CORAGGIO Star of the Sea T-Shirt

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$20.00 - $23.00
(1 review)
8.00 (in)
11.00 (in)
1.00 (in)
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This t-shirt belongs to our Coraggio collection, and features our Star of the Sea design. It comes as a pre-shrunk, 100% cotton shirt.

[Coraggio Design - Star of the Sea]

“Star of the Sea” is an ancient title for Mary. It’s a  fitting one, as she serves as a light guiding us to Christ, through spiritual–or even physical–storms. St. Bernard of Clairvaux once wrote: "… If you are tossed upon the waves of pride, of ambition, of envy, of rivalry, look to the star, call on Mary. Should anger, or avarice, or fleshly desire violently assail the frail vessel of your soul, look to the star, call upon Mary."  Sailors call upon her to intercede for them when the waters are rough, asking her to guide them to safety. This design exemplifies that, encouraging the wearer or the viewer to not shy away from asking our Blessed Mother’s help.


Once, as Pope St. John Paul II battled illness, a Capuchin friar stood below his window with a fist in the sky and shouted, "Coraggio! (Courage!)" Inspired by this story, we at Catholic to the Max wanted to create a product line devoted to inspiring others to have courage and spark real life conversations about Christ. With this in mind, we've created a new set of designs that are Catholic, engaging, but also a little unclear. By stirring curiosity in others, our hope is when someone asks you about your shirt, journal, bracelet, etc, you have the opportunity and courage to proclaim the message of Jesus. You can learn more about the Coraggio brand by visiting our new website:


This item is sourced blank from a variety of locations and then printed in our Steubenville workshop.


  • 5
    The t-shirt is perfect. I can wear it to Church is the name of my parish?

    Posted by Agnes on 22nd May 2024

    Thank you