BITS AND PIECES

Frederick III of Saxony (17 January 1463 – 
5 May 1525) collected many alleged relics in his castle church. His inventory of 1518 listed 17,443, including a thumb from St. Anne, a twig from Moses' burning bush, hay of the holy manger, and milk from the Virgin Mary. 
A diligent and pious person who rendered appropriate devotion to each of these relics could merit 1,902,202 years off purgatory. (Wikipedia)

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