Enamelled medal of Saint Benedict 100mm
    • Enamelled medal of Saint Benedict 100mm
    • Enamelled medal of Saint Benedict 100mm

    Enamelled medal of Saint Benedict 100mm

    VAT included


    This religious medal of Saint Benedict is made of silver metal and measures 100mm. It is a medal of the patron saint of Europe with a dark blue enamel background. St Benedict is usually prayed to for release from pain, evil eye and anxiety. Pray to the Patron Saint of Europe with this medal and implore his protection.

    In stock

      Secure payment

    Payment by credit card, Paypal or cheque

      Fast delivery

    Your parcel delivered in 48 hours in France with DPD

      Free delivery from 49€ onwards

    Free delivery in France from 49€ purchase

      Telephone support

    Place your orders by phone

    What do the inscriptions on the Saint Benedict medal mean?

    What does the front of the Saint Benedict medal mean?

    image medaille saint benoit

    On the recto of the medal is engraved the invocation: "Eius in obitu nro praesentia muniamur", which translates as: "In our death, may we be helped by his presence". This phrase captures the essence of the medal as a symbol of the fervent desire to be assisted by God at the hour of our death.

    What does the reverse of the Saint Benedict medal signify?

    image m"daille saint benoit

    On the verso of the medal, a series of letters surround a cross, each representing a specific prayer that reaffirms faith in Christ and rejects the temptations of evil. These inscriptions are:

    • C S P B for "Crux Sancti Patris Benedicti" (Cross of the Holy Father Benedict), placed around the central cross.
    • C S S M L in vertical for "Crux Sacra Sit Mihi Lux" (May the holy cross be my light), emphasising protection from evil.
    • N D S M D in horizontal for "Non Draco Sit Mihi Dux" (May the dragon not be my guide), a prayer against deception.
    • On the right, V R S N S M V stands for "Vade Retro Satana, Numquam Suade Mihi Vana" (Withdraw Satan, never advise me of your vanities), an exhortation to repel the evil one.
    • On the left, S M Q L I V B translates as "Sunt Mala Quae Libas, Ipse Venena Bibas" (The beverages you offer are evil, drink your poisons yourself), a rejection of Satan's temptations.
    • Finally, the word PAX (peace) crowns the medal, symbolising the ultimate aspiration for inner peace and eternal salvation. On some medals, PAX may be replaced by IHS, a monogram for "Iesus, Hominum Salvator" (Jesus the Saviour of Men), reinforcing the message of salvation and divine protection.

    Data sheet



    10 cm
    0 cm
    10 cm
    0.130 Kg