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Daniel Albert Amosco wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • If some hard substance is in a Scapular and it has no image of Christ or any saint, is it from the Church or from a:
    • witch, (mage|magician) or
    • other demonic source?

Daniel

  { If there is foreign stuff in a Scapular with no image of Christ or any saint, is it from the Church? }

Bob replied:

Daniel,

I don't know what you are referring to, but I wouldn't jump to any extraordinary conclusions.

  • Where did you get the Scapular?

Perhaps someone made one with a little reliquary in it.

Whatever the case, if you are not sure where it came from, take it to a priest to have it blessed. If it is questionable, he may be able to tell.

Peace,

Bob Kirby

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