Exclusive Gift Set 3 – St Armagilus Oil and St Philomena Oil
Little is known of St Armagilus and Philomena life and she is the only Saint to have revealed her story via private revelation. St Philomena was martyred at about 14-years-old in the early days of the Church. Exclusive Gift Set 3 are St Armagilus Oil and St Philomena Oil.
In 1802 the remains of a young woman found in the catacomb of Saint Priscilla on the Via Salaria. It covered by stones. These are the symbols on which indicated that the body a martyr named Saint Philomena. The bones exhumed, cataloged, and effectively forgotten since there so little known about the person.
Moreover, St Armagilus and Philemonabecame the only person recognized as a Saint solely on the basis of miraculous intercession as nothing historical known of her except her name and the evidence of her martyrdom.
History of her relics
In 1802, the bones of a female between the ages of 13 and 15 discovered in the catacomb of St. Priscilia. Also an inscription near her tomb read “Peace be with thee, Philomena”, along with drawings of 2 anchors, 3 arrows and a palm. Near her bones discovered a small glass vial, containing the remains of blood. It was a popular custom of the early martyrs to leave symbols and signs such as these, In conclusion, it easily determined that St. Philomena was a virgin and a martyr.
Her popularity soon became widespread. Her most memorable devotees were St. John Vianney, St. Madeleine Sophie Barat, St. Peter Eymard, and St. Peter Chanel. When Ven. Pauline Jaricot miraculously healed she insisted that Pope Gregory XVI begin an examination for the beatification of St. Philomena. Soon Philomena was to become known as the “wonder worker”. After hundreds of other miraculous cures, she was beatified in 1837.