The most durable and comfortable scapular in the world!

Don't be caught dead without one!

The most durable and comfortable scapular in the world!

Don’t be caught dead without one!

SHOP

The most durable and comfortable scapular in the world!

Don't be caught dead without one!

SHOP

Our founder, Steve Kerekes, discovered the devotion to the brown scapular while embarking for a dangerous job in Alaska and desiring the certainty and gentleness of Our Lady’s protection.

After 20 years of complaining about poor quality scapulars, he finally decided to do something about it. A scapular is a sign of a covenant that should last a lifetime. That’s why we only use the highest quality materials from around the globe to create the most comfortable, durable scapulars in the world.

You deserve a scapular as strong as your devotion. Don’t be caught dead without one!

Premium Brown Scapular - Original

Premium Brown Scapular - Original

Premium Brown Scapular - Mini

Premium Brown Scapular - Mini

Strong

Super durable, American-made cord, because an unbroken promise deserves an unbreakable scapular.

Soft

A scapular isn’t a hair-shirt, people: it doesn’t have to feel itchy or uncomfortable. We use super-soft, Australian merino wool so it feels more like a warm hug from your mother than a tough penance.

Innovative

Our patent-pending design includes a pocket for your sacred medals—so they won’t wear down or break the cord.

Strong

Super durable, American-made cord makes this scapular the sturdiest in the world. In fact, if it wears out from normal use, we'll replace it for free!

Soft

A scapular isn’t a hair-shirt, people: it doesn’t have to feel itchy or uncomfortable. We use super-soft, Australian merino wool so it feels more like a warm hug from your mother than a tough penance.

Innovative

The "Original size" scapular’s patent-pending design includes a pocket for your sacred medals—so they won’t wear down or break the cord.

This isn't a get-out-of-hell-free card

The brown scapular is an outward sign of an inward devotion, not some sort of magical token. It’s a sign of Mary’s protection, a sign that is only meaningful if it is accompanied by prayer and fidelity. But how did this devotion come to be?

In 1251, the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to St. Simon Stock in Cambridge, England, and gave him the brown scapular as a sign of divine protection for his Carmelite order which was suffering oppression and hardship. In 1917, Our Lady of Fatima appeared holding a rosary and a brown scapular.

The rosary is our weapon and the scapular our shield. Wearing the brown scapular is a continuous expression of devotion—an exterior sign of interior fidelity.