Thousands expected to visit St. John Paul II relic at Christ the King Chuch
BATON ROUGE- Thousands are flocking to LSU's campus to see a relic of St. John Paul II is at Christ the King Catholic Church.
For the next three days worshippers can visit the relic of St. John Paul II. The traveling relic is a white and gold book of the gospel containing some of the pope's blood.
Thousands of people are expected to gather and pray around the relic.
The next stop for the relic will be Holy Rosary Catholic Church in St. Amant.
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