Bodily remains - or belongings - of a saint which become the object of a cult authorized by the Pope.
pieces of bone or objects associated with a holy person, which are venerated by the faithful.
The physical remains and effects of saints, which are considered worthy of veneration inasmuch as they are representative of persons in glory with God.
items belonging to or coming from saints such as bones, articles of clothing, the saint's tears, saliva even dust from the saint's tomb - they often belonged to a local saint to whom the church itself was dedicated. (p. 307)
The physical remains and effects of saints, which are considered worthy of veneration inasmuch as they represent people who are with God.