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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Medal Blessed Mateo Elias del Socorro Nieves each medal is 0.5" big 1 buy it ... morenow = 1 medal Born a in a deeply religious family; had to be quickly as they did not think he would survive. Nearly of at age 12. His soon after. And Elias had to support the family. Admitted to the of Yuriria at age 22. Considerably older than the standard admission age. Took vows in as Elias del Socorro. on. vicar of the village of La Canada de Caracheo in. During the government of the. He refused to a city where he could be controlled; moving instead to nearby hills where he continued to serve his. Usually under cover of dark. with some pious. And on the side of the road for his faith and service. 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 Saint Geltrude Comensoli Total length of the rosary from the end of the cross ... moreto the middle of 3rd decade is 2 feet(60cm) Saint Geltrude Comensoli. Also known as Mother Geltrude(January 18, 1847- February 18, 1903) has many relics throughout Italy and the Philippines. 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 22:02:01 PDT. Seller added the following information:
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Rosary of Francisco Marto Total length of the rosary from the end of the cross to ... morethe middle of 3rd decade is 2 feet(60cm) The Francisco Marto(June 11. 1908– April 4, 1919) and his sister Jacinta Marto(March 11, 1910– February 20, 1920) also known as Blessed Francisco Marto and Blessed Jacinta Marto, together with their cousin. Lúcia dos Santos(1907–2005) were the children from Aljustrel near Fátima, Portugal, who said they witnessed three apparitions of an angel in 1916 and several apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1917. Their reported visions of Our Lady of Fátima proved politically controversial. And gave rise to a major centre of world Christian pilgrimage. of bodily ills; captives; people ridiculed for their piety; prisoners; sick people; against sickness 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 22:02:01 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 Relic Rosary of Mateo Correa Magallanes Total length of the rosary from the end of ... morethe cross to the middle of 3rd decade is 2 feet(60cm) Saint Mateo Correa Magallanes(also known as Mateo Correa. Fr. Correa; 23 July 1866– was a. Of Council 2140. Correa was born at. He attended the seminary at on a scholarship. In 1881. He was ordained as priest in 1893 at the age of 27. As a young priest, he gave first communion to who also became a priest and was later martyred. Fr. Correa was assigned as a parish priest to in 1898. And then to in 1908. Following the government's repression of the Church in 1910. He went into hiding. He was assigned to in 1926. He was beatified by on November 22. 1992, and then on May 21. 2000 during the Jubilee of Mexico. 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! FREE 8" x 12" WALL POSTER with 3D image of JOHN PAUL II when you place a 15 dollars order in our store. GUARANTEED DOMESTIC DELIVERY FOR CHRISTMAS!
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Rosary of Blessed Placido Riccardi Total length of the rosary from the end of the ... morecross to the middle of 3rd decade is 2 feet(60cm) Spent a worldly youth in. He moved to. In to under the at the Angelicum College. The led to a conversion experience. A to. And entry to the Cassinese of Saint-Paul-Outside-the-Walls in on; he made his final profession on. Taking the name Placido. As a he was as a draft dodger for not joining the; he was in. And then sent to the 57th Infantry Regiment in. Released. He returned to to resume his and was on. Spiritual teacher whose students include. Contracted in. And suffered from the for the rest of his life. Sometimes to the point of from the. Assigned to the San Pietro in, in. And served a spiritual director. Served as a to in in. of the Basilica of Santa Maria di Farfa in in; he lived in a near the castle of San Fiano and served as confessor to a nearby 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. shipping is free! 0fe.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk%601d70f%2B%3E0fe-14765245bbe-0x108-
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Welcome to the home of the most unique religious memorabilia: Relic Rosary of Blessed Blandine Merten Total length of the rosary from the end of the cross ... moreto the middle of 3rd decade is 2 feet(60cm) Blessed Blandine Merten(born Maria Magdalena Merten) Born on 10 July 1883 in and died on 18 May 1918 in. Is a German member of the order and religious teacher. Who spent her entire life educating young people She was on 1 November 1987 by pope. In. She is on 18 May. 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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