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       Deluxe Scapulars
962-3022
Genuine Pewter Scapular on 18" Chain. Carded.
1512-105X 1 3⁄4" x 2" 'Genuine Wool' Brown Scapular Sacred Heart. Deluxe
packaging. 22" Brown Cord. Carded.
Also Available 1512-105 Bulk.
 1512-330X
1 3⁄4" x 2" 'Genuine Wool' Brown
Scapular Saint Michael. Deluxe packaging. 22" Brown Cord. Carded.
Also Available 1512-330 Bulk.
   1457C
2 1⁄4" x 2 1⁄2" Large Felt Sacred Heart Badge with Cloth Image on 22" Cord. Carded.
Also Available 1457 Bulk.
1508C
1 1⁄4" x 2" Green Felt Scapular with Instruction Pamphlet and 22" Cords. Carded as
shown on left.
Also Available 1508 Bulk.
   1515BNC
1515WTC
1 1⁄2" x 2" Brown Felt Scapular on a 22" White Cord. Carded
as shown on left.
Also Available 1515WT Bulk.
 1 1⁄2" x 2" Brown Felt Scapular on a 22" Brown Cord. Carded.
Also Available 1515BN Bulk.
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2 1⁄2" x 3 1⁄4" Large Brown Felt Scapular with Cloth Image and 22" Brown Cords. Carded as shown on left. Also Available 1516BN Bulk.
1516WTC
2 1⁄2" x 3 1⁄4" Large Brown Felt Scapular with Cloth Image and
22" White Cords. Carded.
Also Available 1516WT Bulk.
1516BNC
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            BROWN SCAPULAR
“Whosoever Dies in This Garment Shall Not Suffer Eternal Fire.”
of
Our Lady of Mount Carmel
In the year 1251, in the town of Aylesford England, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel appeared to St. Simon Stock, who was a Carmelite monk. She handed him a brown scapular, made of wool, and said, “This shall be a privilege for you and all Carmelites, that whoever dies wearing this garment shall not suffer eternal fire.” Eventually, the Church extended this magnificent privilege to all of the laity who are willing to be invested in the Brown Scapular of the Carmelites and commit to wear it perpetually.
© William J Hirten Co.
by 8 4 6 2 1 8 1 6 6 9 2 9 1515BNC
(Promise of Our Lady to St. Simon Stock, July 16, 1251)
THE BADGE SCAPULAR
The Badge Scapular of
The Sacred Heart of Jesus The tradition of wearing a small cloth image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus was first initiated by Blessed Margaret Mary Alacoque, who herself made and handed them out to followers of Christ. They were made of a small piece of woolen cloth, on which was a picture of the Heart of Jesus. Originally it was worn as a badge and later it was also worn like a scapular on cords. Our Lord revealed to St. Margaret Mary His wish for the people to have an image of His Sacred Heart always with them to be venerated and honored.
of
The Sacred Heart of Jesus
© William J Hirten Co.
by 8 4 6 2 1 8 0 3 1 0 0 5
1457C
     BROWN SCAPULAR
“Whosoever Dies in This Garment Shall Not Suffer Eternal Fire.”
of
Our Lady of Mount Carmel
In the year 1251, in the town of Aylesford England, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel appeared to St. Simon Stock, who was a Carmelite monk. She handed him a brown scapular, made of wool, and said, “This shall be a privilege for you and all Carmelites, that whoever dies wearing this garment shall not suffer eternal fire.” Eventually, the Church extended this magnificent privilege to all of the laity who are willing to be invested in the Brown Scapular of the Carmelites and commit to wear it perpetually.
© William J Hirten Co.
by 8 4 6 2 1 8 0 9 1 2 0 7 1516WTC
(Promise of Our Lady to St. Simon Stock, July 16, 1251)











































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