Relics of Ten Saints

As for the saints in the land, they are the excellent ones, in whom is all my delight. –
Psalm 16:3

Indeed, they are excellent, the loyal servants of the Lord. They served Him dutifully with all their hearts and souls, thus earning heavenly glory and earthly honours.

Many have questions about the relevance of saints, especially in today’s day and age. Truth be told, the importance of saints has grown exponentially today. Every saint represents certain Christian values like obedience, devotion, piety, virtue, kindness, charity so on and so forth. Many of these blessed souls laid down their lives for their faith. Many lived till their eventual deaths as shining examples of fealty to God Almighty. Some were chosen to suffer unimaginable pain others were given the task to be literal guardians and champions of faith. Whatever the calling, every saint was steadfast in their loyalty to Jesus Christ.

Br Mathew Vergis’ ministry has been and continues to lead the faithful into the eternal grace of God through fasting prayers. And he has built an eternal shrine to the Word of God in the form of the Museum of the World. The Inter Denominational Christ Church is the Holiest of Holy grounds in the Museum of Wonders. A place where every head bows in adoration of the Lord. And Br Vergis was instructed by the Holy Spirit to place the relics of ten saints – St. Peter, St. Thomas, St. Jude, St. Paul, St. Mary Magdalene, St. Martha, St. Mother Theresa, St. Pope John Paul II, St. Francis of Assisi and St. Francis Xavier – here, encased in separate monstrances flanking the altar.

These relics motivate people to emulate their blessed lives and ultimate devotion to God Almighty. They remind them why faith is essential and inevitable.