Catholic Scapulars and Scapular Medals





A scapular (from Latin scapula, "shoulder") is a religious pendant of cloth worn under the clothing in Roman Catholic devotion. Scapulars are usually adorned with an image of a saint and come in a variety of colors. Scapulars have their historical origins in larger, tunic-like garments that were once worn by Roman Catholic monks, which were then adapted for the use of the Roman Catholic laity. Today, most scapulars are in the form of medals worn as a necklace. Certain scapulars have been endowed with various indulgences by the pope or other church authority, and are thus believed to provide their pious wearers with such benefits as earthly protection, divine forgiveness, eternal life, and release from purgatory.



Scapulars at Aquinas and More

This Catholic store offers more than a dozen different scapular medals.


scapulars at Amazon.com

Scapulars at Amazon.com

Believe it or not, the world's largest online bookstore has an excellent selection of scapulars, thanks to their partnership with many other merchants. Amazon.com offers nearly 100 scapulars, including those cloth, gold, silver, and hand-painted scapulars.


scapulars at Shop.com

Scapulars at Shop.com

This giant online outlet store has about 20 different kinds of scapulars, most of which are medals. Simply type scapular in the search box at the top of the page.


Scapulars at The Catholic Company

This Catholic store offers a wide variety of scapulars in gold, silver and leather.



Scapulars For Sale on eBay



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