Our Lady of Fatima Vintage Canvas Tote

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  • Fatima tote for your daily essentials
  • Share the message of Our Lady
  • Vintage style image of Mary on canvas bag
  • A great look and style for friends & family
  • Exclusive to The Catholic Company

Load up for the day and be reminded of Our Lady of Fatima's message of prayer and penance with this artful Marian canvas tote. The best bag for all your daily essentials. Share one with a friend, family members, and those in your faith formation group and let the Blessed Mother instill in you a prayerful heart.

  • 100% heavy 12 oz. canvas
  • 23" web canvas handles; 10" drop
  • 20" (W) x 15" (H) x 5" (D) squared off bottom
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  • 5 May 2nd 2018
    Great quality, nice size

    I ordered this for my sister's birthday in the U.S. It was easy to input my Canadian payment information and have it shipped to California. My sister said the quality of the bag material and the printed image was really great and she liked that it was nice and big. The monogram on the back was correctly printed as well. I'm glad I opted for that feature. Thanks, Catholic Company! I think I have found my go-to website for my U.S. family's gifts.


  • 5 Aug 16th 2017
    Canvas Tote

    Large book bag. Beautiful picture of Our Lady of Fatima. Good quality, well worth the price. Will certainly purchase more totes for Christmas presents. Always pleased with items purchased from The Catholic Company.

    E. F. Novella

  • 5 Jul 21st 2017

    I'm a reader and it seems each year I read about a particular Catholic subject and have prayer pamphlets. This year it's Fatima! I'VE been reading some wonderful books and it's nice to have a place to store a subject in. I'VE always loved this picture of OUR LADY OF FATIMA and easy to keep track of my books. Sturdy, well made and beautiful. I'VE noticed that reading Catholic books has given me mch more strength and trust in God during these very difficult and sad years we are going through.

    Patricia Greenbaum