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The Holy Face of Jesus from the image of Veronica's veil
(The veil is kept in St. Peters Basilica, Rome.)

Current News and Updates


April 2018


New Book: A new book has just been published on the Holy Face devotion called, "Veronica's Veil Poems, Prayers, and Promises of the Holy Face Devotion", which can be ordered (print or e-book format) from Amazon.com at https://amzn.to/2GYKgem. It may also be ordered in bookstores everywhere, or by contacting Berry Books Publishing at catholicpoet@att.net

February 2018


Orders: We are currently running at about 8 weeks to get orders out. Thanks for your patience!


November 2017


Orders: We are again accepting requests for Holy Face crosses and chaplets. Please note that all online orders must now go through our Orders page. We no longer accept online orders through e-mail. We still accept orders via postal mail as well.


September 2017


ALERT: Please be aware of the "Holy Face of Manoppello" hoax making the rounds on the Internet and in recent books. This has nothing to do with the Holy Face devotion as outlined on this website. Please see our article, "The Holy Face of Manoppello Hoax" for more information.


ALERT: Please be aware that there may possibly be fake Holy Face relics being circulated. A true Holy Face relic should always contain a certificate of authenticity (usually in Latin) along with one or more red wax seals. However, it may still be possible for someone to create counterfeit relics. This is one reason why the Catholic Church forbids the buying and selling of relics (simony). In some cases today, some clergy have permitted the "rescuing" of relics where the seller is a non-Catholic and purchaser is a Catholic who will properly venerate  and take care of the relic, but as a rule, the trafficking of relics is  forbidden by the Catholic Church. You should obtain permission from your priest or bishop before "rescuing" a relic from a non-Catholic, and beware that it may be difficult to determine if it is authentic.  If you plan to purchase a Holy Face relic, be sure to compare it to the images submitted to our website under the Holy Face Images button. If there is any doubt, the potential relic should be avoided.


Volunteers: We are currently managing well with our current volunteers for making chaplets. The primary area where we need volunteers at the moment is with pamphlet translations. See our Holy Face Pamphlet page for details.