Christian relics


RARE ST. MARCELINA DAROWSKA RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/4") containing a vestment relic of St. Marcelina Darowska. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration. Comes with an extra relic card.
Blessed Marcelina Darowska (January 16, 1827 – January 5, 1911), was a Polish nun who was beatified by the then Pope John Paul II at Saint Peter's Square in Rome in the year 1996. She was inspired by the Virgin Mary to cofound the Congregation of the Sisters of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, an active religious order in Poland, Belarus and the Ukraine.

B. MARIA CANDIDA OF THE EUCHARIST RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/4") containing a rare ex ossibus relic of B. Maria Candida of the Eucharist. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration.
Daughter of Pietro Barba, an appelate court judge. Raised in Palermo, Sicily. She made her first Communion at age 10, and had an intense devotion to the Eucharist from a very early age. At fifteen she felt a call to religious life, but her family, though pious, opposed her vocation. She was 35 when she was able to follow the call, and she entered the Discalced Teresian Carmel at Ragusa, Italy on 25 September 1919, taking the name Maria Candida of the Eucharist. Eucharistic devotion dominated her spiritual life, and she would spend hours before the Host. Prioress of her house from 1924 to 1947. Greatly expanded the Carmel in Sicily, and promoted devotion to Saint Teresa of Jesus and her Rule within her Order. Wrote a small book titled The Eucharist, a description of her experiences and theological meditations on them.

B. MARY OF JESUS RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/4") containing a rare ex corpore (from the body) relic of B. Mary of Jesus. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration.

ST. NUNO OF SAINT MARY RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/4") containing a rare ex calce sepulcri (from the stone of the tomb) relic of St. Nuno of Saint Mary. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration.
Cousin of the founder of the noble Braganza family. Constable of the kingdom of Portugal, a knight, and a prior in the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem. Married. Career soldier, fighting for, and a hero of Portuguese independence. Widower. Lay-brother in the Order of Friars of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel at Lisbon, Portugal in 1423, taking the name Nuno of Saint Mary. He undertook the meanest duties in the friary, begging alms from door to door. Founded a monastery at Lisbon. Noted for a life of prayer, penance, and devotion to Our Lady.

ST. PETER OF ALCANTARA RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/4") containing a vestment relic of St. Peter of Alcantara. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration.
Son of Peter Garavita, governor of the palace; his mother was a member of the noble family of Sanabia. Peter studied grammar and philosophy at Alcantara, and both civil and canon law at Salamanca University. Franciscan at age 16 at Manjarez. Founded the friary at Babajoz at age 20, and served as its superior. Ordained in 1524 at age 25. Noted preacher. A recluse by nature, he lived at the convent of Saint Onophrius, a remote location where he could study and pray between missions. Franciscan provincial for Saint Gabriel in Estremadura, Spain in 1538. Worked in Lisbon, Portugal in 1541 to help reform the Order. In 1555 he started the Alcantarine reforms, now known as the Strictest Obeservance. Commissioner of his Order in Spain in 1556. Provincial of his reformed Order in 1561. Friend and confessor of Saint Teresa of Avila, and assisted her in 1559 during her work to reform her own Order. Mystic and writer whose works were used by Saint Francis de Sales.

RARE ST. VINCENT PALOTTI RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/4") containing a rare ex ossibus relic of St. Vincent Palotti. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration.
Born to the Italian nobility. Priest. Taught theology. He lived in constant danger working with the sick during a cholera epidemic. Highly successful fund-raiser for charities for the poor. Founded guilds for workers, agricultural schools, loan associations, orphanages and homes for girls. Felt a strong calling to bring Christ to Muslims, and founded a program to incorporate lay people in the apostolate of priests. Founded the Pious Society of Missions (Pallottines) for urban mission work. Started the special observance of the Octave of Epiphany for the reunion of the Eastern and Roman Churches, and the return of the Church in England.

2 RARE RELICS WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/4") containing 2 rare ex ossibus relics: St. Adauctus and St. Joseph Khang. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration.
Saint Joseph Khang: Dominican tertiary. Catechist. Servant to Saint Jerome Hermosilla. Tried to help Saint Jerome escape from prison. Captured, he was lashed, tortured, and martyred in the persecutions of Tu-Duc.

B. ANNE MARIE TAIGI RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/2") containing a rare ex corpore (from the body) relic of B. Anne Marie Taigi. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration.
Daughter Luigi Giannetti and Maria Masi. Her father was a pharmacist in Siena, Italy, but his business went bankrupt when Anna Marie was five years old. The family moved to Rome, Italy in search of work, but Luigi could only find a job as a household servant. Anne was married on 7 January 1789 to Dominico Taigi, a butler to the noble family of Chigi. She was married for 48 years, and mother of seven, two of whom died very young. Anne Marie was always very concerned about her dress and appearance, far more than would be expected of a working class mother. Life at home was not always peaceful, Dominico could be ill-tempered and caustic, and Anne was known to have had an adulterous affair with an older man. But one day while at prayer at Saint Peters Cathedral, she felt a sudden strong inspiration to ignore the things of this world. She began to live a more austere life, and to listen to the Spirit. Trinitarian tertiary. She found holy spiritual directors, gave all she could to the poor, visited the sick, and counselled many of the patients at the hospital of San Giacomo of the Incurables. She worked hard to evangelize her own family, changing her husbands demeanor, and they all regularly assembled in a small personal chapel to pray together. As the years went on and Anne Marie devoted herself more and more to prayer, she began to receive mystical gifts, including prophecy and clairvoyance. She sometimes went into ecstacies, and received heavenly and prophetic visions. Her simple presence had a powerful effect on many, and she helped with many conversions. Counsellor to cardinals, royalty and three popes. Because of her charismatic gifts, and her lack of concern about worldly matters, Anne was often the topic of gossip and sander, but she was the recipient of public veneration soon after her death, and her Cause for beatification began in 1863.

RARE B. LUIGI MARIA MONTI RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1") containing a precious ex corpore (from the body) relic of B. Aloysius Maria Monti. I've been unable to open the theca, it seems to be stuck or glued. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration. Comes with an extra Holy card.

RARE ST. ALBERT OF SICILY RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/4") containing a precious ex ossibus relic of St. Albert of Sicily. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration. Comes with an extra Holy card.
Albert’s parents promised that if they were blessed with a son, he would be dedicated to Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Educated in a Carmelite monastery, and joined the Order at age 18. Priest. Teacher in the monastery. Mendicant preacher to the Sicilians, making many conversions; especially devoted to, and successful with, Sicilian Jews. Miracle worker. Sicilian Carmelite provincial in 1257, and worked both as preacher and administrator. In 1301, the city of Messina, Italy was under siege and blockade by Duke Robert of Calabria, Italy. Disease ridden and facing imminent starvation, the Messina city fathers asked Albert and the monastery for intervention. Albert celebrated Mass, offering it as a plea for God‘s deliverance. As he finished, three ships loaded with grain ran the blockade. The city was saved from starvation, and Robert lifted the seige. Albert was so well remembered for this intervention that a city gate was dedicated in his honor over 300 years later. In his later years, Albert retired to a small monastery near Messina, and spent his time in prayer, meditation, and communion.

RARE ST. HANNIBAL MARY DI FRANCIA RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/4") containing a precious ex corpore (from the body) relic of St. Hannibal Mary di Francia. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration.
Third of four children of Francis the Marquises of Saint Catherine of Jonio, a Papal Vice-Consul, a knight, and Honorary Captain of the Navy; his mother was Anna Toscano, an Italian aristocrat. His father died when Hannibal was fifteen months old. The boy developed a devotion to the Eucharist and the Virgin Mary. At age 17, while in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament, he received a call to religious life. Ordained 16 March 1878. Immediately after he moved into the Avignone ghetto, one the most impoverished areas he could find, and began a life’s work with the poor. In 1882 he founded the Anthonian Orphanages, so-called because they were under the patronage of Saint Anthony of Padua; they were noted for their operation as an extended family. In order to expand this work to a much larger sphere of physically and spiritually poor he founded The Daughters of Divine Zeal in 1887, and The Rogationists in 1897; they were canonically approved on 6 August 1926. He believed in the need for a strong priesthood; he started the Holy Alliance and Pious Union of the Evangelical Rogation, worldwide movements of prayer for vocations, and published the periodical God and Neighbor with information about these movements and their work. He worked to be a model for the seminarians who came to work in his schools, and cared for the physical and spiritual needs of his brothers and sisters in the religious life. He was considered a saint during his life, and received a vision of the Virgin Mary just before his death. The groups he founded continue to day, working all over the world in prayer, publishing, orphanages, schools, training for the deaf and mute, care for the aged, home for single mothers, and schools of all types.

RARE B. JOSEPH ALLAMANO RELICS WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/4") containing a precious hair relic and vestment relic of B. Joseph Allamano. As stated in the authentic there is no seal. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration. Comes with an extra Holy card.
Fourth of five children; nephew of Saint John Cafasso. His father died when Joseph was three years old. Studied at the Salesian Oratory in Valdocco, Italy; Saint John Bosco was one of Giuseppe's spiritual directors. He entered the diocesan seminary of Turin, Italy in November 1866. Ordained on 20 September 1873. Spiritual director of the Turin seminary. Appointed rector of the Consolata Shrine on 2 October 1880; he remodeled the shrine, and made it a source for spiritual renewal throughout the diocese. Founded the Consolata Missionary Priests and Brothers on 29 January 1901; the first missionaries reached Kenya in 1902. On 29 January 1910 he founded the Consolata Missionary Sisters for women with a missionary vocation.

RARE B. ALBERTINA BERKENBROCK RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/4") containing a precious ex cineribus (from the flesh) relic of B. Albertina Berkenbrock. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration.
Lay person in the diocese of Tubarao, Brazil. Raised in a pious family who insured that Albertina had a strong foundation in the faith. Baptized on 25 May 1919, Confirmed on 9 March 1925, and made her First Communion on 16 August 1928. At age 12 she was attacked by one of her father's employees, who tried to rape her. She fought back; when he realized he would fail and she would identify him, the attacker killed Albertina; she is considered a martyr in the defense of chastity.

RARE B. BARTHOLOMEW LONGO RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (3/4") containing a precious ex ossibus relic of B. Bartholomew Longo. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration.
Son of a physician, Longo was born financially well off, and received a good education, both secular and Christian, and attended a Piarist school until age sixteen. Raised in a pious family; they prayed the Rosary together each night. An excellent student, Barolo was skilled in literature, oratory, fencing, dancing, music, and other arts, could play flute and piano, directed a school band; was also known to be restless, and had difficulty sitting through classes. Studied law at the University of Naples where received his degree in 1864, but where he fell into a dissolute and worldly life. Following a philosophy class taught by a fallen-away priest, Longo moved from indifference to the Church to ridicule, to open hostility. He participated in street demonstrations against the Pope, then dabbled in occult nonsense like magnetism and spiritism, tipping tables and contacting the spirit world through mediums. Burning his bridges, he finally became a Satanist, and with some further study, a Satanist priest. Bartholomew’s family and friends refused to give up on the young man, praying for his return to the faith, and pecking away at his interest in Satan. Vincente Pepe, a respected professor from his home town, convinced him to turn from the occult, and a Dominican friar named Father Albert guided him through his return to the Church in a process we would today call deprogramming. Longo finally recovered his senses and his faith, and became a Dominican tertiary on 25 March 1871, taking the name Fratel Rosario (Brother Rosary). Bartholomew wanted to do something to make amends for his apostasy, and began preaching against the occult in the places where college students frequented. Father Albert helped him join a group of local lay people working for the poor. Seeing the terrible, grinding poverty that was the lot of most, he wanted to do something to help, and had a sudden inspiration that the Rosary would become the key. He established a shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary in the valley of Pompei and used a discarded painting of Mary under that title as its visual. Pilgrims came, miracles occurred, the crowds grew, and the local bishop asked Bartholomew to construct a new church. Work on the church began in 1876, it was dedicated in 1887, given to the papacy on 19 February 1894, was designated a basilica in 1901 by Pope Leo XIII, and today receives about 10,000 pilgrims a day. Bartholomew and Mariana, the widowed Countess di Fusco, constructed other charitable institutions nearby forming what became known as the City of Charity or City of Mary. To staff the orphanage in the City, Longo founded the Daughters of the Rosary of Pompeii. He established a trade school for the Sons of the Imprisoned, boys whose fathers were in jail, and placed it under the direction of the Brothers of Christian Schools. The success of the school disproved the contemporary assumption that children of criminals were doomed to be criminals themselves, and in 1922 he established a sister school for the daughters of prisoners. Because Bartholomew and Mariana worked together so much, gossip developed that they were romantically involved. To prevent their good work from being tainted by this talk, the two married in April 1885, but lived together chastely in keeping with private vows. It was not enough for some, however, and in the first years of this century he was accused of adultery, profiteering, dishonesty, even insanity. In 1906, Pope Saint Pius IX asked Longo to retire as administrator for the good of the City, and he did, handing it over to the papacy, and taking a job in the City as a regular employee. Made a Knight of the Guard Cross of the Holy Sepulcher in 1925.

RARE B. MANTUANI RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/4") containing a precious ex ossibus relic of B. Baptista Mantuani (Spagnuoli). Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration.
Blessed Baptistae Mantuani : Son of Peter Spagnoli, a Spanish nobleman assigned to the court in Mantua. Studied in Padua where a wild life put him briefly at the mercy of loan sharks, and got him thrown out of his father's house. Drifted through Venice. Experienced a conversion. Carmelite at age 16 at Ferrara. Elected vicar-general of his congregation six times. Prior-general of the Carmelites in 1513. Noted poet, writing over 55,000 lines of Latin verse; has been criticized for excessive use of pagan mythological images in his work, but was referred to as the Good old Mantuan by Shakespeare in Love's Labour Lost. Eminent representative of Italian Christian Humanism.

ST. JOSEPH OF LEONESSA RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/4") containing a rare ex indumentis relic of St. Joseph of Leonessa. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration.
Third of eight children born to John Desideri, a wool merchant, and Serafina Paolini. His parents died when the boy was 12 years old, and he was raised and educated by his uncle Battista Desideri, a teacher in Viterbo, Italy. Desideri arranged a marriage for Eufranio with a local noble family, but the young man felt a call to religious life. Worry over his vocation, and fear of hurting his uncle, made Eufranio sick; he returned to Leonessa, Italy to recover. There he met, and was greatly impressed by, a group of Capuchin monks. When Eufranio told his uncle of his desire to join them, Desideri insisted that he continue his studies. Eufranio agreed, and moved to Spoleto, Italy to do so, but kept in contact with the monks. Following a novitiate year in which the monks did everything to test and dissuade the young man, he joined the Capuchin Franciscans on 8 January 1573 at age 18, taking the religious name Joseph. Suffered through several self-imposed austerities including fasting three days a week and sleeping on bare boards. Ordained at Amelia, Italy on 24 September 1580. Preacher throughout the regions of Umbria, Lazio and Abruzzi regions of Italy. Father Joseph once converted an entire band of 50 highway bandits, who then showed up as a group for his Lent sermons. Missionary to Muslim Pera near Constantinople (modern Istanbul, Turkey), receiving his commision on 1 August 1587. Chaplain for 4,000 Christian galley slaves. He often offered to take the place of some slave who was being worked to death, but the authorities never accepted. Ministering to prisoners in a remote camp, he once got home late, and was forced to sleep outside the walls of his assigned area; he was charged with being a spy for being in the wrong place, and spent a month in jail. He preached to any who would listen, brought lapsed Christians back to the Church and converted Muslims. Worked with prisoners during a plague outbreak. Joseph repeatedly sought an audience with the Sultan; he planned to ask for a decree of religious freedom. His forceful methods led to his being arrested and condemned to death for trespassing on royal property. Hung by hooks over a smoky fire for three days, he was freed (legend says by an angel), and returned to Italy, in autumn 1589. There he resumed his vocation of wandering preacher to small villages throughout the country. Preached to and for the poor, and spread the teachings of the Council of Trent. Helped establish hospitals, homeless shelters, and food banks. Ministered in prisons, to the sick, and the poor. With his crucifix in hand, he would wade into gang fights and brawls, praying, and preaching peace and good sense.

B. LUIGI GUANELLA RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful reliquary (1 1/4") containing a rare ex ossibus relic of B. Luigi Guanella. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic. For public or private veneration.
Ninth of thirteen children born to Lawrence and Maria Guanella, a poor but pious family. Luigi entered seminary at age twelve, and was ordained on 26 May 1866. He worked with Saint John Bosco from 1875 to 1878 to care for homeless children. Youth director in Turin, Italy. Parish priest in Traona, Itay, where he opened a school for the poor; local anti-Catholic Masons forced its closure in 1881. Parish priest in Pianello del Lario, Italy in 1881 where he founded an orphanage and nursing home. In 1886 the need had outgrown the facility, and Father Luigi moved the home to a larger building which he called the Little House of Divine Providence. There he founded the Daughters of Saint Mary of Providence to minister to the residents; the congregation received papal approval in 1917, and today has over 1,200 sisters working in over 100 homes. In 1908 Luigi founded a men’s congregation, the Servants of Charity (Guanellians) which received papal approval in 1928 and 1935, and today has over 500 brothers in over 50 houses. Father Luigi never bothered to retire, continuing to write meditations and inspirational works, and mininster to those in need. Friend and advisor to Blessed Andrea Carlo Ferrari and Pope Saint Pius X. He reclaimed marsh land in the Sondrio region, and built an institute for the handicapped. He worked in the United States with Italian immigrants in 1912. In 1913 he founded the Confraternity of Saint Joseph whose mission is to pray for the dying, and which today has 10 million members. In 1915, just months before his death, Luigi went into the fields to minister to those who had been harmed by a series of earthquakes in the region.

VERY RARE DOCTORATE IN CANON LAW DIPLOMA!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful, Morocco leather bound booklet (10" tall and 7" wide) The document is a diploma for a Doctorate in Canon Law from the Pontifical Gregorian university in Rome. It's the Jesuit university, that's the reason for the Jesuit wax seal. Rare find!!!

RARE ST. LEOPOLD III RELIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful, antique, reliquary (1") containing a rare ex ossibus relic of St. Leoplod III. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place.
Grandson of Emperor Henry III. Grandfather of Frederick Barbarossa. Educated by bishop Altman of Passau, Germany. At age 23 he succeeded his father as margrave (military governor) of Austria. Married to Agnes, widowed daughter of Emperor Henry IV. She brought two children into the marriage, and they had eighteenof their own, eleven of whom survived. Father of Otto of Freising, who wrote Leopold’s biography, and of Duke Henry II of Austria, and step-father to King Conrad III of Germany. Founded Benedictine, Cistercian and Augustinian houses in 1106, and others later in life; houses in Heiligenkreuz, Klosterneuburg, and Mariazell still exist. Defeated the Hungarians to defend his homeland. Arranged the Concordat of Worms in 1122, an agreement that ended the battle over royal versus ecclesiastical investiture. Refused the throne of the Holy Roman Emperor in 1125. Active in support of the First Crusade.

RARE ST. ALBERT THE GREAT RELIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful, antique, silver reliquary (1 1/2") containing a rare ex ossibus relic of St. Albert the Great. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place.
Son of a military nobleman. Dominican. Priest. Taught theology at Cologne, Germany, and Paris, France. Teacher of Saint Thomas Aquinas. Influential teacher, preacher, and administrator. Bishop of Regensburg, Germany. Introduced Greek and Arabic science and philosophy to medieval Europe. Known for his wide interest in what became known later as the natural sciences – botany, biology, etc. Wrote and illustrated guides to his observations, and was considered on a par with Aristotle as an authority on these matters. Theological writer. Doctor of the Church.

RARE ST. ISABELLE RELIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful, antique, silver reliquary (1 1/2") containing a rare ex ossibus relic of St. Isabelle. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place.

RARE 18TH CENTURY THECA 9 RELICS (DE LACTE BVM)!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful, antique, 18th century double sided reliquary (1 1/2" by 2") containing 9 precious relics: from the breastmilk of the Blessed Virgin Mary (De Lacte B. Maria Virg.), St. Felicis, St. Louis King, St. Damianus, St. Otillo, St. Theo., from the 11000 Virgins, St. Anianus and St. Jucunda. There are remains of a miniature painting on the backing depicting the Blessed Virgin Mary. Rare find!!!

RARE ST. FAUSTUS MARTYR RELIC

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful, antique, reliquary (1 1/2") containing a rare ex ossibus relic of St. Faustus the martyr. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place.

PRECIOUS TRUE CROSS RELIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful, antique, silver reliquary (1 1/2") containing a rare and precious relic of the True Cross of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place.

RARE ROYAL FLEURS DE LYS RELIQUARY!!!

I am pleased to offer for your consideration this absolutely beautiful, antique, finely engraved, fleurs de lys shaped Altar reliquary (4" wide and 9" tall) containing 4 precious relics: St. Anne, St. Vincent de Paul, St. Elizabeth and St. John the Baptist. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Note that some decorative pearls are loose in the theca but relics are solid in place. Beautiful reliquary, rarely seen shape.

RARE HOLY NAIL RELIC WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful, 19th century, Holy Nail Of Our Lord Jesus Christ relic (5"). Seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Holy Nail relics were given out in a limited number by the Basilic of the Holy Cross of Jerusalem in Rome, one of the four major Pontificial Basilics in Rome. They've touched one of the True Nails and some say they contain iron particles of one of the True Nails that has been melted to allow worlwide veneration.

RARE APOSTLE RELIQUARY WITH AUTHENTIC!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful silver reliquary (1 1/2") containing rare ex ossibus relics of St. Peter and St. Paul Apostles. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place. Comes with the authentic dated 1903. For public or private veneration.

ROUND THECA WITH 4 RARE RELICS!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful, antique, silver reliquary (1") containing 4 rare ex ossibus relic: St. Donatus, St. Macharius, St. Gislenus and St. Hubertus. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place.

RARE DOUBLE SIDED THECA WITH 10 PRECIOUS RELICS!!!

I am very pleased to offer for your consideration this beautiful, antique, silver reliquary (1 1/4") containing 10 rare relics: Blessed Virgin Mary, St. Joseph, St. Roch, St. Anna, St. Anthony of Padua, St. Donatus, St. Coleta, St. Hubertus, St. Barbara and St. Macharius. Wax seal and threads unbroken and all in place.
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