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Mary and The Saints Exhibit: Life-Size Images and Sacred Relics

Do you need to clear your mind and revitalize your soul? You don’t need to travel far. Visit the Mary and the Saints Exhibit at the SM City North EDSA, 3rd Floor City Center this August. Witness life-size images of the Blessed Virgin Mary and sacred relics of saints. Come and be blessed as the Mary and the Saints Exhibit has been extended to August 16th.

Our Lady of Veritas

Veritas Exhibit Entrance

In Partnership with Veritas Kapanalig, Mary and the Saints Exhibit features life-size images of the Blessed Virgin Mary. You can see them up close and take photos. In fact, Veritas846 encourages you to take photos and tag their Facebook page – Veritas Kapanalig.

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Use the hashtags #VeritasMarianExhibit and #MaryAndTheSaints when you post them in your social media accounts. Spread the word people. Let’s bring each other closer to God.

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Besides the images, a short narrative is displayed beside them. Take some time to read these and be inspired by their story.

Moreover, there are some images with prayers displayed on the side. Since you’re already there, why not say a little prayer. Not to mention, write your personal intentions on a piece of paper and drop them in the designated box.

I saw a box beside Our Lady of Hope and the Sleeping St. Joseph. Speaking of which, did you know that this is the biggest Sleeping St. Joseph statue in Metro manila? It took 40 people to carry it. I believe this is the greatest chance for people living in the Metro to see this glorious statue. Come and be blessed by the peaceful and straight intercession of St. Joseph.

In addition, the exhibit also features images of saints namely: St. Francis of Assisi, St. Pio of Pietrelcina, Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, and St. Pedro Calungsod.

In the middle near the entrance and exit, you’ll find glass displays where you can see the sacred relics of saints – the Saints of Consecrated Life and the Saints who served the poor. Relics of the Family of Saints are also exhibited. You’ll see relics from Saint Therese and her parents, the soon-to-be-saints, Blessed Louis and Marie-Azelie Martin.

If you are in the area or you want to revitalize your mind, heart and soul, do not hesitate to visit the Mary and the Saints Exhibit. As said earlier, the exhibit has been extended to August 16th, the Feast of the Assumption of Mary. Bring your family, friends, or students and see the life-size images of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the saints as well as their sacred relics.

Veritas Exhibit Exit

Check if they still have rosaries left. They gave my grandmother afterwards.

Check if they still have rosaries left. They gave one to my grandmother at the exit.

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