Veni Vidi Vici Hoodie

(1 customer review)


Peter’s Mark Store

“I came. I saw. I conquered.”  Those words are attributed to Julius Caesar, but they fit so much better coming from Jesus Christ.  He came in the flesh.  He witnessed sin and death.  And he dealt it the ultimate blow on Calvary.  It's the Gospel in 3 words.

Retro water-based ink produces a soft, not plastic, print that looks and feels great on this super-soft hoodie.  Made from a soft, premium, lightweight fleece that has a slim fit. Completed with a jersey hood liner and flat drawcord.

Each sale benefits St. Paul Street Evangelization, a grassroots ministry that is fulfilling the commission to preach the Gospel to every nation.

Also available as a t-shirt.


The Gospel in 3 Words. Veni. Vidi. Vici.  I came. I saw. I conquered.  The infamous words of Julius Caesar take on a new and glorious meaning here. :)

55/45 Cotton-Polyester.  Great Charcoal color. This hooded sweatshirt is made from extremely soft, premium, lightweight fleece and has a slim fit. Completed with a jersey hood liner and flat drawcord.

Also available as a t-shirt.


1 review for Veni Vidi Vici Hoodie

  1. Rich

    I love this hoodie! It’s so comfortable and light. It will definitely be my every day go-to. I’m very proud to sport the design and logo as well.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Product Enquiry

Shipping costs

Within United States (US) Free
Outside United States (US) $7.95

Shipping Details

Shipping from United States (US)
Shop | Peter’s Square

Customer Ratings

Instructions ::

Product:Felt Bible Activity Pattern / Quiet Time Book: Miracles of Jesus

September 30, 2018 Patsyg18

I'm sad I thought I was buying the felt book. I read through the beginning part of it but not the last paragraph that said it was instructions. Its pdf of how to make the book. That's not what I wanted. Please add "instructions in the title or at least at the beginning of the description.

Return to store

Filter by price

var swpFloatBeforeContent = false;var swpClickTracking = false; swpPinIt={"enabled":false};