Military / Patriotic >  Key Chains and Visor Clips >  Army/St. Christopher Military Key Chain

This item is no longer being made.

Army/St. Christopher Military Key Chain

Item Number: 17155

Catalog Code: 7351*4-DIS5-DIS9-DIS

Army/St. Christopher Military Key Chain

Purchase Information

Your Price:

This item is currently unavailable.

Add To My:

Bookmark and Share

 Our Description

This two sided key chain is made of pewter with an antique silver finish.  It is 2 3/4in. in diameter.  The key chain has St. Christopher carrying the Christ Child on one side and the Army emblem on the other.

Product Details

H x W: 
2 3/4"  (6.98 cm) x 2 3/4"  (6.98 cm)
More Jeweled Cross Gifts


St. Christopher

St. Christopher Feast Day:
Eastern Calendar - 03/09
Roman Rite Calendar - 07/25
Tridentine Calendar - 07/25

Patron Of: Travelers, Archers, Bookbinders, Lightning, Storms, Sudden Death, Mariners, Sailors, Automobiles, Bachelors, Bus Drivers, Hazards While Traveling, Motorists, Porters, Travel, Truck Drivers, Gardeners, Epilepsy, Toothache, Boatmen, Floods, Against Lightning

    Third century martyr in the persecutions of Decius. Little else is known for sure.

    His fame derives from the pious legend of him being a "Christ-bearer" (= Christopher). He was a powerfully built man who wandered the world in search of novelty and adventure. He came upon a hermit who lived beside a dangerous stream and served others by guiding them to safe places to cross. He gave Offero instruction in the truth of God. Offero took the hermit's place, but instead of guiding travelers, he carried them safely across the stream.

    One day he carried a small child across the stream; the child's weight nearly crushed him. When they arrived on the other side, the child revealed himself as Christ, and he was so heavy because he bore the weight of the world on himself. He then baptized Offero with water from the stream. Christopher's service at the stream led to his patronage of things related to travel and travelers, people who carry things, etc. One of the Fourteen Holy Helpers.

    at Canaan as Offero

    martyred c.251 Third century martyr in the persecutions of Decius. Little else is known for sure.

All information used with permission of the Patron Saint Index.

 Other Customers Also Purchased

Divine Mercy Prayer Card with Pendant

St. John the Baptist Prayer Card with Pendant

Miraculous Medal Prayer Card with Pendant

St. Joseph Prayer Card with Pendant

 Browse For Similar Items In

Related Articles

1. End of Summer Inventory Clearance Sale 07/20/2009

2. Fr. Vincent Capodanno - Priest of Heroic Virtue 06/01/2009

3. Resources for Catholics in the Military 12/15/2008

4. Military Rosaries 11/04/2008

5. Who is St. Michael the Archangel? 10/24/2008

6. Catholic Military Medals 10/17/2008


By using our site you agree to our terms of use.
All content copyright 2016.
Special Features

Get >FREE SHIPPING< and learn more about the Faith with our newsletter.

Free shipping coupon included with newsletter.

Aquinas and More

/ (mm/dd)