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St. Felicity Medals

Saint Felicity Medals

A noble woman of Rome during the second century, Felicity professed and lived the Christian faith in works of charity and prayer. Her example led others to convert to the faith angering the pagan priests who complained to the emperor.

Felicity was arrested and ordered to make a sacrifice to the idols, which she refused. Her sons were then threatened if she would not make the sacrifice, she refused again and was forced to watch one by one as each of her seven sons was killed in various horrible ways.. She held firm to her faith and proclaimed "my sons will life forever if, like me, they scorn the idols and die for their God." Months after her sons executions, Felicity too was beheaded. It could be said she suffered martyrdom eight time, watching each son die before her own death.

Images of St. Felicity often show her surrounded by the faces of her seven sons. Felicity is a patron to those watching their loved ones suffer and an inspiration of holding fast to God in the face of great loss.

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St. Felicity Medal - Sterling Silver with 18 in. Chain
St. Felicity Medal - Sterling Silver with 18 in. Chain - Engravable (#19150)
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Engravable Sterling Silver Medal with 18 Inch Stainless Chain and Gift Box
St. Felicity Charm - Sterling Silver (#M0025)
St. Felicity Tiny Charm - Sterling Silver (#M0025)
Price: $23.00
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1/2 x 1/4 in. Sterling Silver Small Charm - No Chain - Carded charm with jump ring ready for charm bracelet or delicate chain
St. Felicity Medal - Sterling Silver with 20 in. Chain
St. Felicity Medal - Sterling Silver with 20 in. Chain - Engravable (#81186)
Price: $46.50
Engravable Sterling Silver Medal with 20 Inch Stainless Chain and Gift Box
St. Felicity Charm - 14 Karat Gold Filled (#85349)
St. Felicity Tiny Charm - 14 Karat Gold Filled (#85349)
Price: $38.00
1/2 x 1/4 in. - 14 Karat Gold Filled Small Charm - No Chain - Carded charm with jump ring ready for charm bracelet or delicate chain
St. Felicity Medal - 84162 Saint Medal
St. Felicity Medal - 14 Karat Gold Filled - Medium, Engravable (#84162)
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3/4 x 1/2 - 14 Karat Gold Filled Medal with a 18in Gold Filled Lite Chain and Gift Box - Engravable
St. Felicity Medal - 84163 Saint Medal
St. Felicity Medal - 14 KT Gold - Medium, Engravable (#84163)
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3/4 x 1/2 14 KT Gold Medal - No Chain - Gift Boxed
St. Felicity Medal - 84164 Saint Medal
St. Felicity Medal - Sterling Silver - Medium, Engravable (#84164)
Price: $54.75
3/4 x 1/2 Sterling Silver Medal with a 18in Sterling Silver Lite Chain and Gift Box - Engravable
St. Felicity Medal - 82790 Saint Medal
St. Felicity Medal - 14 Karat Gold Filled - Large, Engravable (#82790)
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1 x 3/4 - 14 Karat Gold Filled Medal with a 24in Stainless Gold Heavy Chain and Gift Box - Engravable
St. Felicity Medal - 82791 Saint Medal
St. Felicity Medal - 14 KT Gold - Large, Engravable (#82791)
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1 x 3/4 14 KT Gold Medal - No Chain - Gift Boxed
St. Felicity Medal - 82792 Saint Medal
St. Felicity Medal - Sterling Silver - Large, Engravable (#82792)
Price: $54.25
1 x 3/4 Sterling Silver Medal with a 24in Stainless Silver Heavy Chain and Gift Box - Engravable
St. Felicity Charm - 85350 Saint Medal
St. Felicity Tiny Charm - 14 KT Gold (#85350)
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1/2 x 1/4 in. 14 KT Gold Small Charm - No Chain - Gift Boxed - Ready for charm bracelet or delicate chain
St. Felicity (of Perpetua and Felicity)

The horrific execution of St. Felicity stands out as one of the most heart-wrenching tales in the history of the Christian faith. A martyr for the faith, she was executed alongside St. Perpetua. History tells that St. Felicity faced execution for her faith while she was pregnant with a child. She prayed that she might give birth before her martyrdom took place, to which her prayers were answered. She went into labor 2 days before her execution and was mercilessly mocked by guards watching over her. Thankfully, her child was given over to women in Carthage.

St. Felicity is now the patron saint of the death of children, due to her courage in the face of death. It is said that when the guards mocked her, she responded that she was suffering for the one that suffered and died for her. Today St. Felicity medals help to remind us that even the children we have lost are in the loving hands of God. Her feast is celebrated along with St. Perpetua's on March 7.