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Scapular Medals

The scapular was originally the apron style working habit of the Benedictine order. The Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to St. Simon Stock in 1251 and said to him "Whosoever dies clothed in this (scapular) shall not suffer eternal fire."

On the front side of the Scapular Medal is an image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and on the back is Our Lady of Mount Carmel.

The Scapular Medal was approved by the Church in 1910 as a substitute for the Brown Scapular; however, Pope St. Pius X did not wish the medal to supplant the cloth version, but intended it as as a subsitute when there is a good and serious reason. The Scapular Medal enjoys all of the same privileges granted to the wearing of the Brown Scapular except for the partial indulgence for kissing the Scapular granted by Pope Benedict XV.