1 3/8 x 3/4-inch Gold-Filled (14K) Crucifix Medal, expertly crafted in the USA for a lifetime of use.
3/4 x 1/2-inch Sterling Silver St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Medal.
This Chaplet of St Gerard can only be purchased in these bulk lots of 3 units at a discounted wholesale price, which is now available to the public. These discounted bulk packs offer the perfect solution if you want to give these Catholic goods away as gifts or to use as free envangelizing tools. Imported from Italy.
Lady of Grace Hand-Painted Cold-Cast Bronze 8-inch is made to last for generations.
St.Patrick lightly hand-painted cold cast bronze 8-inch is made to last for generations.
St. Joseph/Child lightly hand-painted cold cast bronze 8-inch is made to last for generations.
15/16" Sterling Silver Our Lady of Perpetual Help Medal Made in the USA. The Round shaped Letter Bordered Medal is adorned with Our Lady of Perpetual Help.
The design of this medal was hand-sculpted by master artisans in the early 1900's. The medal is made by Die Striking high-grade Sterling Silver stock. This method enables the finest details of the precious metal to fully show, and the medal is made even more beautiful when the signature Antique Finish is applied by hand to the medal. In the final step, the medal is highlighted with hand engraving, to display the beautiful natural sheen of pure Sterling Silver.
The back of the medal says “Our Lady of Perpetual Help Pray for Us”. A 18" Rhodium Plated Curb Chain is Included with a Deluxe Velour Gift Box.
Weight: 3.7 grams.
When does it ship? This item ships the next business day.
This Sterling Silver Our Lady of Perpetual Help Medal is made in the USA.
3 7/8" X 4 3/4" Good Shepherd Gold Stamped Print under Glass in a Gold Leaf Frame.
(Gift Boxed). This 3 3/4"X4 1/2" Gold Frame Good Shepherd 2.5X3.5"Print features the CatholicShop.com money-back guarantee.
A short, authoritative, enthralling history of the Roman Mass from the Last Supper to the "Tridentine Mass" as said today. Covers Low Mass, Sacramentaries, other Western Rites, etc. Highlights the reforms of Popes St. Gregory the Great (590-604) and St. Pius V (1566-1572). Says neither "reform" produced a "new" liturgy.
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