What is a Scapular Medal? The Brown Scapular, revealed to St. Simon Stock in 1251, is a way for us, upon our death, to be identified as a child of God. Our Lady of Mt. Carmel said, “This will be the sign of the privilege that I have obtained for thee and for the children of Carmel; whoever dies clothes with this habit will be preserved from the eternal flames.”
In 1910, Pope St. Pius X introduced aScapular Medalwhich may be substituted in most cases for any of the various scapulars. Valid enrollment in the (cloth) scapulars must, however, be made before the substitution. The condition for this substitution is that this medal has an image of Our Most holy Redeemer, Jesus Christ, showing His Sacred Heart, and the obverse that of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary, which this Pro-Life Scapular Medal does have. According to Father John Hardon’s Catholic Dictionary the scapular medal may be worn for any reasoneven for reasons of convenience. The scapular medal has all the same indulgences that are associated with cloth scapular.
The Powerful Pro-Life Scapular Medal This Pro-Life Medal qualifies as a “Scapular Medal” since the image of the Sacred Heart is on one side, and the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe is on the reverse. What makes this Pro-Life Scapular Medal amazing is that this one medal combines the bulk of several of the most powerful medals, including 6 pro-life saint medals, into one convenient piece. Individually the medals would be heavy to wear and costly to buy, but together they form one simple pendant.
The six pro-life saints, adorned on this Pro-Life Scapular Medal, shine as guiding lights for Catholics who have are fighting the good fight to end abortion. These holy men and women are noted for their heroic witness to the sanctity of human life and the necessity to protect unborn children.
All totaled, this Pro-Life Scapular Medal is like wearing 9 powerful medals in one amazing piece:
Sacred Heart of Jesus Miraculous Medal St. Michael the Archangel Our Lady of Guadalupe St. Maximilian Kolbe Pope St. John Paul II St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta St. Gianna Beretta Molla St. Gerard Majella