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Antique St. Benedict Crucifix
SKU: C-108
2.5" Crucifix, 20" chain. Made in Brazil.
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Plaster St. Benedict Statue
SKU: Y-9BE

8" tall St. Benedict Statue made of plaster.

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Silver or Gold St. Benedict Jubilee Medal
SKU: Y-175S

St. Benedict Jubilee Medal available in gold or silver finish with color enamel. 1.75" diameter.

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The St. Benedict medal can be worn on a chain around the neck, attached to one's rosary, kept in one's pocket or purse, or placed in one's car or home, it is often put into the foundations of houses and buildings, on the walls of barns and sheds, or in one's place of business.

On a pedestal to the right of St. Benedict is the poisoned cup, shattered when he made the sign of the cross over it. To the left is a raven about to carry away a loaf of poisoned bread that a jealous enemy had sent.

The St. Benedict medal is a very powerful medal formally approved by Pope Benedict XIV in 1741, and the Jubilee medal was struck in 1880, in remembrance of St. Benedict’s birth. It is effective in many ways: to impart protection to persons tempted, deluded, or tormented by evil spirits; to obtain the conversion of sinners into the Catholic Church, especially when they are in danger of death; to serve as an armor against temptation; to destroy the effects of poison; to afford protection against storms and lightning; to serve as an efficacious remedy for bodily afflictions and a means of protection against contagious diseases.

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St. Benedict Brown Rosary
SKU: 2-1708
20" Brown Wood Bead Rosary with St. Benedict Medal centerpiece and St. Benedict Crucifix with enamel inlay.
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St. Benedict Jubilee Medal
SKU: SCAP-BEN

Aluminum St. Benedict medal about the size of a dime.

This medal originally came from a cross in honor of St Benedict. On one side, the medal has an image of St Benedict, holding the Holy Rule in his left hand and a cross in his right. There is a raven on one side of him, with a cup on the other side of him. Around the medal's outer margin are the words "Eius in obitu nostro praesentia muniamur" ("May we, at our death, be fortified by His presence"). The other side of the medal has a cross with the initials CSSML on the vertical bar which signify "Crux Sacra Sit Mihi Lux" ("May the Holy Cross be my light") and on the horizontal bar are the initials NDSMD which stand for "Non Draco Sit Mihi Dux" ("Let not the dragon be my overlord"). The initials CSPB stand for "Crux Sancti Patris Benedicti" ("The Cross of the Holy Father Benedict") and are located on the interior angles of the cross. The Christogram "IHS" may be found at the top of the cross in most cases. Around the medal's margin on this side are the Vade Retro Satana initials VRSNSMV which stand for "Vade Retro Satana, Nonquam Suade Mihi Vana" ("Begone Satan, do not suggest to me thy vanities") then a space followed by the initials SMQLIVB which signify "Sunt Mala Quae Libas, Ipse Venena Bibas" ("Evil are the things thou profferest, drink thou thy own poison").

This medal was first approved by Pope Benedict XIV in his briefs of December 23, 1741, and March 12, 1742.

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St. Benedict Pewter Medal
SKU: B-8066

High Quality Pewter. On 24" Stainless Steel Chain, and Gift Boxed.

This medal originally came from a cross in honor of St Benedict. On one side, the medal has an image of St Benedict, holding the Holy Rule in his left hand and a cross in his right. There is a raven on one side of him, with a cup on the other side of him. Around the medal's outer margin are the words "Eius in obitu nostro praesentia muniamur" ("May we, at our death, be fortified by His presence"). The other side of the medal has a cross with the initials CSSML on the vertical bar which signify "Crux Sacra Sit Mihi Lux" ("May the Holy Cross be my light") and on the horizontal bar are the initials NDSMD which stand for "Non Draco Sit Mihi Dux" ("Let not the dragon be my overlord"). The initials CSPB stand for "Crux Sancti Patris Benedicti" ("The Cross of the Holy Father Benedict") and are located on the interior angles of the cross. Either the inscription "PAX" (Peace) or the Christogram "IHS" may be found at the top of the cross in most cases. Around the medal's margin on this side are the Vade Retro Satana initials VRSNSMV which stand for "Vade Retro Satana, Nonquam Suade Mihi Vana" ("Begone Satan, do not suggest to me thy vanities") then a space followed by the initials SMQLIVB which signify "Sunt Mala Quae Libas, Ipse Venena Bibas" ("Evil are the things thou profferest, drink thou thy own poison").

This medal was first approved by Pope Benedict XIV in his briefs of December 23, 1741, and March 12, 1742.

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