ACH152: Why does a very old Catholic parish in Kentucky have the complete relics of two Roman martyrs? Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell the fascinating story of the relics of St. Bonosa and St. Magnus, an Italian Cistercian abbey, Pope St. Leo XIII, and St. Martin parish in Louisville.
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- Church History | St Martin of Tours
- Saints at St. Martin believed to be ancient Roman martyrs – The Record
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