St. Agatha Patron Saint Medal, 1/2" on a 24" Stainless Steel Chain 9003SS/24S.
The perfect purity of intention by which St. Agatha was entirely dead to the world and herself, and sought only to please God, is the circumstance that sanctified her sufferings and rendered her sacrifice complete. This simplicity and purity of heart; this love of hiding in God, through Jesus Christ, is the perfection of all our sacrifices, and the complete victory over self-love, which it attacks and forces out of its strongest entrenchments: this says to Christ, with St. Agatha, "Possess alone all that I am."
St. Agatha is the Patron Saint of breast cancer patients, Bakers, and Nurses
Gift Boxed in Grey Velour Clam Shell Jewelry Box.