Saint Gerard Majella, Ex Ossibus 1st First Class Relic w Document 100% Authentic For Sale
Saint Gerard Majella, Ex Ossibus 1st First Class Relic w Document 100% Authentic:
Saint Gerard Majella, Ex Ossibus 1st First Class Relic with Document, 100% Authentic! Also authentic and correct accompanying document. Seal is intact and matches document stamp.
Document has 2 small tears at folds, see pictures. Expected from document that is approximately 112 years old.
First of all, I am Catholic and I am aware of the stigma associated with selling or transferring relics. My health is not well, and I would like to find good Christian caretakers for these. I just got a kidney transplant. cannot work and could use the donations associated with these, you will receive the relics as gratitude.
How these were obtained: My brother is a Catholic Priest in Los Angeles. In the late 90's early 2000's he was a novitiate in a parish in Panni Italy. He befriended a relic restorer for the Vatican who lived in the area. Not only would he restore old relics, but he would also make new ones. He was also close to other collectors, Monks, and priests from different orders. He was very generous with my brother and my brother would give them to me. He would either mail, present them to me when I would visit or give them to me when he would come back to the States. My brother also knew many other priests and monks in Italy and knew he was obsessed with relics, he also received many gifts from them.
These are all 100% authentic! It's sad to say that most on are NOT, especially those coming from Brazil and parts of Eastern Europe. Some have matching certificates, many do not.
You are offerding on the titled relics, there may be other picures of upcoming relics that will be listed, time and health permitting.
These are extraordinarily special, please do not contact me or offer if your intentions are not pure.
Incredible gift for Church or Pastor.
St. Gerard Majella
Gerard Majella (Italian: Gerardo Maiella; 6 April 1726 – 16 October 1755) was an Italian lay brother of the Congregation of the Redeemer, better known as the Redemptorists, who is honored as a saint by the Catholic Church.
Born 6 April 1726
Muro Lucano, Basilicata, Kingdom of Naples
Died 16 October 1755 (aged 29)
Beatified29 January 1893 by Pope Leo XIIICanonized 11 December 1904 by Pope Pius X
Attributes Young man in a Redemptorist habit, skull
All will be shipped signature required and insured. International shipping extra, to be determined