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1-1/16" Sterling Silver St. Sebastian Martial Arts Medal made in the USA. The Oval Medal is adorned with St. Sebastian the Patron Saint of Athletes. The reverse side of the Medal Portrays a Male Martial Artist.
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.
What's included? A 24" Rhodium Plated Curb Chain is Included with a Deluxe Velour Gift Box.
Weight: 3.6 grams.
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This Sterling Silver St. Sebastian Martial Arts Athlete Medal is made in the USA.
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By Peter GordayDiscover the wisdom of this controversial theologian whose counsel and meditations have found a wide audience for more than three centuries.
Fran?ois F_nelon was a seventeenth-century French archbishop who rose to a position of influence in the court of Louis XIV. Amid the splendor and decadence of Versailles, F_nelon became a wise mentor to many members of the king's court as well as to the controversial Madame Guyon. Later exiled from Versailles for political reasons, F_nelon set out to improve the lot of peasants of his diocese and to deepen the spiritual life of all with whom he came in contact.Until his death, he corresponded with those at court who had become his spiritual "children." Twenty-first century Christians are rediscovering the wisdom of this spiritual thinker. Together with Pascal—who was an old man in Fenelon's youth—he showed how it was possible to have devotion and faith in the Age of Enlightenment. He battled heresies, faced charges of heresy himself, and wrote masterful books of insight into the spiritual life. "Peter Gorday's life of Fenelon is a gem. I recommend it to anyone with an interest in Fenelon or Christian mysticism in general." _Dr. Chad Helms, Professor of Modern Foreign Languages, Presbyterian College, and editor of Fenelon:Selected Writings (Classics of Western Spirituality) "Gorday traces the complex situation in Fenelon's time and the varying perspectives of his interpreters. He declares him not cunning but tough as a thinker. In this book, we get not only a fascinating story but also a subtle guide to self-examination."
-Dr. Eugene TeSelle, Emeritus, Vanderbilt Divinity School
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