SC 143, Holy Chalice of Valencia. The Holy Grail

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From the Cenaculum, to St. Laurence in Rome, to Spain. . . this small stone cup has been tenaciously protected and revered for centuries.  This week on the SaintCast we interview Janice Bennett, author of “St. Laurence and the Holy Grail,” a book that traces the history of the Holy Chalice of Valencia, the reputed Holy Grail that Christ used at the Last Supper.  Mrs. Bennett describes her search for the Holy Grail that brought her from libraries in Madrid, across the Pyrenees to the small agate cup guarded and preserved as the sacred chalice Christ used in Jerusalem at the Last Supper.

Paul talks about his recent trip to Washington, D.C. for the March for Life.  Also, hear news of new Saint Causes from England and the story of a newly found relic cloth with 365 saint relics in Buffalo, New York.  Mail, feedback, a Saint Joke, and more on this week’s SaintCast.

SaintCast on St. Laurence and the Holy Grail

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  1. MICHAEL O TOOLE Reply

    Hi doctor paul its so good to here your back on the saint cast so sorry to here the year you had. May God bless you in your good work. S.A.G.

    3 yearss ago
  2. Thanks so much, Michael. I appreciate the thoughts.

    3 yearss ago
  3. Always glad to have a new episode, Dr. Paul — enjoyed this one very much!

    3 yearss ago
  4. Vincent Reply

    Doc. So glad your back my prayers have been answered . Forza saint cast! Vincent

    2 yearss ago
  5. Lynne Noble Reply

    Dr. Paul, Great saintcast! So glad you are back and all is well. My prayers are with your family!

    2 yearss ago
  6. Olga Reply

    Hi Dr Paul. First of all, I want to congratulate you for your WONDERFUL podcast. I love it and look forward to new episodes. I am not sure if I heard wrong, but I think I understood you said that St. Teresa de Avila was the same as Teresa del Nino Jesus (Thérese of the Child Jesus). If so, they are not the same.

    The 1st one is the one that started the Discalzed Reformation of the Carmelites and who did not mean to make a separate order but to renew it, the one with the book. That was at the end of the Middle Age (XVI century).

    St. Thérese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face (that is her full Carmelite name) died in 1897 at the age of 24, also known as St. Thérese of Lisieux, the one with the roses.

    2 yearss ago
  7. You are so right, Olga. I always get mixed up with the ‘Teresa of Jesus’ (Teresa of Avila) and ‘Theresa of the Child Jesus’ (Therese de Lisieux). Thanks so much for the correction.

    2 yearss ago
  8. Vincent Reply

    Doc , hope your lent is going well, I love the saint cast ,can’t get enough

    2 yearss ago
  9. Margaret Reply

    Dr Paul,

    Thanks so much for all your hard work. I’ve enjoyed your podcast since the beginning and have introduced many to it, when do we get to hear more? Sorry about your misfortune last year, it was right of you to put your family first…

    2 yearss ago
    • Thanks so much, Dvm. I hope to get a new one up soon, perhaps this weekend. I miss it too.

      2 yearss ago
  10. BStahr Reply

    Dear Dr, Paul, Greetings from Seymour, IN. Not too long ago I purchased a new IPOD Touch. While crusing around ITunes I ran across SaintCast. After downloading a few episodes I was totally hooked. I am a Lettercarrier, and listening to your podcast has greatly improved my days. As I am playing catch up from your first podcast, I am listening to you 5 or 6 hours a day while I am out on route. I wish to thank you, and please keep up the fantastic work. You and your family are in my prayers. B.Stahr

    1 years ago
  11. Thanks for the kind words, BStahr. God bless you for your work – I hope to get a new podcast up this week. I’m praying to your patron, St. Anthony!

    1 years ago

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