Relikwie z kościoła pw. św. Stanisława Biskupa w Modliborzycach z drugiej połowy XVIII wieku i okoliczności ich zdeponowania
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This article brings forward a problem of circumstances in which the relics were acquired by the parish churches in the modern times, using as an example a parish church in Modliborzyce, in the official deanery of the Cracow diocese in the second half of the 18th century. This church, being founded only in the middle of the 17th century, obtained its relics, of Saint Justin, rather quickly. It took place in 1668, during the consecration of the church by the Cracow suffragan bishop, Mikołaj Oborski. In the second half of the 18th century, the church in Modliborzyce got enriched by further 3 relics- of the Holy Cross and of the old-Christian martyrs. Only in one case, in 1751, the relics were laid down by the Cracow ordinary. In the rest of the cases, it was done by the bishop of Bacău (Moldavia) and the Cracow suffragan. It was usually taking place during their visits they paid in Modliborzyce, even though the city was not the final destination of their journeys. Therefore, the relics were left there when the opportunity arose. Only in 1751 the bishop Andrzej Załuski came to Modliborzyce in order to take part in a deanery congregation.
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