The Medal represents on a side the Saints and on the other side the writing Vatican.
They are called “medical saints” because of the tradition which tells they are two twin of Arabic origin, who can make prodigious “recoveries” and “miracles” for free. They died beheaded as martyrs and they are invoked as powerful persons.
Recurrence: 27 September
Patronage: Physicians, Surgeons, Chemists, Hairdressers
Emblems: Palm, surgical Tools
The Medal represents on a side the Saint and on the other side the writing Vatican.
Charles Borromeo devoted his pastoral action to the care of the souls and the reform of the customs. He is considered the Patron of the seminarists, of the spiritual managers and of the spiritual heads, protecting of the orchards of apples; he is invoked against the ulcers, the intestinal disorders, the illnesses of the stomach; it is patron of the Lombardy, of the Canton Ticino, of Monterey in California, of it Salted, of Portomaggiore (Ferrara, Italy), of Fortress of Pope (Rome), Nice Monferrato (Piedmont) and patron of Francavilla Fontana in Puglia, Italy.
Recurrence: 4 November
Patronage: Catechists, Bishops
Etymology: Strongly, virile, or free man, from the archaic German
Emblems: Pastoral baton
Emblems: Pastoral baton
The Medal represents the Russian Saint with a cross.
Recurrence: 15 April
Etymology: Anastasio = risen, from the Greek
The Medal in silver or in gilded silver represents the Saint with a little sheep and the writing SANCTA AGNES. The tradition tells that Sant’Agnese, virgin and martyr, was accused of stregonery and wnt to fire, but the flames divided under her body and her hair grew so much to cover her nudity.
Recurrence: 21 January
Etymology: Agnese = pure, caste, from the Greek
Emblems: Lamb, Lily, Palm
• Material: Gold 18 KT
• Diameter: 19 mm
• Feast: Oct. 4
• Patronage: Italy, animals, birds, traders, Cubs , ecologists
• Etymology: Frank = free from old German
• Attributes: Wolf, Birds
19 mmGold 18 KTMedal.
• Material: Silver 925
• Diameter: 18 mm
• Feast: July 26
• Patronage: Mothers, pregnant women
• Etymology: Anna = grace, charity, from Hebrew
• Attributess: Book
18 mmSilver 925Medal.
The medal represents the Miraculous Madonna, the appellative with the Catholics revere Maria beacause of an event in Taggia in the 1855: the eyes of a Virgo statue would have stirred in prodigious way; the phenomenon would subsequently be repeated.
The Madonna of Mejugorje, said also Regina of the Peace or Gospa (“The Lady” or “Madonna”), is as the believers revered Maria, mother of Jesus, subsequently to some presumed apparitions, initiated to Medjugorje and testified by six clairvoyants.
This medal represents Our Lady that holds her Child. The Madonna’s theme with the Child is among the most ancient of the Christian art and it was codified in the Medioevo in Byzantine area: the Madonna represents the Church and Jesus, its founder, dressed as a small ancient philosopher.
This medal represents the work of Phillip Lippi “Madonna with her Child and angels”, said “Lippina”, a work in temper on table (92×63 ,5 cms), datable to 1465 and preserved in the Uffizi in Florence.
This medal represents the painting in oil on table “The Virgo of the Divine Love” (140×109 cms) of Rafael Sanzio and his helps, datable among 1516 and 1518 and preserved in the national Museum of Capodimonte in Naples.