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THE ARSENAL

OFFICIAL WSM STORE

ARSENAL (AR·​SE·​NAL)  -  noun    |    PRONUN.  'ärs-nəl'  OR  'är-sə-nəl' 

DEF.   an establishment for the manufacture or storage of arms & military equipment

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THE ARSENAL - WSM STORE

FEATURED ITEMS

The Below Items are the 'Warrior Basics'.

Don't Leave Home Without Them.


The Warriors of St. Michael, a not-for-profit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Michigan which is an applicant for 501(c)(3) status, along with any of its affiliates or subsidiaries, shall not be held spiritually or legally liable for what may befall a member who chooses not to utilize the below resources since their efficacy has been clearly delineated & explained to all parties involved.

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ST. MICHAEL MEDAL WITH QUOTE FROM THE 'WARRIOR'S CREED'

"O St. Michael, give us your strength to
defeat our fears and to rise up to any challenge."

CUSTOM MILITARY
'DOG TAGS'

Recommended Format:

TAG 1:

Line 1 - "LAST NAME" (& FIRST NAME IF ROOM)

Line 2 - "WARRIORS OF"

Line 3 - "ST. MICHAEL"

Line 4 - "ENL : MM-DD-YYYY" (your official enlistment date is the date you publicly sign the Warrior's Creed at a monthly Armory large group meeting)

Line 5 - "-  SERVIAM  -" (latin for "I will serve")

TAG 2:

Line 1 - "I PLEDGE MYSELF"

Line 2 - "FOR LIFE TO THE"

Line 3 - "SERVICE OF"

Line 4 - "CHRIST THE KING"

Line 5 - "-  AMDG  -" (latin abbreviation for ad majorem dei gloriam = "all for the greater glory of God")

ST. MICHAEL SCAPULAR

STYLE #1

External Sign of Consecration to Jesus through the Intercession of St. Michael

ST. MICHAEL SCAPULAR

STYLE #2

External Sign of Consecration to Jesus through the Intercession of St. Michael

THE WARRIOR ROSARY 

STAINLESS STEEL BEADS

BLACK PARACORD

"The rosary is the weapon for these times."

- Padre Pio

Heavy duty metal beads, St. Michael centerpiece, & St. Benedict crucifix. What more could you ask for going into battle?

THE WARRIOR ROSARY

GUN METAL BEADS

BLACK CAMO CORD

"The rosary is the weapon for these times."

- Padre Pio

Heavy duty metal beads, St. Michael centerpiece, & pardon crucifix. What more could you ask for going into battle?

MEMENTO MORI

MEMENTO VIVERE 

COIN

TEMPUS FUGIT = "Time Flies"
MEMENTO MORI = "Remember your death"
FAC VITAM INCREDIBILEM = "Make an incredible life"
MEMENTO VIVERE = "Remember to live"

ST. BENEDICT MEDAL

DELUXE 2" VERSION

A MOBILE EXORCISM PRAYER 

AROUND YOUR NECK

ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR CATHOLIC MEDALS & WITH GOOD REASON


FRONT SIDE

On the front is an image of Benedict, with a cross in his right hand and the Rule of Benedict in his left hand with the inscription Ora et Labora (Pray and Work). At his feet are a chalice and a raven, images that call to mind Benedict’s miraculous deliverance from poison. Surrounding the image of the saint are the words crux patris benedicti, Latin for “the cross of the Father Benedict.” Along the outer edge of the medal are the words ejus in obitu nostro praesentia muniamur, which means “at our death may we be fortified by his presence.” 


REVERSE SIDE

The reverse side of Benedict’s medal contains several powerful prayers, written as initials for wearers to memorize, among them CSSML for crux sacra sit mihi lux, meaning “the holy cross be my light,” and NDSMD for non draco sit mihi dux, which translates “let not the dragon be my guide.” Around the edges are letters signifying these Latin mottoes: VRSNSMV—SMQLIVB, vade retro satana, numquam suade mihi vana! sunt mala quae libas. ipse venena bibas, meaning, “Begone, Satan! Never tempt me with your vanities! What you offer me is evil. Drink the poison yourself!” At the top is usually a pax for “peace.”

MIRACULOUS MEDAL

1.5" HIGH X 1" WIDE

ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR CATHOLIC MEDALS ACROSS THE WORLD

A MEDAL DESIGNED BY OUR LADY HERSELF

THE STORY OF THE MIRACULOUS MEDAL

Excerpts from "Recent Apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary" by Stephen Breen, 1952, The Scapular Press.

On July 18-19, 1830, in Paris, an apparition of Mary appeared to St. Catherine Laboure. Mary gave her a message for the world. Our Lady's words to St. Catherine, full of hidden meaning are perhaps most comprehensively translated by Lady Cecil Kerr in "The Miraculous Medal":

" 'My child, I have a mission to entrust to you. You will have to suffer much in the performance of it, but the thought that it will be for the glory of God will enable you to overcome all your trials. You will be opposed but do not be afraid. Grace will be given you. Tell all that takes place within you with simplicity and confidence. You will see certain things, you will receive inspirations in prayer. Give an account of everything to him who has charge of your soul.' "I then asked the Blessed Virgin what was the meaning of certain things which had been shown me. She answered: 'My child, the times are evil and misfortunes are about to overwhelm France. The throne will be destroyed and the whole world convulsed by all sorts of calamities.' The Blessed Virgin looked very sad as she said this. 'But,' she added, 'come to the foot of this altar. Here graces will be poured out on all who ask for them, great or small. Our Lady continued: 'My child, the cross will be despised and trodden underfoot. Our Lord's side will be pierced anew; the streets will run with blood, and the whole world will be in sorrow.'"

The Paris Commune - the first Communist revolution - took place in France in 1871. Mary was coming to crush the head of Communism long before it inundated the world from Russia, and she closed with the germ of Fatima: "My eyes are always watching you, I shall grant you many graces. Special graces will be given to all who ask for them, but people must pray." Saturday afternoon, November 27, 1830. In her hands she held a smaller ball, a golden one surmounted by a Cross, which represented the world. Our Lady was offering this to God, looking toward Heaven and praying for its acceptance by the Almighty. On her fingers were many rings, filled with jewels and precious stones, from which shining rays of light descended. Our Lady said to Sister Laboure: "This ball which you see is the world, France in particular, and each person individually. I am praying for it and for everyone in the world. The rays which fall on this ball are the graces which I give to those who ask for them. But there are no rays from some of the stones. For many people fail to receive graces because they neglect to ask for them."

After a time the small ball representing the world in Our Lady's hands vanished and she lowered her arms outstretched, and the rays glittered and glistened more brilliantly than before. Around her Queenly head appeared the luminous letters of the words: "O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to Thee." A frame of gold appeared around the entire vision as Our Lady said, "Have a medal struck after this model. All who wear it will receive great graces; it should be worn around the neck. Great graces will be given to those who wear it with confidence." The apparition turned, revealing the model for the obverse. This was a large "M," surmounted by a Cross on a bar. Below the "M" were two hearts, one encompassed with thorns, the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and the other pierced with a sword, the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Encircling the whole were twelve stars bordering the golden elliptical frame.

The Archbishop of Paris ordered the medal struck immediately and ordered the first quantity for himself. Our Lady had opened the great drama. This was her first official herald, the Heaven-sent insignia of the modern Age of Mary. It was to be called the "Medal of the Immaculate Conception," the prayer inscribed on it honored Our Lady's unique privilege: "O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to Thee." It would prepare the world for the great declaration of a quarter of a century later when Pius IX would declare the great dogma of the Immaculate Conception as an article of faith, an essential element of Catholic belief.


The medals of the Immaculate Conception streamed from the presses by the millions. They overflowed France into the world beyond. Not long after there was an epidemic in France. The death rate soared and medical science was unable to cope with the crisis. People turned to the Sisters of Charity who gave them the Medal of the Immaculate Conception with the assurance that great graces would be showered upon all who would wear it with confidence, especially if it were worn around the neck. After the first cures, people demanded it excitedly. The Archbishop of Paris found it efficacious to secure the return to the Church of an archbishop nearby who repented on his deathbed. He died in the arms of his fellow prelate. So many favors, cures and conversions were effected through its instrumentality that its name and doctrinal significance were lost in the clamor; it became known simply as 'The Miraculous Medal."

FRONT SIDE

The front of the medal represents St Mary standing on a globe as a Queen of Heaven and Earth, while crushing the head of a serpent (evil) with her foot. The figure of the Virgin is surrounded by the phrase, "Oh Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee." On the bottom, the date 1830 reminds us about the creation of the medal.


REVERSE SIDE
The reverse side of the medal represents many different symbols: 12 stars (the 12 apostles), two hearts (the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary), the letter M (Mary) and the Cross of Redemption (Christ).

ST. MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL

BY JAMES DAY

One of the best, most easy-to-read books
on St. Michael the Archangel available

28" STAINLESS STEEL CHAIN NECKLACE

Available in 16-30", but 28" is a good length to fit over one's neck without un-clasping it.

ST. MICHAEL RING

SILVER & BLACK

ST. MICHAEL THE

WARRIOR STATUE

10" HEIGHT

ST. MICHAEL IS NOT HAPPY WITH THE DEVIL. PERHAPS THAT'S WHY HE DECAPITATED HIM IN THIS DEPICTION.


Wavy Sword = Symbol in iconography that the sword is on fire

Hebrew Letters on Sword = מי כאל‎ = 'Michael' = 'Who is Like God?"

ST. MICHAEL THE

WARRIOR STATUE

16" HEIGHT

ST. MICHAEL IS NOT HAPPY WITH THE DEVIL. PERHAPS THAT'S WHY HE DECAPITATED HIM IN THIS DEPICTION.


Wavy Sword = Symbol in iconography that the sword is on fire

Hebrew Letters on Sword = מי כאל‎ = 'Michael' = 'Who is Like God?"

WHAT ARE
CHALLENGE COINS?

The gifting of Challenge Coins, also known as Commander's Coins, are a military tradition in which commanders give coins to service members often with a squadron insignia or other meaningful symbolic emblem to recognize their service-related achievements, boost morale, & give a sense of belonging. They show concrete appreciation on the spot for a job well done. They are a way of entering into remembrance of a hard mission or personal milestone.

Christian challenge coins can function in a similar way to give recognition, they can be purchased by an individual to remind them of a particular Bible verse or to have a striking image that draws them into prayer that can be carried in their pocket or wallet. Such items are often referred to as an 'Every Day Carry' or EDC, which is a catch-all term describing any essential item that one chooses to always carry on their person.

The Warriors of St. Michael encourages you to purchase coins that have an impact you, and when you see a brother Warrior going above & beyond, or exhibiting extraordinary virtue, have a coin on hand to recognize them & to remind them how pleased God is at the virtue they have demonstrated. It's a tangible way to create a culture of brotherly encouragement & perhaps recognize a brother who is not used to receiving that kind of affirmation. It's a way to increase that sense of belonging among all Warriors, & make sure that every brother who attends a WSM gathering is seen & known. In that way, we reflect the heart of God the Father for that brother, & that instant affirmation also reinforces them to continue to practicing that virtue in their lives moving forward.

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ST. MICHAEL
"QUIS UT DEUS SHIELD"

ST. MICHAEL DESIGN #1

FRONT SIDE:

Contains the phrase 'QUIS UT DEUS' which is the latin translation of the name 'MICHAEL' which in English is 'WHO IS LIKE GOD?' This is a rhetorical question, highlighting St. Michael's fierce defense of the fact that NO ONE is comparable to our God.

REVERSE SIDE:

Contains the striking image of the statue in front of St. Michael's Church in Hamburg, Germany

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