Class A and Class B Relics

As in Guinarona cannot be more fortunate:  We do have  the Class A and the Class B relics of San Pascual Baylon!

  • The Class A relic has San Pascual Baylon’s bone in the center, surrounded by “petals” of lamb hide.  San Pascual used to be a shepherd, hence the symbolism.
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The Class A relic: San Pascual Baylon’s bone in the center. The “petals” are lamb hide.
  • The Class B relic has the fabric that touched the remains of San Pascual Baylon.
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The Class B relic. The memento to the far left has the fabric that touched San Pascual Baylon’s remains.
    • Details of the Class B relic.

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Or is Guinarona the chosen?

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