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This large medal with a thick silver plating commemorates the Jubilee Year 1975. It is a relatively rare coin and is signed by Manfredi. It measures 1.25" in diameter and has no loop or bail.

One the front, it shows two people clasping hands under the watchful eye and within the compassionate arms of Christ. Surrounding them are the Latin words "UT UNUM SINT"-- "That They Might Be One", which were the words the Second Vatican Council used to call for Christian Unity.

On the reverse is an image of the Vatican, including Saint Peter's Basilica, with the words "Anno Iubilaei MCMLXXV"-- In the Year of Jubilee 1975.

The 1975 Jubilee took place durng Pope Paul VI's reign. Paul VI felt very strongly about the need for the Catholic Church to take great strides in relating to all other religions, and he himself made many historic trips to visit the heads of other churches and religions, establishing more consistent dialogue with them.

The Jubilee year is celebrated by Roman Catholics every 25 years. It is a year of forgivenesss and the release from punishments and debts.

I've seen this medal go for $55 and $60 and beyond. This price is a steal!!

CONTAINS 15.5 GRAMS OF SILVER

35 MM IN DIAMETER

Reserved for Yannis- Christian Unity Medal -- That They Might Be One-- 1975 Silver Commemorative Coin Jubilee Year, Ecumenism

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