Padre Rodolfo Komorek Museum and Reliquary, Sao Jose Dos Campos

(4.3/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Padre Rodolfo Komorek Museum and Reliquary is located in Sao Jose Dos Campos. Put Padre Rodolfo Komorek Museum and Reliquary on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Sao Jose Dos Campos tourist route planner.
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  • Visit this place is to experience a little of the grace of God in the life of this man of faith, father Rodolfo has much to teach us about faith, prayer and love, the place is quiet, well organized and provides an intimate moment with the creator, worth checking out!
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  • This place also has some relics, contains some reports, letters, etc. that demonstrate the miracles of the Holy Father. Many people still look for your grave in the cemetery of the city but don't know that now he is in the shrine Priest Rodolfo, inside of the infant Jesus of Prague which is next to the Holy Family Parish.
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  • Sometimes we visit and we lose the opportunity to learn about the pioneers of São José dos Campos. When you visit the Museum of father Rodolfo, learns about this great man, his scourge and his life of donation, and his career in the city of São José dos Campos. But what impresses most is knowing that when the body of this Father was exhumed, this was incorruptible, but also he could be a future Saint of the Church, because it collects miracles, thanks reached through his intercession in addition to this beautiful story of the Polish priest, the place is beautiful, has the Church Sagrada Familia and a good parking lot.
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