St. Benedict Medallion (Necklace & Bracelet)
St. Benedict Medallion (Necklace & Bracelet)
St. Benedict Medallion (Necklace & Bracelet)
St. Benedict Medallion (Necklace & Bracelet)
St. Benedict Medallion (Necklace & Bracelet)

St. Benedict Medallion (Necklace & Bracelet)

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Necklace Features Saint St Benedict of Nursia - patron of monks, kidney disease, dying people, against evil.

The St. Benedict medal is rich in meaning. The front contains an image of St. Benedict holding a cross and his famous monastic rule. On his left and right are words meaning, “The cross of our holy father, St. Benedict.” The outer edge contains the words in Latin, “May we at our death be fortified by his presence.”

The back of the medal is even more interesting. It contains a series of initials that stand for a Latin exorcism prayer, as well as a prayer for guidance.



Built of Quality Stainless Steel, Solid and Durable. Excellent Electroplated Workmanship, Lasting Color Retention

  • Classy and Strong design 
  • Made of Grade A stainless steel material (GOLD PLATED)
  • High resistance to rust and corrosion
  • Everlasting color retention (HINDI MAG FADE AND MANGIGITIM)
  • Does not cause allergies of any kind (HYPOALLERGENIC KAHIT ACIDIC KA)
  • Free of nickel and lead
  • Necklace chain is 20 " long (STANDARD NECKLACE LENGTH)
  • The size of the pendant is as big as a 1 peso coin (new) 
  • With 3 months warranty 

IDEAL GIFT CHOICE: Comes in a velvet jewelry gift box. No wrapping needed. What kind of gift perfect for the coming holiday season to the one you care? This Necklace will be a good gift. Recommendation for girlfriend, boyfriend, fiance, husband and father. Or Just Keep as Daily Jewelry.


St. Benedict medals are used in many ways, but always as a protection against evil. Some people bury them in the foundations of new buildings to keep them free from evil influences, while others attach them to rosaries or hang them on the wall in their homes. But the most common way to use the St. Benedict medal is to wear it. The medal can be worn by itself or embedded in a crucifix, like the one pictured.

Regardless of how it is used, the medal should always be blessed using the prayer  While, in former times, only Benedictines could bless the medal, now any priest can.


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