The angel charms represent angel statues found in the historic cemeteries in New Orleans. The angels are praying with hands to the side, holding a wreath, praying, writing in a book, holding flowers and pointing to heaven.
Faithfully depicts the life of our Savior in six charms: birth, baptism, miracles, Last Supper, Crucifixion and Resurrection. Each cross has the name of the event inscribed on the back, and the corresponding chapter from the book of Luke in the Bible.
The cross charms represent the steeple crosses from six historic New Orleans churches: Notre Dame Seminary, St. John Bosco Chapel, St. Theresa of Avila Church, Mater Dolorosa Church, Old Mortuary Chapel and St. Joseph Church.
Inscribed with their symbolic meaning, each flower and cross naturally come together to represent a prayer. The Louisiana iris for wisdom, the rose for love, the tulip for hope, the calla lily for happiness and the daffodil for courage.