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St. Victor of Marseilles was a Christian martyr and
a Roman soldier. He was martyred in 290 A.D. when he
refused to worship pagan idols. St. Victor also converted
three other Roman soldiers to Christianity while they
were in prison together. They were martyred also.
St. Victor was martyred by a millstone which crushed
him. St. Victor's feastday is on July 21. He is the
patron saint of various causes:
Many Catholics who have St. Victor of Marseilles as
a patron wear a St. Victor medal or a St. Victor pendant
as they pray for his intercession in their lives. St.
Victor himself prayed for courage as he was tortured.
He refused to deny his faith and kicked over a pagan
idol when asked to pay homage to it. St. Victor's foot
was cut off because of his action. He continued to remain
true to his faith even when a heavy millstone was placed
on his body. The millstone broke in half as St. Victor
prayed to Jesus. Emperor Maximum could not break St.
Victor's fidelity and ordered him beheaded.
Wearing a St. Victor medallion reminds all Christians
to remain true to their faith just as St. Victor did.
The St. Victor necklace is a symbol of faith and confidence
that the Holy Spirit will give believers the strength
they need to remain firm and confident in their faith,
no matter what the challenges.
Prayer for Torture Victims
For those who cling hopelessly to the bars of their
so that we can walk free
For those who moulder in the darkness
so that we can walk in the sunshine
For those who have had their ribs kicked in
so that we can breathe freely
For those who have been hit in the face
so that we can walk without fear of attack from any
For those who have been gagged
so that we can talk aloud
For those whose dignity lies in tatters on the floor
their cell so that we can walk proudly
For those whose loved ones live in fear
so that ours can live in happiness
For those whose country is in chains
so that ours can be free
And for the jailers
and for their torturers
the saddest thought of all :
they are the ones who have suffered the worst mutilation.
Salvador de Madariaga (Federation Internationale de