Miraculous Medal in Pale Bleu - French Monastic Design
FRENCH MONASTIC MIRACULOUS MEDAL
Modern yet timeless interpretion of the Miraculous Medal in keeping with its 1830 vision.
The Miraculous Medal was introduced to the world by St. Catherine Labouré, a novice with the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent De Paul in France. In 1830 she received a vision from Mary in which Our Lady appeared inside an oval frame which bore the inscription “O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.”
- The large letter "M" — Mary as Mother, Mediatrix.
- Cross and bar — Jesus' Cross of Redemption.
- 12 stars — 12 Apostles, who formed the first Church.
- Left Heart — The Sacred Heart, who died for our sins.
- Right Heart — The Immaculate Heart, who intercedes for us.
- Flames — The burning love Jesus and Mary have for us.
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Hand-poured enamel in pale pearl bleu vitreous enamel. Gold plated throughout. 1 inch high, .6 inches across. Bale is hidden on verso side. Design was perfected by a monastery near Lourdes, France. Choose from traditional rope chain or more modern paperclip chain, as shown.
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