Saint Michael

Saint Michael

Patron and Protector of our Police
Invoked for Cemetery Preservation
Feast Day: September 29

Michael’s story took place long ago. Michael is an Angel with a tremendous wingspan. He is one of the three Archangels; a true leader of Heaven’s team in its triumph over Hell. Michael is exalted above the other Angels, holds a high rank in celestial hierarchy and is a very important figure in many religions. Michael is often shown slaying the dragon or devil, as he is in our medals. Michael is often worn by people aware of the need for the protection of our police and also those who take on the important task of preserving our cemeteries. It is written that Michael appeared to Moses in the burning bush and the Jewish Koran states that Michael’s tears formed Cherubim, an attendant to God. Wear a “Saint” Michael medal and keep an Angel near your heart. @2013

5866 General Diaz Street
New Orleans, LA 70124
504.482.2467 & 504.239.3143
Wear this medal and then
share it with someone you love
Each SfS medal is imported from Italy,
painted by hand in New Orleans, Louisiana, and is
one of a kind original
“The Saints are the Sinners who keep on trying”
-Robert Louis Stevenson

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