St. Timothy 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. Timothy, a companion of St. Paul, was born of a Greek father and converted Jewish mother. He first joined Paul in Lystra and became his close friend a confidant. He made several missionary trips throughout Greece and the surrounding region and went to Rome to be a helpmate to Paul during his imprisonment there. Because of his digestive problems, Paul recommended that Timothy have a little wine rather than water. For this reason, the Church has named him a patron of those who have stomach disorders.