By Janice Bennett
Now there's new proof: A sixth-century manuscript written in Latin through St. Donato, an Augustinian monk who based a monastery within the region of Valencia, presents never-before-published information about Laurence, born in Valencia yet destined for Italy, the place he turned treasurer and deacon of the Catholic Church less than Pope Sixtus II. It explicitly mentions the main points surrounding the move of the Holy Cup of the final Supper to Spain.
Janice Bennett acquaints the reader with the spell binding tale of the Holy Chalice, the well known relic that embarked from the final Supper on an grand pilgrimage that providentially resulted in the Cathedral of Valencia, a staggering odyssey that has been characterised by way of chance, greed, martyrdom and fireplace. it's a attention-grabbing and attractive account that would dispel perpetually the inaccurate proposal that the recognized relic used to be ever misplaced. The legendary Quest for the Holy Grail is now over. Includes 20 pages of colour illustrations.