From Detroit Free Press:
St. John Vianney, a beloved French priest known for his commitments to the community and the church, will soon make an appearance in metro Detroit.
While the religious leader has been dead for 160 years, his heart lives on. According to a news release from the Archdiocese of Detroit, the relic of St. John Vianney is headed to metro Detroit as part of a national pilgrimage hosted by the Knights of Columbus. Titled, “Heart of a Priest,” the tour will feature the actual heart of Vianney, enclosed in a special casing. The heart has resisted decay since his death in 1859.
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