Padre Pio Relics Touring U.S. & You Can Bring Them to Your Parish

Padre Pio Relic Tour Catholic Pilgrimage Sites

The relics of Padre Pio, are currently touring the United States, accompanied by Fra. Gianmaria DiGiorgio, a pupil of Padre Pio who worked with him as a seminarian.  There are several first class relics of Padre Pio that will be available for veneration in one large reliquary including one of his fingernails from when his body was exhumed, his hair, the gloves that covered his stigmata, and a linen cloth stained with blood from the wound in his side.

If you can’t get to one of the locations currently scheduled on the relic tour YOU CAN BRING PADRE PIO TO YOU.  For more information about bringing the relics of Padre Pio to your Parish please contact Katia Felty at 570-259-9903.


Please check with the church directly for veneration times and before finalizing your plans.  If the information is not on their website or the church doesn’t have a website I recommend calling directly instead of sending an email.

May 11, 2016 – Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Middletown PA

May 12, 2016 – St. Jude Thaddeus Catholic Church, Mifflintown, PA

May 13, 2016 – St. Joseph the Worker, Gettysburg, PA

May 15-18, 2016 – Our Lady of Victory Cathedral , Victoria, TX

May 18-20, 2016 – Shrine of St. Padre Pio of Pietrelcina, San Antonio, TX

May 21-22 – St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, La Feria, TX

May 24 -25, 2016 – Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Brentwood, CA

May 25, 2016 – San Marcos Catholic Church, Richmond, CA

May 26, 2016 – Good Shepherd Parish Hall, Pittsburg, CA

May 27, 2016 – Our Lady of Guadalupe, Fremont, CA

May 28, 2016 – Northern California Catholic Charismatic Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA & St. Joachim Catholic Church, Hayward, CA

May 29, 2016 – Diocese of Sacramento, 2110 Broadway, Sacramento CA 95818

We will update the website with new locations as they become available so check back often!

For information on other relics that are on tour and available for public veneration visit the Relics & Events page.

St. Padre Pio, pray for us!


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7 Responses to Padre Pio Relics Touring U.S. & You Can Bring Them to Your Parish

  1. J Quinn says:

    please can you tell me if any of Padre Pios relics are available in Canada,I have a brother in law who is very poorly and I am a real devotee of Padre Pio and have so much faith in him.It would be so good to be able to offer them some hope

    • J. C. says:

      On September 23 there will be a healing Mass at St. Padre Pio Church in Kleinburg, Ontario, Canada at 7pm with relic gloves of Padre Pio available for veneration afterwards ( Praying for your brother in law’s healing.

  2. Frank Pintozzi says:

    I live near Woodstock, Georgia, and I have liver and pancreatic cancer. I’m praying that Saint Padre Pio relics would be available in one of the parishes in the Atlanta Archdiocese. I would be so grateful for one of his mitts or gloves that I could place on my cancer. I am very devoted to this great saint. Can you help me?

    • J. C. says:

      Hi- I’m not aware of anything near you at this time. New relic tours come up all the time and I post them as soon as I’m aware of them so please continue to watch the website for updates. Praying for your healing.

  3. Could they be brought to Africa especially Uganda? Thank you.

    • J. C. says:

      Hi – I would recommend having your priest contact Katia Felty (contact information in the article) to see if she can provide him with the contact information of the person in charge of the relics. Good luck!

  4. Isabel says:

    I am suffering from a disease right niw. Please help me. Can they bring it to the Philippines? Please inform me. Thank you so much

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