Wooden Black St Benedict Rosary

SKU: ros211

Wooden Black St Benedict Rosary

50cm long

6mm wooden black beads

Chain rosary

St benedict centre Piece with Enamel inlay 3.5cm St Benedict Crucifix

Can be worn as a necklace.


Saint Benedict of Nursia
Benedict of Nursia.jpg
Saint Benedict depicted in an Eastern Orthodox icon
Patron of Europe (Patronus Europae)
Born c. AD 2 March 480
NorciaUmbriaKingdom of Odoacer
Died c. AD 21 March 547 (aged 66–67)[1][2]
Monte CassinoKingdom of the Ostrogoths
Venerated in All Christian denominationswhich venerate saints
Canonized 1220, RomePapal States by Pope Honorius III
Major shrine Monte Cassino Abbey, with his burial

Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire, near Orléans, France

Sacro Speco, at Subiaco, Italy
Feast 11 July (General Roman Calendar), (Anglican Communion)
14 March (Eastern Orthodox Church)
21 March (pre-1970 General Roman Calendar)
Attributes -Bell
-Broken tray
-Broken cup and serpent representing poison
-Broken utensil
-Man in a Benedictine cowl holding Benedict's rule or a rod of discipline
Patronage -Against poison
-Against witchcraft
-Agricultural workers
-Civil engineers
-Dying people
-Gall stones
-Heerdt (Germany)
-Heraldry and Officers of arms
-the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest
-Inflammatory diseases
-Italian architects
-Kidney disease
-Nettle rash
-Norcia (Italy)
-People in religious orders
-Schoolchildren and students
-Servants who have broken their master's belongings