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No bones about it: Archaeologists convinced remains are those of Britain’s first abbess

"It is remarkable that we can place Folkestone’s patron saint in the very church that bears her name," says Dr Andrew Richardson of the Finding Eanswythe Project.


About that gift – Pope sends explanatory letter regarding relics to Constantinople

"The joining of the relics of the two brother Apostles can also serve as a constant reminder and encouragement that, on this continuing journey, our divergences will no longer stand in the way of our common witness and our evangelising mission."


Final resting place sought for relic found in London

“We often come across some weird and wonderful things on clearances, but we were definitely not expecting to find a bone fragment of an apostle” - James Rubin, owner of Enviro Waste.


Missing heart – relic of Dublin’s patron saint – is returned

Moment of joy as Gardaí hand over precious relic to Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin Dr Michael Jackson at service of Choral Evensong yesterday.


Saint Teresa relic begins national tour of Ireland

The tour, which began in Belfast, will include visits to Derry, Tuam, Dublin, Knock and the archdiocese of Cashel and Emly.


Thousands to attend festival of faith in Holycross Abbey

Up to 60,000 expected to participate in the nine-day solemn novena at the 800-year-old Cistercian Abbey in Thurles Co Tipperary.


Mayo Mountain Rescue issues safety advice for Reek Sunday

Up to 25,000 expected to take part in the first Reek Sunday climb in two years following the cancellation of last year’s event due to bad weather.


Documentary on Knock seeks funding from public

“Similar to how 'One Million Dubliners' offered an exploration of Irish attitudes towards death, so Knock the Film will explore Irish attitudes towards religion.”


Hundreds turn out to venerate relic of St Teresa of Avila

St Teresa's walking stick at monastery in Firhouse this morning, and Carmelite monastery in Delgany Co. Wicklow this afternoon before continuing tour to south and west of Ireland.


PP urges tourists to respect St Oliver’s relics

"It is a sacred space and we anticipate that people will act appropriately and respectfully" - Mgr Jim Carroll.


Stolen relic of Blessed John Paul II recovered

Postage-stamp-sized piece of fabric which Blessed John Paul was wearing when he shot in May 1981 almost intact.

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