The Medal of Saint Benedict, standing commanding behind the corpus on this crucifix is the central point of the powerful intercessor in your hands. A Tenner that commands strength as a mans hand made for battle, in deep Sapphire and Gold plate. An Exorcism medal of St Benedict on the Pater Noster and the center. Supernatural protection on the go, daily devotions or a desk prayer reminder.
Supernatural protection for your home, teen or auto. This beautiful prayer reminder chaplet has ten beads with the medal of St Benedict. The St Benedict medal is worn for protection from poisoning and evil spirits – St Benedict is also the patron of a happy death. This St Benedict beads are the same one as seen in the recent movie called ‘Deliver Us From Evil’, the tale of a NYPD police officer and his exposure to demonic activity as an officer of the law…
18kt gold plate Oxidized and andonized over copper non tarnish each piece is hand wrapped for strength! You will not loose beads with this piece of heirloom quality, it is wonderfully and and sturdily made. I also make full rosaries with these medals as well. Measures 12″ total length.
This Chaplet is a ten prayer chaplet with:
Cross: St Benedict Flare Crucifix and corpus
Pater Noster: St Benedict medal
Ave: Faceted Deep Royal Sapphire Jade
Center: St Benedict medal
All rosaries are made with the same Hand made old European workmanship & quality care:
– * – Why would you consider getting a wire wrapped rosary over a conventional linked one – * –
– All my rosaries are hand wire wrapped minimum two wraps to a loop ensuring strength
– conventional rosaries don’t’ last more than a few months of use due to wear and pulling on the chains
– chain linking falls apart with little to no stress – these rosaries will take a lot of pulling tugging and stress
– all my rosaries are made with 20 gauge wire, strength and quality last lifetimes – this will be an heirloom to pass on to your family.
– quality counts, time to create these pieces is anywhere from 3 -7 hours depending on the detail and the amount of medals going into the rosary.
– I do guarantee my workmanship, at anytime in the lifetime use of this rosary, you pay postage to and from and I repair this for free for you!
– If you need this blessed we can do this for you after the sale, just request it in the note section after payment!
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Here’s a brief description Of the information contained on the St Benedict medal:
In St. Benedict’s left hand (facing your hand) is his Rule for Monasteries that could well be summed up in the words of the Prolog exhorting us to “walk in God’s ways, with the Gospel as our guide.”
On a pedestal to the right of St. Benedict is the poisoned cup, shattered when he made the sign of the cross over it. On a pedestal to the left is a raven about to carry away a loaf of poisoned bread that a jealous enemy had sent to St. Benedict.
C. S. P. B.
Above the cup and the raven are the Latin words: Crux s. patris Benedicti (The Cross of our holy father Benedict). On the margin of the medal, encircling the figure of Benedict, are the Latin words: Eius in obitu nostro praesentia muniamur! (May we be strengthened by his presence in the hour of our death!).
The top part facing up – – – – –
On the back of the medal, the cross is dominant. On the arms of the cross are the initial letters of a rhythmic Latin prayer: Crux sacra sit mihi lux! Nunquam draco sit mihi dux! (May the holy cross be my light! May the dragon never be my guide!).
In the angles of the cross, the letters C S P B stand for Crux Sancti Patris Benedicti (The cross of our holy father Benedict).
Above the cross is the word pax (peace), that has been a Benedictine motto for centuries. Around the margin of the back of the medal, the letters V R S N S M V – S M Q L I V B are the initial letters, as mentioned above, of a Latin prayer of exorcism against Satan: Vade retro Satana! Nunquam suade mihi vana! Sunt mala quae libas. Ipse venena bibas! (Begone Satan! Never tempt me with your vanities! What you offer me is evil. Drink the poison yourself!)
The purpose of using the medal in any of the above ways is to call down God’s blessing and protection upon us, wherever we are, and upon our homes and possessions, especially through the intercession of St. Benedict. By the conscious and devout use of the medal, it becomes, as it were, a constant silent prayer and reminder to us of our dignity as followers of Christ.
The medal is a prayer of exorcism against Satan, a prayer for strength in time of temptation, a prayer for peace among ourselves and among the nations of the world, a prayer that the Cross of Christ be our light and guide, a prayer of firm rejection of all that is evil, a prayer of petition that we may with Christian courage “walk in God’s ways, with the Gospel as our guide,” as St. Benedict urges us.