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Monstrances & Thabors

A monstrance is a special sacred vessel used to store and display the consecrated Eucharist. At Saint Patrick's Guild, we take great pride in our large selection of monstrances. We work with experienced suppliers and skilled artists in Europe and the United States to bring you the finest monstrances available. We offer a wide variety of monstrances, from simple contemporary styles to ornate Baroque and Gothic Designs. Monstrances can also be customized to your specifications. Whatever the occasion - public exposition, Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, or regular use in a Eucharistic Adoration chapel - you will find the perfect monstrance here at Saint Patrick's Guild.

  • CS 210L Chapel Monstrance

    Product DescriptionCS 210L Chapel Monstrance in Gold Plate3" Glass Luna6.5" tallImported from Italy DetailsCS 210L Chapel Monstrance in Gold Plate St. Patrick's can help with all of your church supply needs with items such as this Chapel Monstrance...

    $149.95
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  • U-122 Aluminum Memorial Urn with Gold Cross

    Product DescriptionSolid constructionGold Cross AccentLightweightDetailsLightweight Memorial Aluminum Urn with Gold Cross from Alviti Creations. Gold lid. 11" tall with flared gold cross.In addition to outdoor memorial cemetery lights, St. Patrick's...

    $110.00
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A monstrance is a special sacred vessel used to store and display the consecrated Eucharist. At Saint Patrick's Guild, we take great pride in our large selection of monstrances. We work with experienced suppliers and skilled artists in Europe and the United States to bring you the finest monstrances available. We offer a wide variety of monstrances, from simple contemporary styles to ornate Baroque and Gothic Designs. Monstrances can also be customized to your specifications. Whatever the occasion - public exposition, Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, or regular use in a Eucharistic Adoration chapel - you will find the perfect monstrance here at Saint Patrick's Guild.