Thankyou so much gnampie! Your story reminded me of something. Ooo! I can't believe I didn't mention this before, and with my memory I'm going to post it here and now before I forget again.
A couple of weekends ago, my mom and I went to this place called Greenfield Village. On our way out, my mom picked up a little leather money pouch. She told me too remind her to turn it in to the lost and found, but of course I forgot.
When we got in the car, I remembered, and we decided to open it and see what was inside.
There was a beautiful blue rosary from Notre Dame (it had a little label/ tag thing attached to it and it said so, and something in Latin that my mom thinks means Blessed by Holy Catholic water, and a little oval piece of picture of a priest or frier that was lamenated.
On the back of this picture was a little piece of cloth, and it said "Last words of Fr. Solanus Casey O.F.M. Cap. 'I give my soul to Jesus Christ'" then under the piece of cloth it said "Piece of clothing worn by Fr. Solanus. (Were guessing Father Solanus is the one on the picture)
There was also another little pouch in there too, and it had a picture of some saint or nun. On the back side of the pouch it said "Soil from the grave of Little Rose."
Does anyone here happen to know who Fr. Solanus Casey or Little Rose is? I'm not Catholic, so I don't know if they're important figure heads in that religion, and when we called Greenfield village about it, they said that no one had reported missing something like that...
Reach high, for the stars lie hidden in your soul. Dream deep, for every dream preceeds that goal.