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Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring
Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring

Saint Benedict Stainless Steel Cross Ring

$28.99 USD
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  • Size: about 21 mm* 21 mm
  • Material: Stainless steel

The front of the Jubilee Medal of Saint Benedict is stamped with a cross on which is superimposed the letters CSSML on the upright beam and NDSMD in the cross beam. The letters stand for the Latin words Crux Sacra Sit Mihi Lux: Non-Draco Sit Mihi Dux which means "May the Holy Cross be My Light: Let Not the Devil be My Guide." The Letters CSPB in the 4 angles around the cross stands for Crux Sancti Patris Benedicti, the Latin for "Cross of the Holy Father Benedict." It is an accessory that stands out from a crowd. Bold and strong, it has a gothic charm about it that any modern man will surely appreciate.

MEASURING YOUR FINGER WITH STRING OR A PIECE OF PAPER:

WHAT TO DO:
1. Cut a thin strip of paper at least 3 inches long and less than 5 mm wide
2. Wrap it snugly around your ring finger at the base of the knuckle
3. Using a pen or pencil, mark where the ends overlap
4. Lay it flat and use a ruler to measure the length in millimeters
5. Use the chart below to find the corresponding ring size in the top row.