Saints’ Blood and Bones Inspire Catholic Pilgrims in Poland

Relics of saints aren’t rare in Krakow, especially these days.

CHR Comment: The article describes the relics of three persons: St. John Paul II, Mary Magdalene, and Polish nun and mystic, Faustina Kowalska. This illustrations the strength of traditional Roman Catholic devotion in Poland. Additionally, Pope Francis is showing special devotion to Mary Magdalene, whom he sees as an important example for current Catholics.

Source: Saints’ blood and bones inspire Catholic pilgrims in Poland – The Washington Post