Grab des hl. Pater Pio in Giovanni Rotondo

Am 19. April 2010 kamen Tausende von Gläubigen nach Giovanni Rotondo, um nach 42 Jahren die feierliche Umbettung der Reliquien des heiligen Pater Pio in die nach ihm benannten Kirche mitzuerleben. In der Unterkirche wurde der Schrein mit dem Leichnam des hl. Pio von Pietrelcina in den zentralen Pilaster gestellt. Im Verlauf der nachfolgenden Eucharistiefeier wurde auch der neue Altar von Msgr. Castoro eingeweiht.

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Updated: 09/07/2014


Tags: church; pater pio; san giovanni rotondo; tomb; padre pio
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