Saints Medals for June

Many  saints are celebrated in the month of June, but several stand out due to their fame or popularity including St. Anthony of  Padua (June 13), St. John the Baptist (June 24), St. Lazarus (June 13), St. Peter the Apostle (June 29), and Saint Paul the Apostle (June 29).

For people named after these saints, each saint holds special significance and often prayers are offered to the Saints asking for their special help, intercession, and protection.

St. Anthony is known as the Saint who helps people find lost or stolen items. St. Lazarus is the patron saint of lepers. St. John the Baptist is the patron saint of  builders, tailors, printers, baptism, conversion to faith, people dealing with the effects of storms, and people in need of healing from spasms or seizures. Saint Paul the Apostle is the patron saint of St. Paul is the patron saint of writers, journalists, publishers, rope makers, saddle makers, tent makers, and musicians. St. Peter the Apostle is the patron saint of old people who have lived long lives, people suffering from fever or foot problems, bakers, farmers, sailors, builders, locksmiths, butchers, fishermen, clock makers, and shoemakers. 

A popular gift of personal item for people who are named after St. Anthony, St. John, St. Lazarus, St. Peter, or St. Paul is a medal portraying the Saint. These medals are available in many sizes in both gold and silver. 

Here are some of the more popular choices: 


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