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Rare reliquary frame of the Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land in Jerusalem identified as: MEMENTO JERUSALEM PP.FRANCISCANORUM TS

The relics are identified in Latin as:

  • Ex olivis Gethsemane : From the olive tree of Gethsemane
  • Ex S Praesepio DNJC: From the crib of Jesus Christ
  • Ex Sanctissimo Coenaeulo:
  • Ex Sacra Crypta Gethsem : From the holy crypt of Gethsemane
  • Ex Torrentk Cedron: From the Cedron torrent
  • Ex scala s DNJC : From the holy staircase of Jesus Christ
  • Ex loco Flageliat DNJC : From the place of the flagellation of Jesus Christ
  • Ex arcu Ecce Homo: From the arc of Ecce Homo
  • Ex S sepulcro BMV: From the tomb of the Virgin Mary
  • Ex SS sepulcro DNJC: From the tomb of Jesus Christ
  • Ex S rupe M : From Mount Calvary
  • Ex via dolorosa: From the Via Dolorosa
  • Ex Sepulcro S Lazari: From the tomb of Saint Lazarus
  • Ex loco Nativ B Joan Bapt: From the birthplace of Saint John the Baptist
  • Ex domo S Annae: From the house of Saint Anne
  • Ex domo S Joseph Sp MV: From the house of Saint Joseph
  • Ex domo Annunl BMV: From the house of the Virgin Mary

PERIOD : 19th century
DIMENSION : 18.5 cm x 14.5 cm
SIZE : 7.3" X 5.7"

The Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land, established in the 13th century, is a branch of the Franciscan Order responsible for watching over the holy places of Christianity in the Holy Land. Based in Jerusalem, this institution works to preserve and manage sanctuaries such as the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre. The Franciscans also serve a pastoral role, providing spiritual support to pilgrims and local residents. Their commitment extends to iconic sites such as Bethlehem and Nazareth. As guardians of religious memory, the Franciscans of the Custody play a crucial role in preserving the cultural and spiritual heritage of the Holy Land.

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