Relics stolen from Italian church
Catholic World News - March 24, 2014
Thieves stole relics from a parish church in Taranto, Italy, police have reported.
On Friday night, March 21, intruders smashed a glass case in the church of St. Pasquale, and took a bronze reliquary that held fragments of St. Egidio Maria, a patron saint of the Italian seaport town.
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