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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: This is a unique Relic Card of Saint Ubald of Gubbio. Special item available only from the ... morePolish nuns. Credit Card Size. R E L I C M. In. Today venerated as a by the. is still celebrated at Gubbio in his honor. As well as at. Gubbio. Italy; against possession; Sick children; people suffering from. Very elegant. Very limited stock. Once they are gone. they will be gone! The phrase Ex indumentis is for"from the clothing" Most commonly used when referring to 2nd Class holy of or blessed individuals In proper ecclesiastical phraseology. Ex indumentis should only be used when referring to an article or fragment of clothing that was owned or used by a saint(or similarly blessed individual. In recent years. Contemporary manufacturers of relic medals, holy plaques, saint statues and religious trinkets have begun to label their items as being ex indumentis even though they are not such; rather. They are merely pieces of cloth or canvas that have been touched to an actual relic of the saint, then stamped out en-masse to be attached to their souvenir medals or statues. As such, they are 3rd-class relics and not 2nd-class relics, as the phrase ex indumentis implies. We combine shipping cost for you! you only pay for shipping once! THIS ITEM WAS BROUGHT FOR YOUR YOU FROM POLISH NUNS! RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fvo%7B%3Dd70f%2Bf%60%60%3E-14381a6a1c4-0xfe-
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Medal of Blessed each medal is 0.5" big 1 buy it now = 1 medal Daughter of Giuseppe ... morePicco. A famous touring. And Adelaide del Corno. Because her parents lived on the road, Eugenia was raised for years by her; however. At one point Adalaide returned alone, Eugenia moved in with her. And from that point grew up in a morally corrupt environment. To escape her‘s house. Eugenia spent part of every day at the nearby of Ambrose. Around the age of 20. Eugenia felt a call to religious life and joined the in. Under the direction of its founder, she began her in. On. And made her final vows in. Eugenia served as. General secretary, member of the council, and then as Superior General of the from until her in. She suffered throughout her adult life with a degenerative bone disease. And in it led to the of her right leg. A courageous. She enriched the spiritual and cultural formation of the. And was known for her devotion to the and her work with the. Especially. Very elegant. Very limited stock! Once they are gone. they will be gone! The phrase Ex indumentis is for"from the clothing" Most commonly used when referring to 2nd Class holy of or blessed individuals In proper ecclesiastical phraseology. Ex indumentis should only be used when referring to an article or fragment of clothing that was owned or used by a saint(or similarly blessed individual. In recent years. Contemporary manufacturers of relic medals, holy plaques, saint statues and religious trinkets have begun to label their items as being ex indumentis even though they are not such; rather. They are merely pieces of cloth or canvas that have been touched to an actual relic of the saint, then stamped out en-masse to be attached to their souvenir medals or statues. As such. They are 3rd-class relics and not 2nd-class relics, as the phrase ex indumentis implies. FREE SHIPPING! On Jul-19-14 at 22:01:59 PDT. Seller added the following information:
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Medal of Saint Kinga of Poland each medal is 0.5" big 1 buy it now = 1 medal ... moreR E L I C Saint Kinga of Poland(also known as Cunegunda. Kunigunda, Kunegunda, Cunegundes, Kioga, Zinga; Święta Kinga. Szent Kinga) March 5. 1224– July 24, 1292) is a in the and patroness of and. Very elegant. Very limited stock! Once they are gone. they will be gone! The phrase Ex indumentis is for"from the clothing" Most commonly used when referring to 2nd Class holy of or blessed individuals In proper ecclesiastical phraseology. Ex indumentis should only be used when referring to an article or fragment of clothing that was owned or used by a saint(or similarly blessed individual. In recent years. Contemporary manufacturers of relic medals, holy plaques, saint statues and religious trinkets have begun to label their items as being ex indumentis even though they are not such; rather. They are merely pieces of cloth or canvas that have been touched to an actual relic of the saint, then stamped out en-masse to be attached to their souvenir medals or statues. As such. They are 3rd-class relics and not 2nd-class relics, as the phrase ex indumentis implies. FREE SHIPPING!
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Medal of Blessed Petra of Saint Joseph Perez Florido each medal is 0.5" big 1 ... morebuy it now = 1 medal Founder of the Institute of the Mothers of the Helpless and of Saint Joseph of the Mountain. Born in Málaga. Spain. Died in Barcelona, Spain. Very elegant. Very limited stock! Once they are gone. they will be gone! The phrase Ex indumentis is for"from the clothing" Most commonly used when referring to 2nd Class holy of or blessed individuals In proper ecclesiastical phraseology. Ex indumentis should only be used when referring to an article or fragment of clothing that was owned or used by a saint(or similarly blessed individual. In recent years. Contemporary manufacturers of relic medals, holy plaques, saint statues and religious trinkets have begun to label their items as being ex indumentis even though they are not such; rather. They are merely pieces of cloth or canvas that have been touched to an actual relic of the saint, then stamped out en-masse to be attached to their souvenir medals or statues. As such. They are 3rd-class relics and not 2nd-class relics, as the phrase ex indumentis implies. FREE SHIPPING! On Jul-19-14 at 22:01:59 PDT. Seller added the following information:
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Medal of Saint Peter Canisius 2" x 3.5" 1 buy it now = 1 medal R E L I C ... morePeter Canisius. Pieter Kanis) 8 May 1521– 21 December 1597) was an important who helped people understand the Catholic faith during the in, And. The restoration of the in Germany after the is largely attributed to the work there of the Society of Jesus. Which he led. He is in the as a and as a. Catholic press. Germany, Very elegant. Very limited stock! Once they are gone. they will be gone! The phrase Ex indumentis is for"from the clothing" Most commonly used when referring to 2nd Class holy of or blessed individuals In proper ecclesiastical phraseology. Ex indumentis should only be used when referring to an article or fragment of clothing that was owned or used by a saint(or similarly blessed individual. In recent years. Contemporary manufacturers of relic medals, holy plaques, saint statues and religious trinkets have begun to label their items as being ex indumentis even though they are not such; rather. They are merely pieces of cloth or canvas that have been touched to an actual relic of the saint, then stamped out en-masse to be attached to their souvenir medals or statues. As such. They are 3rd-class relics and not 2nd-class relics, as the phrase ex indumentis implies. FREE SHIPPING! 1?RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Feog4d72f%2B%3E%3B1%3F-14760e5d850-0x115-
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: This is a unique lot of 10 Relic Rosaries of Saint Teresa of The Andes. Special item available ... moreonly from the Polish nuns. R E L I C Teresa De Andes also known as Saint Teresa of Jesus of the Andes( Teresa de Jesús de los Andes) Was a of the order who was as a by the. young people, Very elegant. Very limited stock. Once they are gone. they will be gone! The phrase Ex indumentis is for"from the clothing" Most commonly used when referring to 2nd Class holy of or blessed individuals In proper ecclesiastical phraseology. Ex indumentis should only be used when referring to an article or fragment of clothing that was owned or used by a saint(or similarly blessed individual. In recent years. Contemporary manufacturers of relic medals, holy plaques, saint statues and religious trinkets have begun to label their items as being ex indumentis even though they are not such; rather. They are merely pieces of cloth or canvas that have been touched to an actual relic of the saint, then stamped out en-masse to be attached to their souvenir medals or statues. As such, they are 3rd-class relics and not 2nd-class relics, as the phrase ex indumentis implies. We combine shipping cost for you! you only pay for shipping once! THIS ITEM WAS BROUGHT FOR YOUR YOU FROM POLISH NUNS!
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Rosary of Saint Josep Manyanet Vives Total length of the rosary from the end of the ... morecross to the middle of 3rd decade is 2 feet(60cm) R E L I C Josep Manyanet Vives(7 January 1833– 17 December 1901) was a priest who is venerated as a saint in the. He founded the. A of. Very elegant. Very limited stock. Once they are gone. they will be gone! The phrase Ex indumentis is for"from the clothing" Most commonly used when referring to 2nd Class holy of or blessed individuals In proper ecclesiastical phraseology. Ex indumentis should only be used when referring to an article or fragment of clothing that was owned or used by a saint(or similarly blessed individual. In recent years. Contemporary manufacturers of relic medals, holy plaques, saint statues and religious trinkets have begun to label their items as being ex indumentis even though they are not such; rather. They are merely pieces of cloth or canvas that have been touched to an actual relic of the saint, then stamped out en-masse to be attached to their souvenir medals or statues. As such. They are 3rd-class relics and not 2nd-class relics, as the phrase ex indumentis implies. free shipping! On Jul-19-14 at 22:01:59 PDT. Seller added the following information:
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Medal Saint Arcangelo Tadini each medal is 0.5" big 1 buy it now = 1 medal Saint ... moreArcangelo Tadini(12 October 1846. Verolanuova- 20 May 1912) was a Catholic priest who was beatified on 24 October 2001 and canonized on 19 April 2009. Founded the. Very elegant. Very limited stock! Once they are gone. they will be gone! The phrase Ex indumentis is for"from the clothing" Most commonly used when referring to 2nd Class holy of or blessed individuals In proper ecclesiastical phraseology. Ex indumentis should only be used when referring to an article or fragment of clothing that was owned or used by a saint(or similarly blessed individual. In recent years. Contemporary manufacturers of relic medals, holy plaques, saint statues and religious trinkets have begun to label their items as being ex indumentis even though they are not such; rather. They are merely pieces of cloth or canvas that have been touched to an actual relic of the saint, then stamped out en-masse to be attached to their souvenir medals or statues. As such. They are 3rd-class relics and not 2nd-class relics, as the phrase ex indumentis implies. FREE SHIPPING!
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Card Saint Albert Chmielowski the card is 2" x 3.5" Albert Chmielowski. ... more1845–1916) was a and founder of the and Sisters. He is honored as a of the. Albert is known in as Brat Albert(English: Brother Albert) in recognition of his holiness. He is often called"Our God's Brother" Very elegant. Very limited stock. Once they are gone. they will be gone! The phrase Ex indumentis is for"from the clothing" Most commonly used when referring to 2nd Class holy of or blessed individuals In proper ecclesiastical phraseology. Ex indumentis should only be used when referring to an article or fragment of clothing that was owned or used by a saint(or similarly blessed individual. In recent years. Contemporary manufacturers of relic medals, holy plaques, saint statues and religious trinkets have begun to label their items as being ex indumentis even though they are not such; rather. They are merely pieces of cloth or canvas that have been touched to an actual relic of the saint, then stamped out en-masse to be attached to their souvenir medals or statues. As such. They are 3rd-class relics and not 2nd-class relics, as the phrase ex indumentis implies. free shipping!
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Card of Saint Lutgardis 2" x 3.5" R E L I C Saint Lutgardis(Ludgardis; Lutgard; ... moreLuitgard; Ludgard; Lutgart; Lutgarde of the Sacred Heart; Lutgarde of Tongres; Lutgarde; Lutgardis of Aywieres; Luthgard) Sint-Ludgardis) was a. She was born in in. And entered into religious orders at the age of twelve. During her life various were attributed to her. And she is known to have experienced. Her feast day is June 16. birth; blind people; blindness; childbirth; disabled people; handicapped people; physically challenged people; Flanders; Flemish National Movement, Very elegant. Very limited stock. Once they are gone. they will be gone! The phrase Ex indumentis is for"from the clothing" Most commonly used when referring to 2nd Class holy of or blessed individuals In proper ecclesiastical phraseology. Ex indumentis should only be used when referring to an article or fragment of clothing that was owned or used by a saint(or similarly blessed individual. In recent years. Contemporary manufacturers of relic medals, holy plaques, saint statues and religious trinkets have begun to label their items as being ex indumentis even though they are not such; rather. They are merely pieces of cloth or canvas that have been touched to an actual relic of the saint, then stamped out en-masse to be attached to their souvenir medals or statues. As such. They are 3rd-class relics and not 2nd-class relics, as the phrase ex indumentis implies. FREE SHIPPING!
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Medal of Saint Dymphna each medal is 0.5" big 1 buy it now = 1 medal R E L I ... moreC Saint Dymphna(also: Dympna. Dimpna) was the daughter of a pagan king and his wife in the 7th century. She was murdered by her father. The story of St. Dymphna was first recorded in the thirteenth century by a canon of the Church of at Cambrai. Commissioned by the Bishop of Cambrai, Guy I(1238–1247 AD) The author expressly states that his writings were based upon a longstanding oral tradition and a persuasive history of inexplicable and miraculous healings of the mentally ill. Victims of. Very elegant. Very limited stock! Once they are gone. they will be gone! The phrase Ex indumentis is for"from the clothing" Most commonly used when referring to 2nd Class holy of or blessed individuals In proper ecclesiastical phraseology. Ex indumentis should only be used when referring to an article or fragment of clothing that was owned or used by a saint(or similarly blessed individual. In recent years. Contemporary manufacturers of relic medals, holy plaques, saint statues and religious trinkets have begun to label their items as being ex indumentis even though they are not such; rather. They are merely pieces of cloth or canvas that have been touched to an actual relic of the saint, then stamped out en-masse to be attached to their souvenir medals or statues. As such. They are 3rd-class relics and not 2nd-class relics, as the phrase ex indumentis implies. FREE SHIPPING!
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Rosary of Blessed Louis Versiglia Total length of the rosary from the end of the cross ... moreto the middle of 3rd decade is 2 feet(60cm) Louis Versiglia. Born at Oliva Gessi, Pavia, 5 June 1873, entered the Valdocco Oratory at the age of 12 years, and there got to know Don Bosco. He was ordained priest in 1895 and for some years was Master of Novices at Genzano. Rome. In 1906 he led the first Salesian missionary expedition to China, fulfilling a repeated prophecy of Don Bosco. In 1918 the Salesians received from the Vicar Apostolic of Canton the mission of Shiu Chow. Fr Louis Versiglia was appointed Vicar Apostolic. And on 9 January 1921 was consecrated Bishop. He was a true pastor. Totally dedicated to his flock. He gave the Vicariate a sound structure with a seminary, formation houses, planning himself various residences and homes for the elderly and those in need. He took particular care in the formation of catechists. He writes in his notes: The missionary who is not united to God is a pipe detached from the fountain. The missionary who prays a great deal will also do a great deal. Like Don Bosco he was a model of work and temperance. Very elegant. Very limited stock. Once they are gone. they will be gone! The phrase Ex indumentis is for"from the clothing" Most commonly used when referring to 2nd Class holy of or blessed individuals In proper ecclesiastical phraseology. Ex indumentis should only be used when referring to an article or fragment of clothing that was owned or used by a saint(or similarly blessed individual. In recent years. Contemporary manufacturers of relic medals, holy plaques, saint statues and religious trinkets have begun to label their items as being ex indumentis even though they are not such; rather. They are merely pieces of cloth or canvas that have been touched to an actual relic of the saint, then stamped out en-masse to be attached to their souvenir medals or statues. As such. They are 3rd-class relics and not
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Card of Saint Michael de Sanctis 2" x 3.5" R E L I C Saint Michael de Sanctis. ... moreSometimes called Michael of the Saints, was a priest from, Born Miguel Argemir. At the age of twelve, Michael de Sanctis came to and asked to be received into the monastery of the Trinitarians there. After a three year. He took his vows at that order's monastery of at in 1607. After meeting a Discalced Trinitarian one day. He felt drawn to that congregation's more austere lifestyle and, after much deliberation and the permission of his superior, he entered the congregation of the at as a. He then took his vows at. Became a priest, and was twice elected superior of the monastery at. Where he died. cancer patients, Very elegant. Very limited stock. Once they are gone. they will be gone! The phrase Ex indumentis is for"from the clothing" Most commonly used when referring to 2nd Class holy of or blessed individuals In proper ecclesiastical phraseology. Ex indumentis should only be used when referring to an article or fragment of clothing that was owned or used by a saint(or similarly blessed individual. In recent years. Contemporary manufacturers of relic medals, holy plaques, saint statues and religious trinkets have begun to label their items as being ex indumentis even though they are not such; rather. They are merely pieces of cloth or canvas that have been touched to an actual relic of the saint, then stamped out en-masse to be attached to their souvenir medals or statues. As such. They are 3rd-class relics and not 2nd-class relics, as the phrase ex indumentis implies. FREE SHIPPING!
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Rosary of Saint Giuseppe Moscati Total length of the rosary from the end of the cross ... moreto the middle of 3rd decade is 2 feet(60cm) Saint Giuseppe Moscati(July 25. 1880– April 12, 1927) was an. Researcher. And university professor noted both for his pioneering work in and for his. Moscati was by the in 1987; his is November 16. bachelors. People rejected by religious orders, physicians, Very elegant. Very limited stock! Once they are gone. they will be gone! The phrase Ex indumentis is for"from the clothing" Most commonly used when referring to 2nd Class holy of or blessed individuals In proper ecclesiastical phraseology. Ex indumentis should only be used when referring to an article or fragment of clothing that was owned or used by a saint(or similarly blessed individual. In recent years. Contemporary manufacturers of relic medals, holy plaques, saint statues and religious trinkets have begun to label their items as being ex indumentis even though they are not such; rather. They are merely pieces of cloth or canvas that have been touched to an actual relic of the saint, then stamped out en-masse to be attached to their souvenir medals or statues. As such. They are 3rd-class relics and not 2nd-class relics, as the phrase ex indumentis implies. shipping is free!
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