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St. Benedict Crucifix Pendant

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Men's Saint Benedict Crucifix Pendant [BM0652]
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Mens or Womens Two Tone St. Benedict Crucifix Pendant [BC0058]
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Women's St. Benedict Crucifix Pendant [BM0651]
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Men's Large Sterling Silver St. Benedict Crucifix [HM0820]
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St. Benedict Black and Silver Corpus Crucifix Pendant - 2"H [MVCR1044]
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Men's Large St. Benedict Crucifix Pendant [BM5638]
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Silvertone St. Benedict Pectoral Crucifix 3" [SFA0019]
St. Benedict Olive Wood Crucifix, 3 inches [CRXMV020]
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St. Benedict Olive Wood Crucifix Pendant [MVCR1003]
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St. Benedict Silver with Black Enamel Pectoral Crucifix 3" [SFA0018]
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St. Benedict Crucifix, 3 inches [CRXMV019]
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St. Benedict Pendant in Black, 3 inches [CRXMV018]
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St. Benedict Crucifix, 3 inches [CRXMV021]
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Men's St. Benedict Crucifix Necklace 1.75 [MV2102]
 

Saint BenedictItalian monk, called Benedict of Nursia, author of a rule for monks that became the basis of the Benedictine order, b. Norcia (E of Spoleto). He went to Rome to study, then withdrew to Subiaco to live as a hermit; after three years he was renowned for his holiness. He founded a community of monks made up of cells of 13 monks each. This he eventually left, and at Monte Cassino, in an old pagan holy place, he started the first truly Benedictine monastery, although the benedictine order did not come into being until Carolingian times. The fruits of Benedict’s experience appear in the Rule of St. Benedict (in Latin), which became the chief rule in Western monasticism under the Carolingians. The Cistercians also follow the Rule of Saint Benedict. The Rule’s 73 chapters are full of a spirit of moderation and common sense. They set forth the central ideas of Benedictine monasticism.

Saint day is July 11th.

 
 
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