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St. Barbara Specialty Items

St. Barbara Patron Saint Medal St. Barbara Patron Saint Round Medal
1" Height
Sterling Silver: $54.00  Includes 24" Stainless Steel Chain
Gold Filled: $142.00 Includes 24" Gold Plated Brass Chain
14Kt. Gold: $995.00  Chain not included
Comes Deluxe Gift Boxed
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St. Barbara Patron Saint Oval MedalSt. Barbara Patron Saint Oval Medal
1" Height
Sterling Silver: $47.00 Includes 24" Stainless Steel Chain
Gold Filled: $114.00 Includes 24" Gold Plated Brass Chain
14Kt. Gold: $799.00.  Chain not included
Comes Deluxe Gift Boxed
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St. Barbara Silver Plated Coin!
1 & 1/8" in diameter
Larger than a quarter
Price: $2.00 each
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St. Barbara Oxidized MedalSt. Barbara Oxidized Medal
Back of Medal Reads: "Pray for Us"
(Chain not included)
Price  .50  each
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Available with an 18" Chain for $2.25  click here.
Available with a 24" Chain for $3.50   click here.

St. Barbara Silver Plated Brass Key ChainSt. Barbara Silver Plated Brass Key Chain
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Price: $16.00
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Book: The 14 Holy HelpersThe Fourteen Holy Helpers
By: Hammer, O.F.M., Rev. Bonaventure
The stories and special intercessory powers of 14 early Saint-Martyrs invoked for numerous special needs, such that they came to be called "The 14 Holy Helpers." 
St. Barbara, St. Blaise, St. Christopher, St. George, St. Catherine, etc. They are invoked against throat ailments, lightning, diabolical possession, fire, family troubles, etc. 112 pages. Imprimatur.
Includes prayers to each Saint.
Price: $10.00    Add to Cart

St. Barbara Statues

St. Barbara Pewter Statue 


Fine Pewter Statue
From The Bethany Collection
Comes Gift Boxed with Prayer Card
3 & 1/2 inches in height
Price: $28.00
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St. Barbara StatueSt. Barbara 8" Statue
Resin Statue on Wood Base with Name Plate
Comes Gift Boxed
Price: $39.00
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St. Barbara
12" Hand Painted Italian Plaster
Price: $50.00
Code: IP12BA
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St. Barbara
18" American Made Chalk Composition
Price: $85.00
Code: AM18BA
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St. Barbara
24" American Made Chalk Composition
Price: $160.00
Code: AM24BA
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Barbara lived in the 4th century and was brought up as a heathen. Her tyrannical father, Dioscorus, had kept her jealously secluded in a lonely tower which he had built for that purpose. Here, in her forced solitude, she gave herself to prayer and study, and contrived to receive instruction and Baptism in secret by a Christian priest.

Barbara resisted her father's wish that she marry. On one occasion, during her father's absence, Barbara had three windows inserted into a bathhouse her father was constructing. Her purpose was thereby to honor the Trinity.

Dioscorus was enraged by her action and by her conversion. So he himself denounced her before the civil tribunal. She was horribly tortured and at last was beheaded. Her own father, merciless to the last, acted as her executioner. God, however, speedily punished her persecutors. While her soul was being borne by angels to Paradise, a flash of lightning struck Dioscorus, and he was hurried before the judgment seat of God.  The legend of the lightning bolt which struck down her persecutor caused her to be regarded as the patron saint in time of danger from thunderstorms, fires and sudden death.

When gunpowder made its appearance in the Western world, Saint Barbara was invoked for aid against accidents resulting from explosions--since some of the earlier artillery pieces often blew up instead of firing their projectile, Saint Barbara became the patroness of artillerymen.

Saint Barbara is usually represented standing by a tower with three windows, carrying the palm of a martyr in her hand. Often, too, she holds a chalice and a sacramental wafer and sometimes cannon are displayed near her. The feast of Saint Barbara falls on December 4th and is traditionally recognized by a formal Dining-In or military dinner, often involving the presentation of the Order of Saint Barbara.

The Order of Saint Barbara is an honorary military society of the United States Field Artillery. Both U.S. Marine and Army field artillery along with their military and civilian supporters are eligible for membership. The order is managed by the U.S. Field Artillery Association and two levels of recognition exist. The most distinguished level is the Ancient Order of Saint Barbara and those who are selected for this honor have achieved long-term, exceptional service to the field artillery surpassing even their brethren in the Honorable Order of Saint Barbara. The order links field artillerymen of the past and present in a brotherhood of professionalism, selfless service and sacrifice symbolized by Saint Barbara.


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