Can’t get to the Shrine to see our What is a Relic exhibit? A few pieces of good news!

  1. The exhibit is being extended through June 29. It will then transition to a different location at the Shrine to make space for a new exhibit (hint: July 7, 2021 is the 75th anniversary of Mother Cabrini’s canonization)
  2. We are committed to ensuring that all the first-class relics remain permanently available at the Shrine for veneration. Wondering who’s here? Check the list below.
  3. A new tab on our website under the LEARN section titled All About Relics contains most of the text of the exhibit and a few of the photos. We hope this helps people across the country learn about  how and why sacred relics can help us grow in faith.

First-Class Relics Available for Veneration at St. Frances Cabrini Shrine

St. Agatha

St. Agnes

St. Aloysius Gonzaga

St. Angela Merici

St. Anthony Patavini

St. Barbara

St. Bartolomea

St. Cecilia

St. Charles Borromeo

Pope St. Cleti (Cletus)

Bl. Contardo

St. Elizabeth Bayley Seton

St. Frances Cabrini

St. Francis De Sales

St. Francis Xavier

St. Gabriel

St. Gemma Galgani

St. Lucy

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

St. Maria Goretti

St. Paul

St. Paul of the Cross

St. Peter

St. Peter Chrysologus

Pope St. Pius X

St. Rosalia

St. Stanislaus Kostka

St. Theresa Of The Infant Jesus

St. Vincent Martyr

Theca containing relics of virgin martyrs and St Rosalie

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