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Patron Saints on my Rosary

by Rafael Moreno

Hello everyone.

I have a couple of rosary's that I have been given to me as gifts and I got one for me for daily use and I was given a patron saint medal of Saint Christopher and Saint Michael to put on my rosary. I get these medals from time to time but I never know where to place them on my rosary.

Does anyone know about this or does it matter?

How many can you have on because I have like five that have been given to me over the years?

Greatly Appreciate the help.

Rafael Moreno III

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Patron Saint Medals Can Be Placed Anywhere
by: The Rosary Team

Dear Rafael,

It is common to either wear patron saint medals around your neck or to attach them to your rosary. If you place them on your rosary, I would suggest putting them near the center piece. But anywhere is okay. It doesn’t really matter. Also you can have as many as you like.

The Rosary Team

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