where the Lord will permit us to gather in gladness and joy."
~ An early Christian's written account of the martyrdom
~ Acts 19:11-12
The Holy Relics in my custody were primarily received from an elderly lady friend (now deceased) who bequeathed her large collection to me, and others were shared with me by co-members of a global association aimed at promoting a healthy devotion to the Saints and their respective relics called the International Crusade for Holy Relics (ICHR). Still, other relics were sent to me by priests-friends from a few religious congregations with whom I have developed trusted relationships.
As a Custodian of Holy Relics, I use the relics in my care to spread knowledge about the lives of their respective Saints and Blesseds, and to educate people about the relevance of these special sacramentals in our Catholic faith-life. Having also experienced the help and intercession of the Saints through many remarkable instances in my personal life, I can relay first-hand how the Saints can truly assist us in our spiritual growth and with our various needs. In the last 15 years I have also seen many, many people positively touched and blessed by the influence of the Saints through prayer meetings, pilgrim visitations, and speaking presentations that I've conducted; all thanks and praises be to God, Almighty!
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"I saw the blessing and the blessed object (relic) endowed
~ Bl. Anne Catherine Emmerich, Mystic & Stigmatist (d. 1824)
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