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Church-run radio station holds Holy Week exhibit

The exhibit is part of the organization’s effort to accompany the faithful in reflecting on the important days of the Christian community

Church-run Radio Veritas 846 has launched a Holy Week exhibit as part of its Lenten observance this year.

The station’s Renee Jose said the exhibit is part of the organization’s effort to accompany the faithful in reflecting on the important days of the Christian community.

“This exhibit will hopefully help the faithful in their Lenten pilgrimage and strengthen their faith,” said Jose.

About 70 articles owned by private collectors and parishes are on display.



A collection of relics of five apostles, including a virina case containing what is supposed to be a relic of the cross and a cloth supposedly used by Jesus.

A Holy Nail reliquary with Relic of the Cross, Birthplace of Jesus, and Column of Flagellation, and a century-old Ecce Homo are on display.

The Lenten exhibit, which will run from April 1 to 9 at Fisher Mall Entertainment Center in Quezon City, also features various images of the Lord Jesus and his Passion and images of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

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The exhibit is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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