This medal of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati was designed by the Frassati family. It is made in Italy and features the profile of Bl. Frassati and the Latin phrase, "Veritatem Facientes in Charitate," (from Ephesians 4:15). The reverse side of the medal says, "Verso l'Alto!" The medal measures 3/4" in diameter.
There is special bulk pricing for this medal: if you order 20 or more medals, the cost is $2.00 each.
Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
- Buy 20 or above and pay only $2.00 each
Posted by EJM on 10th Feb 2021
A beautifully designed prayer medal. It is a tribute to this young man who emulates true grace and pure spirituality. I will wear it with pride and devotion to a blessed saint to be someday soon.
For my rosaries
Posted by Will on 3rd Aug 2020
I make rosaries out of Jobs Tears seeds... I know Pier Gorgio had a devotion to the rosary. He would handout rosaries that were made out of the Job’s tears so I thought it would be fitting to add this medal to the rosaries I make. I will certainly be purchasing more of these from you. Thank you so much.
Posted by Saint Michael Parish on 22nd Feb 2018
This is a personalized unique medal of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati because of the connection with the Frassati family designing it. We found the connection in that manner very special. I'm happy to emphasize the previous reviewer's comments because we agree the medals are solid, clear, impressive, good quality and worth the price.
Finally a Bl Pier Giorgio medal
Posted by Stefanie B on 3rd Nov 2017
I was so happy to find this medal and very pleased when I received it. The image & words are very clear. It's a nice medal for the price.
Posted by Lise Sullivan on 30th Oct 2017
Solid, clear & impressive medal
Posted by Fr Paul on 24th Oct 2016
The medals were of good quality for the price. Thank you!
Posted by Unknown on 26th Aug 2016
I like it and wearing it already!
Perfect inexpensive medal of PGF!
Posted by Stan on 23rd Aug 2016
Very nicely stamped silver-plated medal of Pier Giorgio Frassati. Silver plating looks good initially, too soon to tell how it will hold up, but this offers a less expensive option for giving to young people who are prone to losing them! I'm sure the quality of the stamping on the silver and gold-plated medals is also superior. Glad to see these available again since they were not available from Italy for awhile.