Sock Religious Kids St. Josephine Bakhita

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Born in Sudan, Josephine Bakhita endured a harrowing past when she was kidnapped and sold into slavery at a tender age. The trauma of this ordeal led her to forget her birth name, and she was given the name "Bakhita," meaning "lucky," by her captors. Throughout her enslaved years, she displayed remarkable resilience despite enduring severe abuse and hardships until her eventual liberation. Embracing her newfound freedom, Josephine joined the Canossian Sisters and devoted her life to selfless service. Often hailed as an African flower, our design celebrates her legacy by incorporating Sudan's national flower, the hibiscus, and the vibrant colors of the Sudanese flag. Moreover, our design features birds in flight, symbolizing her emancipation and the soaring spirit of freedom she exemplified.

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