Saint Joan of Arc at the Stake Medal
An authentic French religious medal dating to the early 20th century. The pendant features a portrayal of St Joan’s martyrdom when she was burned at the stake by the English. It shows the French spelling of her name “Jeanne D’Arc” and the Latin sentence "Vitam Pri Fide Dedit"meaning in English "For that gave her life". It has been signed by the French engraver.
The reverse depicts the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Latin sentence "ave rex noster spes unica" ("Our only hope, our king to hail").
Overall good antique condition with some signs of ages .
Please take a close look at the photos, they are an integral part of the description.
Height: 1 1/8" (3cm)
Width: 3/4" (2cm)
Material: silverplated brass
Chain not included
St. Joan of Arc is the patroness of soldiers and of France.
"Prayer of Thanks and Gratitude to St. Joan of Arc," written by Andrea Rau:
Dear Patron Saint,
Thank you for accompanying me throughout the day, and in the work that I did. Thank you also for your guidance and your counsel. Please help me to listen to God and to you, dear Saint, that I may do what I am called to do. Please intercede on my behalf and beg God to take all my faults and turn them into virtues. I thank you for all you have done for me, and all the things you have interceded for on my behalf. Please continue to pray for me and for all the souls who need it.
St. Joan of Arc, Pray for us.