Saint Stanislaus is home to a large number of first and second class relics. Some have been at the parish for years, and others were recently donated to the oratory by the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. They are reserved in one of the two sacristies and have been organized and set into beautiful frames for easier viewing and veneration by the faithful. The name of the particular saint appears with the relic. They are placed on display for veneration in the church on the Solemnity of All Saints on November 1st. (Not all of the parish’s relics are featured here. For example, there is a relic of Saint Stanislaus in the nave of the church.)

Saint Rita and Saint Stephen

Second class relic of Padre Pio

Veil of the Virgin Mary

Saint Claire and Saint Augustine

Saint John the Evangelist and Saint Anthony of Padua 

Certificate authenticating the original relics placed in the altar of Saint Stanislaus in 1903

Saint Thérèse of Lisieux

Saint Jude the Apostle

Saints Philomena, Apollonia, Edward, Helen, Blaise, Francis of Assisi, Pope Leo the Great, Conrad, Clement, Mary Magdalen(?), Aloysius Gonzaga