Reliquary containing relics of Saint Fridianus, Saint Columba, Saint Augustine, Saint Paul the Apostle, the cloak of Saint Joseph, Saint Peter the Apostle, and the veil of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The document certifying the authenticity of this relic can be downloaded below as a PDF file. Saint Fridianus was a hermit who worked miracles and became a bishop in sixth-century Italy. Saint Columba (521-597) was an Irish abbot who worked as a missionary spreading Christianity throughout Scotland. Saint Augustine (354-430) was an early Christian theologian and philosopher whose writings are still very influential in the Church today. Saint Paul the Apostle taught Christianity and founded churches in the first century. Much of the Acts of the Apostles in the New Testament is based on his life and works. Saint Joseph was the husband of the Virgin Mary and foster father of Jesus Christ. Saint Peter the Apostle was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ. He is considered to be the first Pope of the Catholic Church. The Blessed Virgin Mary was the mother of Jesus Christ.
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