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The feast in honor of Jesus’ heart was first celebrated on August 31, 1670, due to the work of Saint John Eudes. The devotion spread rapidly due to the visions of Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque. In an apparition on June 16, 1675, Jesus specifically asked for a feast of the Sacred Heart on the Friday after the octave of Corpus Christi—the celebration of the Body and Blood of Jesus. This requested feast was to be in reparation for the lack of gratitude people showed for the loving sacrifice that Jesus had made for them; the sacrifice made present in the Sacrament of the body and blood of Jesus, the Eucharist.


Handcrafted from the softest plush, this Sacred Heart of Jesus plush is sure to become your little one's favorite companion!

Gorgeous embroidery details on Jesus' chest and face make these pieces even more of a treasure. The Sacred Heart of Jesus is dressed in classic red and white with the Sacred Heart embroidered on his chest. Our custom-printed fabrics ensure our dolls are truly unique and special.

This Sacred Heart of Jesus plush comes tagged with a feast day and information, ready for gifting (if you can manage to let him go!)     

Plush material is surface washable, safe, and non-toxic. 

Each doll is made lovingly by hand.

Due to the handmade nature of the doll, some slight variations may occur.

Plushes are roughly 10-12" tall.


Sacred Heart of Jesus Plush Doll

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