Choose Your Saint Medals


Patron Saint: Armed Forces and First Responders Feast Day: September 29

Saint Michael the Archangel,
defend us in battle.
Be our protection
against the wickedness
and snares of the devil.
May God rebuke him, we humbly pray;
and do thou, O Prince of the Heavenly Host,
by the divine power of God cast into hell
Satan and all evil spirits
who prowl about the world
seeking the ruin of souls.


Patron Saint: Healing and Marriages Feast Day: September 29

Archangel Raphael is the patron saint of the health profession and of love. Call on him when you need healing of the body, mind or heart. May this Archangel Raphael medal be a reminder of his name, which translates to “medicine of God,” and that it is through healing that St. Raphael brings love & joy.
O Raphael,
lead us toward those we are waiting for,
those who are waiting for us:
Raphael, Angel of happy meeting,
lead us by the hand toward
those we are looking for.
May all our movements be guided
by your Light and transfigured with your joy.


Blessings for Protection, Guidance, and Love

Typically known as the four-way medal, this cross is made up of four spiritual medals in one: the Sacred Heart at the top, St. Christopher on the right, the Miraculous Mary at the bottom, and St. Joseph on the left. Wear this Cross and feel the Heavenly Blessing from above.
The image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus shows Jesus pointing to His exposed heart, which is crowned with a crown of thorns. This is a reminder of the great sacrifice that Christ made for us and His incomparable love. Another image depicts St. Joseph holding the baby Jesus. The image of St. Joseph represents guardianship and protection. The right side of the cross depicts St. Christopher moving through a stream of running water with the baby Jesus on his shoulder. This medal has three important meanings. First, as Christians, we must always carry the teachings of Jesus with us wherever we go. Second, we are called to give a helping hand to those who are in need. Last but not least, we can ask St. Christopher to intercede for us during our travels. At the bottom of the cross, we will see the miraculous medal. This medal represents our Blessed Mother Mary and the many miracles she is prepared to bestow into our life. The center of the cross dove. The dove is a symbol of the Holy Spirit and baptism.

Sacred Heart of Jesus, I trust in thee.
Our Lady of Grace, pray for us.
St. Joseph, pray for us.
St. Christopher, pray for us.
Holy Spirit, fill us.


Patron Saint: Protection Feast Day: October 2

Angel of God, my guardian dear,
to whom God’s love commits me here,
ever this day be at my side,
to light and guard, to rule and guide.


Patron Saint: All Human Beings, Especially Young Children Feast Day: November 27

Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary
that never was it known div>
that anyone who fled to your protection
implored your assistance
or sought your intercession
was left unaided.
Inspired with this confidence
we fly unto you, O Virgin of Virgins, our Mother
to you we come; before you we kneel
sinful and sorrowful.
O Mother of the Word Incarnate
despise not our petitions
but, in your mercy, hear and answer them.


Wear this charm as a reminder to be filled by faith.

Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and
assurance about what we do not see. Hebrews 11:1


Patron Saint: The Americas and the Unborn Feast Day: December 12

O our Lady of Guadalupe,
mystical rose,
help all those who invoke
you in their necessities,
O Virgin Mary, Mother of the true God
obtain for us from your
most Holy Son
the grace of keeping our faith,
sweet hope in the midst of
bitterness of life,
burning charity and the
precious gift of final perseverance.


Patron of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Feast Day: July 16

O most beautiful flower of Mt. Carmel
Blessed Mother of the Son of God
show me the way to the most sacred heart
of your Son our Saviour Jesus.
Teach us your humble ways


Patron Saint: Mothers and Grandmothers Feast Day: July 26

Good Saint Anne, by God’s special favor
grant consolation to us who invoke you
Help us to grow in spiritual wealth
for the life to come
and guide us in our temporal affairs as well. Grant us the gift of continuous conversion /
and renewal of heart.
Help us to accept the Gospel of Jesus
over and over again
so that we may be ready
to be true disciples in whatever situations
we may experience during our lives.
so we may say YES without hesitation
to the will of God.
We ask this in the holy name of Jesus.


Patron Saint: Lost Items, Lost People Feast Day: June 13

St. Anthony of Padua : Helping you always find your way back home, you are never lost in the eyes of God.

St. Anthony, when you prayed, your stolen book of prayers was given back to you.
Pray now for all of us who have lost things precious and dear.
Pray for all who have lost faith, hope, or the friendship of God.
Pray for us who have lost friends or relatives by death.
Pray for all who have lost peace of mind or spirit.
Pray that we may be given new hope, new faith, new love.
Pray that lost things, needful and helpful to us, may be returned to our keeping.
Or, if we must continue in our loss, pray that we may be given Christ’s comfort and peace. Amen.


Patron Saint: Friendship and Hospitality Feast Days: March 21 & July 11

O gracious and holy Father
give us wisdom to perceive you
diligence to seek you
patience to wait for you
eyes to behold you
a heart to meditate upon you
and a life to proclaim you
through the power of the Spirit
of Jesus Christ our Lord.


Patron Saint: Healing and Those Who are Suffering Feast Day: April 16

“I shall spend every moment loving
—St. Bernadette of Lourdes
St. Bernadette please pray for me
to always be: Thoughtful in the needs of others
especially those who are suffering.
Obedient to the will of Our Heavenly Father.
And to imitate you in following
our Heavenly Queen’s request to pray daily.


Patron Saint: Athletes, Surfers, and Pilots Feast Day: July 25

St. Christopher is the patron saint of travelers and water sports—known to carry all to safety through the stormy waters.

Dear Saint Christopher, protect me today
in all my travels along the road’s way.
Give your warning sign if danger is near
so that I may stop while the path is clear.
Be at my window and direct me through
when the vision blurs from out of the blue.
Carry me safely to my destined place,
like you carried Christ in your close embrace.


Patron Saint: Animals and the Environment Feast Day: October 4

St. Francis of Assisi was known for being grateful for everyone and all things. His contagious joy and exemplary integrity pricked the conscience of an entire civilization, and the Franciscan spiritual renewal was born. How could St. Francis be inexhaustibly joyful without any social position, wealth, or possessions? His secret can be summed up in one word: gratitude. By renouncing all worldly attachments, his heart became wide open to receive the ever-flowing gifts of God’s love in every single reality. May St. Francis ignite within us a new sense of wonder and gratitude as we, too, experience a spiritual renewal. St. Francis is the patron saint of animals and the environment because his love of God was so powerful that he shared it with all of creation. Wear this jewelry as your reminder to be God’s instrument of peace and love today.

May St. Francis pray for us, and may he inspire an increase in gratitude in our daily life.

Lord, make me an instrument of Your peace
Where there is hatred, let me sow love
Where there is injury, pardon
Where there is doubt, faith
Where there is despair, hope
Where there is darkness, light
And where there is sadness, joy.
O Divine Master,
Grant that I may not so much seek
To be consoled as to console
To be understood, as to understand
To be loved, as to love
For it is in giving that we receive
It is in pardoning that we are pardoned
And it is in dying that we are born to Eternal Life.