The Relics of St. Anthony of Padua were on display in Sligo Cathedral today.
Thousands have been visiting the reliquary at Catholic Churches over the past few days including at Knock Shrine in Mayo.
Large crowds will continue to view the relic as it moves to other Churches around the country until the 16th of June.
St. Anthony is the 13th century friar, who was one of the earliest members of the Franciscan Order founded by Saint Francis in 1209 and he has become the popular ‘Saint of lost things’.
The relics were on display today at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Sligo during special masses after which all those attending were invited to approach the relics and receive an extraordinary blessing.