The Altar within Saint Anthony Chapel - Three identical reliquaries to the left and right of the tabernacle.
St. Ignatius: Third Bishop of Antioch, follower of John the Apostle, consecrated Bishop by Peter the Apostle, died in 108 A.D., fed to lions
St. Timothy: First Bishop of Ephesus, follower of St. Paul, Bishop in the town that the Virgin Mary lived, died in 80 A.D., stoned to death
St. Anthony Cauleus: Patriarch of Constantinople, died 901 A.D.
St. Apollinaris: Bishop of Valance, France, his cloak upon contact cured the King of a severe illness, died 520 A.D.
St. Blaise: Bishop of Sebastea, known for the "Blessing of Throats," died 316 A.D., beheaded
St. Polycarp: Bishop of Smyrna, died AD155 burned at the stake, but fire could not consume him; then speared to death