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Saint Juliana Falconieri Medal

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  • Available in Solid 14K Yellow or White Gold, or in Sterling Silver
  • All Religious Medals are Customizable. We can change the spelling, your language, names etc, ex: change "Pray for Us" to "Pray For Me". Just let us know in "special instructions"
    Saint Juliana Falconieri (1270 June 19, 1341) was the Italian foundress of the Sisters of the Third Order of Servites (or the Servite Tertiaries). Juliana belonged to the noble Florentine family of the Falconieri. Her uncle, Alexis Falconieri, was one of the seven founders of the Servite Order. Under his influence, she decided at a young age to follow the religious life. After her father's death, she received c. 1385 the habit of the Third Order of the Servites, from Philip Benizi (Benitius), then General of that order. She remained at home following the rule Benizi had given her until her mother's death, when Juliana and several companions moved into a house of their own in 1305. This became the first convent of the Sisters of the Third Order of Servites. Juliana would serve as superior until the end of her life. The Servites' dress consisted of a black gown, secured by a leather girdle, and a white veil. Because the gown had short sleeves to facilitate work, people called the sisters of the new order "Mantellate." The sisters devoted themselves especially to the care of the sick and other works of mercy. Juliana directed the community of Servite Tertiaries for thirty-five years. An extraordinary occurrence, mentioned in the oratio of her feast day, is said to have occurred at Juliana's death. She, at this time, unable to receive Holy Communion because of constant vomiting, requested the priest to spread a corporal upon her chest and lay the Host on it. Shortly thereafter, the Host disappeared and Juliana died, June 19, 1341.[1] The image of a Cross, just like the one on the Host, was found on her breast.
SKU 71005
Weight 0.3
Metal All Metals
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  • In Christianity, baptism is the sacramental act of cleansing in water that admits one as a full member of the Church. Most Christians, such as Roman Catholics, Eastern Orthodox, and Lutherans, are baptized as infants.
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  • All Sterling Silver is protected with a tarnish resistance to help it last for years without tarnishing