Sacred Relics of the Saints (including our Lady’s veil & a piece of the True Cross) in Fitchburg MA Wed 6 PM

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Sacred Relics of the Saints (including our Lady's veil & a piece of the True Cross) in Fitchburg MA Wed 6 PM

St. Bernards Parish at St Camil­lus Church 333 Mechanic St in Fitch­burg is host­ing Fr. Car­los Mar­tin of the Com­pan­ions of the Cross in Cor­pus Christi. TX. He will be here with his spe­cial min­istry hos­ing a teach­ing lec­ture and expo­si­tion of Sacred Relics tonight at 6 PM.

150 relics of the saints, some as much as 2000 years old will be dis­played for veneration.

Among the trea­sures will be relics of St. bernard, St. Maric Goretti, St Therese of Lisieux (The Lit­tle Flower) St. Fran­cis of Assisi, St. Anthony of Padua. St. Thomas Aqua­nis and St. Faustina Kowalska.

There will also be part of Our Lady’s Veil and one of the largest remain­ing pieces of the True Cross in the world.

Atten­dees can exam­ine and ven­er­ate each relic and you are encour­aged to bring arti­cles of devo­tion and pic­tures of ill fam­ily and friends to the reli­quar­ies as a means of intercession.

Now that’s not some­thing you get in town every day (and wouldn’t you know I’m stuck working)!

St. Bernards Parish at St Camillus Church 333 Mechanic St in Fitchburg is hosting Fr. Carlos Martin of the Companions of the Cross in Corpus Christi. TX. He will be here with his special ministry hosing a teaching lecture and exposition of Sacred Relics tonight at 6 PM.

150 relics of the saints, some as much as 2000 years old will be displayed for veneration.

Among the treasures will be relics of St. bernard, St. Maric Goretti, St Therese of Lisieux (The Little Flower) St. Francis of Assisi, St. Anthony of Padua. St. Thomas Aquanis and St. Faustina Kowalska.

There will also be part of Our Lady’s Veil and one of the largest remaining pieces of the True Cross in the world.

Attendees can examine and venerate each relic and you are encouraged to bring articles of devotion and pictures of ill family and friends to the reliquaries as a means of intercession.

Now that’s not something you get in town every day (and wouldn’t you know I’m stuck working)!