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Saint Michael Maltese Cross Necklace

Original price $23.70 - Original price $23.70
Original price
$23.70
$23.70 - $23.70
Current price $23.70

Description:   

With this Saint Michael Maltese Cross Necklace, you'll find the right balance of history and contemporary. The Saint Michael Maltese Cross Necklace is meticulously crafted with a black and white-patterned woven chain that adds a touch of modern flair to the classic design. The 28" long rope offers a varied length that may be adjusted to your liking.

The Saint Michael Maltese cross pendant, which measures 1-3/4" in height, is the focal point of this necklace. The Maltese cross, known for its peculiar design and rich history, represents bravery, protection, and faith. Saint Michael, the archangel famed for his function as a defender, is represented elaborately within the cross, symbolizing the heavenly strength and direction he offers.

Item No.: BK-12839

Features:

  • Saint Michael Maltese Cross Necklace
  • Patron Saint of Police Officers, Paratroopers, Grocers, Mariners, and Military Personnel
  • Material: Cord, Silver Plate
  • Size: 28" L Cord, 1-3/4" H Pendant
  • 6 Pieces Per Package
  • A traditional religious Catholic item that is a perfect gift for all occasions. 

Story & Symbolism

Nowadays, St. Michael, the Archangel is regarded as the patron saint of warriors and travelers. In particular, he was summoned by a fatal adversary and numerous events for our defense. In the year 590, St. Michael seemed to signal the end of the plague. In the spring of 1994, our Holy Priest, Pope John Paul II, urged the faithful to give their prayers to St Michael the Archangel. He also made a strong proposal that the recitation of prayer should be re-established at Mass.