St. Ignatius of Antioch (c. 50-107) silver oxide holy medal
memorial is October 17th.
Convert from paganism to Christianity. Succeeded Saint Peter the Apostle as bishop of Antioch, Syria. Served during persecution of Domitian. During the persecution of Trajan, he was ordered taken to Rome to be killed by wild animals. On the way, a journey which took months, he wrote a series of encouraging letters to the churches under his care. First writer to use the term the Catholic Church. Martyr. Apostolic Father. His name occurs in the “Nobis quoque peccatoribus” in the Canon of the Mass. Legend says he was the infant that Jesus took into his arms in Mark 9. (info from CatholicSaints.Info » Blog Archive » Saint Ignatius of Antioch)
Catholic Saint - God-Bearer, Theophoros, might be the Mark 9 infant that Jesus held, martyr (thrown to the wild animals, hence the lion on his medal), patron against throat diseases
These medals are great on necklaces, bracelets, rosaries, pins or whatever else you had in mind. They all come with an open jump ring so you can attach it to your necklace.
Get a chain here:
All medals and crucifixes are silver oxide (unless noted otherwise), which is a silver plated zinc alloy. **For the longest shine, you may want to coat your silver oxide medals with a clear coat of clear nail polish. The thin coating of silver oxide will eventually wear off.** They are quality Italian made, and the medals are approx. 1 inch tall and 5/8 inch wide.
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