London, England, Jun 19, 2018 / 14:24 pm
A relic discovered last year by a U.K. waste management company found a home Tuesday in London's Westminster Cathedral.
"Choosing an appropriate resting place was very important to us," said Enviro Waste Owner James Rubin in a statement on the company's website. "Therefore, we think Westminster Cathedral is the best and safest place for the bone due to its importance to the church and to ensure that it won't get lost again!"
Rubin presented the relic to Archbishop George Stack of Cardiff at the cathedral's Lady Chapel June 19. Archbishop Stack is chair of the English and Welsh bishops' patrimony committee.
The relic will be displayed in the Treasures of Westminster Cathedral Exhibition.