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St. Camillus Round Pewter Medal with Cord

Item Number: 98874

Catalog Code: 9187/MCB


Camillus Round Pewter Medal with Cord

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This round pewter St. Camillus medal comes with adjustable leather cord in a green flip top box. It depicts St. Camillus holding a pitcher and a towel.  He was injured as a soldier fighting the Turks and later was an administrator in a hospital and then founded the Congregation of the Servants of the Sick.  St. Camilllus is the patron of hospital workers and the sick.

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H x W: 
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0 3/4"  (1.90 cm) x 0 3/4"  (1.90 cm)
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St. Camillus

St. Camillus Feast Day:
Roman Rite Calendar - 07/14
Tridentine Calendar - 07/14


Patron Of: Hospital Workers, Hospitals, Nurses, Sick, Sickness

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    Son of a military officer who had served both for Naples and France. His mother died when he was very young. Spent his youth as a soldier, fighting for the Venetians against the Turks, and then for Naples. Reported as a large individual, perhaps as tall as 6'6", and powerfully built, but suffered all his life from abscesses on his feet. A gambling addict, he lost so much he had to take a job working construction on a building belonging to the Capuchins; they converted him.

    He entered the Capuchin novitiate three times, but a nagging leg injury, received while fighting the Turks, each time forced him to give up. He went to Rome for medical treatment where Saint Philip Neri became his priest and confessor. He moved into San Giacomo Hospital for the incurable, and eventually became its administrator. Lacking education, he began to study with children when he was 32 years old. Priest. Founded the Congregation of the Servants of the Sick (the Camellians) who, naturally, care for the sick both in hospital and home. The order expanded with houses in several countries. Camillus honored the sick as living images of Christ, and hoped that the service he gave them did penance for his wayward youth. Reported to have the gifts of miraculous healing and prophecy.

Born
    1550 at Bocchiavico, Abruzzi, kingdom of Naples, Italy

Died
    14 July 1614 at Genoa, Italy

Beatified
    7 April 1742 by Pope Benedict XIV

Canonized
    1746 by Pope Benedict XIV


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