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I carved the original in clay and cast the piece in lead free pewter. Each piece comes in a pouch with a history stating the following:

A legend says that a statue of a saint, no name on it, arrived at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in New Orleans, just the word expédit (expedite) on the crate. A saint was born. In this small plaque, as in traditional iconography, Expeditus is shown as a Roman soldier. Because he is expeditious, he holds a banner with the word “hodie” (Latin for “today”), while he steps upon the word “cras” (Latin for “tomorrow” and one of the roots of procrastination). Next to the saint is a tiny image of the façade of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. Expeditus became a patron of businesspeople because he works expeditiously. For the same reason, he is prayed to in order to overcome procrastination. The piece was handmade in the workshop of In the Company of Saints in Natchez, MS.

Dimensions: 1.25 inches (including bail)

Handmade St. Expeditus Medal, Patron of Businesspeople & Preventer of Procrastination

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