows the
banner to achieve a commanding height of up to 2m.and printed on a 300gsm grey
block polymer The banner itself feeds from just above floor level,
concealing the base unit and allowing your design to take centre stage. The
compact base allows the Roller Banner to function in environments where space
is limited. The unit weighs 5.6kg and comes with a padded carry bag.
*180 day warranty from date of delivery with any mechanical or print fault.
Dimensions: 2000mm x 850mm
*On orders of 3 of more roller banners, from our extensive range, a 10%
discount will be applied at time of invoice.
Delivery: Please allow 10-14 days from date of order.
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