Saint Benedict medal and cross was designed in 1880 in Montecassino to commemorate the 1400th anniversary of his birth. The St. Benedict Jubilee Medal is sometimes called the "Devil-chasing Medal".
Item No.: MV-80-188
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- St. Benedict Silver Coin in 8" Blue Painted Wood Crucifix.
- Silver Ox Crucifix and INRI.
- It comes w/ a box.
- Made in the USA.
Story & Symbolism: St. Benedict had a deep faith in the Cross and worked miracles with the sign of the cross. This faith in, and special devotion to, the Cross was passed on to succeeding generations of Benedictines. Devotion to the Cross of Christ also gave rise to the striking of medals that bore the image of St. Benedict holding a cross aloft in his right hand and his Rule for Monasteries on the other hand. Thus, the Cross has always been closely associated with the Medal of St. Benedict, which is often referred to as the Medal-Cross of St. Benedict.
St. Benedict Medal. The benefits of the Saint Benedict medal are mainly related to physical and spiritual well being, household, and death. St. Benedict medal also fosters a happy death, which is especially welcomed by those who suffered from a prolonged illness.
St. Benedict Cross. St. Benedict cross is as notorious as the medal, which is featured right at the center of it. Its design is spectacular, and it reinforces the importance of the crucifix as Benedict’s instrument of miracle-making.
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