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This stunningly beautiful Scapular Catholic Medal was found in a European lot of old French medals, purchased at a church auction! Uniquely stamped with very detailed bas relief of Our Savior & Our Lady of Mt. Carmel that has mellowed and softened through the many years. This is a VERY RARE American example...not easy to find!

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel

Hermits lived on Mount Carmel near the Fountain of Elijah (northern Israel) in the 12th century. They had a chapel dedicated to Our Lady. By the 13th century they became known as “Brothers of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.” They soon celebrated a special Mass and Office in honor of Mary. In 1726 it became a celebration of the universal Church under the title of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. For centuries the Carmelites have seen themselves as specially related to Mary. Their great saints and theologians have promoted devotion to her and often championed the mystery of her Immaculate Conception.

St. Teresa of Avila (October 15) called Carmel “the Order of the Virgin.” St. John of the Cross (December 14) credited Mary with saving him from drowning as a child, leading him to Carmel and helping him escape from prison. St. Theresa of the Child Jesus (October 1) believed that Mary cured her from illness. On her First Communion, she dedicated her life to Mary. During the last days of her life she frequently spoke of Mary.

There is a tradition (which may not be historical) that Mary appeared to St. Simon Stock, a leader of the Carmelites, and gave him a scapular, telling him to promote devotion to it. The scapular is a modified version of Mary’s own garment. It symbolizes her special protection and calls the wearers to consecrate themselves to her in a special way. The scapular reminds us of the gospel call to prayer and penance—a call that Mary models in a splendid way.

Sacred Heart Of Jesus ~ "Behold the very heart burning with such love for men".

I happened upon this piece on a trip to Italy back in 1999!

Size: 1" long including bail x 5/8" wide
Richert Gordon Salondaka

HUGE SALE Outstanding Circa 1910 American Catholic Brass Medal Scapular Sacred Heart Of Jesus And Our Lady of Mt. Carmel VERY Rare Object

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  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: oxidized metal, oxidized brass metal
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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