St. Louis Marie de Montfort Patron Saint Medal
This handsome, heavy medal measures 1" as shown. An endless (over the head) stainless steel curb chain is standard with the 1" medal. A smaller size, 3/4" medal (preferred by most ladies) is also available with a finer, 18" stainless curb chain. The same medal is available in both sizes in a heavy 14 karat gold filled with or without a goldtone chain, or in solid 14 karat gold, without chain. If the chains provided do not suit, order the medal without chain and check out our Neck Chains for other options, styles, and sizes.
The manufacturer guarantees these medals and, should a defect ever develop, they will replace them upon receipt of the damaged item. Contact this website for full details and instructions.
Flip-top gift box is included.
St. Louis Marie de Montfort (1673-1716) was a French Roman Catholic priest and Confessor. He was made a missionary apostolic by Pope Clement XI, and travelled the countryside on foot preaching missions in towns and villages. Aside from preaching missions, St. Louis wrote several books which have become Catholic classics, including True Devotion to Mary. He worked mainly in the Vendée region of France. His influence spread deeply in the territory. When the bloody Masonic inspired French Revolution broke out near the end of the 18th century, it was the Catholics of the Vendée who resisted most mightily.