During the pause in renovation works and while we renew our tax-exempt charity status, we have temporarily suspended fundraising activities in the U.S., including gifts in support of The Saint Germain Society. Please contact us for further details.
The Saint Germain Society
These five extraordinary Medallions were painted by Hippolyte Flandrin, a student and acolyte of Ingres. The Medallions stand at the center of a choir once known as ‘The Apostles’ Choir’. Following the completion of these Medallions in 1848, the choir took on the name it is known by today: ‘The Monks’ Choir’.
The four evangelists of the New Testament – Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John – are symbolized by ancient iconographs, these being The Angel, The Lion, the Bull, and the Eagle. In the very center is a fifth medallion which is the Lamb of God representing the Holy Mysteries.
Please consider joining the Saint Germain Society by sponsoring one of these unique and remarkable Medallions. A tax-deductible* donation of $5,000 entitles the sponsor to adopt one of the five extraordinary, and now recently restored, Evangelist Medallions.