On Marquette University’s campus in Wisconsin, you’ll find a fairly ordinary looking chapel dedicated to St. Joan of Arc.
But looks can be deceiving. This chapel actually has three amazing things about it:
First, it contains a stone on which St. Joan of Arc may have personally prayed. That makes the stone a third class relic.
Second, it was originally built in France in the 15th century and moved to Wisconsin at a later date.
And third, since Mass is still offered there several times a week, it is the oldest structure in the western hemisphere still used for its original purpose.
This video explains the incredible story:
[See also: 5 Saints Who Had Terrifying Visions of Hell]
[See also: The Astonishing Fact of the Incorruptible Saints]
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