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Irish Pearl Bracelet with Celtic Cross and Heart Miraculous Medal

by McVan
Original price $44.00 - Original price $44.00
Original price
$44.00
$44.00 - $44.00
Current price $44.00

Description: 

This Irish Pearl Bracelet with Celtic Cross and Heart Miraculous Medal is crafted with superb attention to detail is genuinely a must-have item. This exceptional item made with charming pearls with a heart-shaped miraculous medal and Celtic Cross at the center will surely catch everyone's heart. Get this bracelet for that additional protection and blessings.

Item No.: MV-B50LWM

Features:

  • Irish Pearl Bracelet with Celtic Cross and Heart Miraculous Medal
  • Sterling Silver Heart-Shaped Miraculous Medal, and Celtic Cross.
  • Dimension: 6.5"
  • It comes in a deluxe gift box.
  • 1 Piece Per Package
  • Made in the USA. 

Saint Story:

Saint Patrick was also known as the patron saint of Ireland and one of the most triumphant Christian missionaries. He was a Roman citizen of Britain who was apprehended by pirates at sixteen and sold into servitude in Ireland. One of the famous legends about St. Patrick is that he miraculously chased away all the snakes in Ireland and banished them all to the sea. He was also known for using the three leaflets of the shamrock to illustrate the Holy Trinity concept. He was also reported to have raised as many as 33 people from the dead.

Often known as the Medal of the Immaculate Conception, this medal originated in St. Catherine Labouré's vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1830. Wearing a medal of faith and dedication reminds us of the love and protection that Our Lady gives to all the children of Heaven.