Relic stolen from Italian church
CWN - December 14, 2011
A relic of St. John Bosco was stolen from a church in the Italian resort town of Alassio.
Police said they had no leads to identify the thief would took the relic: a bone from the hand of St. John Bosco. The relic had been venerated in Santa Maria degli Angeli church for years.
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