A pyx is a special round container used in the Catholic church to carry the Eucharist to the sick and shut in.
A pyx also can be found throughout history as a small (usually fitting in the palm of the hand) round lidded box designed for many purposes.
We purposed these beautiful Brass St. Benedict Pyxes to hold Exorcism Salt. The Exorcism Salt is our gift (you are only paying for the Pyx) and will be added inside the pyx for safe keeping.
Comes packaged with a Holy Card and instructions.
Exorcist gives tips on how to ward off evil
Want to protect yourself, your family and your home? Go back to the basic sacramentals, like using holy water, exorcised oil and salt.
A Rome-based theologian and exorcist, Fr. Joseph Iannuzzi, advises us that these are some objects present-day believers could use to protect themselves from evil that usually goes unnoticed but is too common. In fact, he has stated that diabolical activities were more commonplace than people liked to believe.
He has even went as far as to say that “Any sense of fear or anxiety is an evil spirit… As St. Peter said in his letter, the devil roams the earth, looking for someone to devour.”
Fr. Iannuzzi has been assisting Fr. Gabriel Amorth, one of the chief exorcists, for years. He said that the devil has been able to roam undetected even to the point that we don’t believe he exists!
Stressing how potent sacramentals can be, Iannuzzi said these objects—such as holy water, exorcised oil and salt, scapulars and the Benedictine cross—should be used for protection against evil.
Iannuzzi has always advised Catholics to sprinkle their homes with holy water, exorcised oil and salt.
For those who have been using the sacramentals to ward off evil, they must not complain if they don’t feel any differently, Iannuzzi said.
“Often, the proof is precisely that nothing happens,” he said. “This is what is keeping your family safe, believe it or not.”
Fr. Joseph Iannuzzi was the assistant to Fr. Gabriel Amorth, Exorcist of Rome. A theological & doctoral alumnus of the Gregorian Pontifical University of Rome, he is the author of a number of books on mystical and dogmatic theology.