This laminated holy card of St. Simon Stock receiving the Scapular has the following prayer on the back:
St. Simon Stock
Feast Day: May 16
O Holy St. Simon, you were blessed with the apparition of Our Lady and received the scapulas as a special sign of her favor. Following your example, I pledge to wear the Scapular faithfully and devoutly so that I may always have Our Lady's wonderful protection in life and her special help at the hour of death.
A Scapular is a small replica of the religious habit consisting of two pieces of wool connected by ribbons and worn under one's clothes so that one piece hangs in front and other in back. We wear the Scapulas to indicate that we place ourselves under the special protection of the Blessed Virgin.
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"Take this Scapular. Whosoever dies wearing it shall not suffer eternal fire. It shall be a sign of salvation, a protection in danger, and a pledge of peace."
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