St Michael the Archangel Medal

R 10,00

St Michael the Archangel Medal

Guardian of the Catholic church

Medals may differ

2.5cm long x 1.5cm wide



A 13th-century Byzantine icon from Saint Catherine's Monastery
Venerated in Christianity, Islam, Judaism
Canonized Pre-congregational saint
Feast November 8 (New Calendar Eastern Orthodox Churches) / November 21 (Old Calendar Eastern Orthodox Churches), September 29 ("Michaelmas"); May 8 (Tridentine Calendar) / 12th of each month in Coptic calendar (Coptic Churches) ; many other local and historical feasts
Attributes Archangel; Treading on a dragon; carrying a banner, scales, and sword
Patronage Guardian of the Catholic Church;[1] Guardian of Vatican City;[2] protector of the Jewish people,[3] Germany, France, Ukraine, Brussels, Kiev, Arkhangelsk, Argao, Cebu, Philippines, police officers,[4][5] military, grocers, mariners, paratroopers, sickness[6]