St. Christopher Please keep all travelers safe tonight and in the days and week to come. For you Babe ❤️❤️❤️

This beautiful laminated St. Christopher holy card has the "Prayer for a Safe Journey" on the back. O Lord, we humbly ask you to

St. Christopher - Given to each of my boys when they turned 13. The medal is tradition.

St. Christopher - Given to each of my boys when they turned 13. The medal is tradition.

1.5" Silver Oxidized Saint Christopher Medal

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1.5" Silver Oxidized Saint Christopher Medal

Religious gift  Saint Christopher  catholic by TerryTiles2014

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Doghead

Traditional eastern depiction of a dog-headed Saint Christopher: an icon from the Byzantine and Christian Museum in Athens.

Saint Christopher

High quality hand-painted icon of Saint Christopher. BlessedMart offers Religious icons in old Byzantine, Greek, Russian and Catholic style.

Vintage French Saint Christopher Medal by ATELIERBIZART30 on Etsy

Vintage French Saint Christopher Medal by on Etsy

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Saint Christopher - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Saint Christopher is venerated by several Christian denominations as a martyr killed in the reign of the He holds patronage of things related to travel and travelers. He is said to have had a fearsome, dog-like face.

Saints Christopher, Eustace, and Erasmus (Three Helper Saints), represent three of the fourteen Helper Saints, who have been venerated as a group since the early 1300s, became particularly popular in Germany after 1446, when they appeared in a vision to a shepherd. Represented is Saint Christopher carrying the Christ child; Saint Eustace, a general in Trajan's army who converted to Christianity; and Saint Erasmus, a Syrian bishop in episcopal regalia.

Saints Christopher, Eustace, & Erasmus (Three Helper Saints) Circa -- Tilman Riemenschneider -- Germany -- Limewood -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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