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The Basilica of the Holy Cross of Jerusalem is the titular church in Rome. Saint Basilica The Cross of Jerusalem was built in the middle of the 4th century within the walls of the Palatium Sessorianum, first belonging to the emperor Heliogabal, and later to Constantine the Great and his mother Saint. Helena. In 1758, the temple was rebuilt in the Baroque style.
In the basilica, relics brought from Jerusalem by Saint. Helena, mother of Emperor Constantine I. The most valuable relics are: pieces of the cross of Christ (hence the name of the church) and Titulus Crucis, i.e. a fragment of the tablet with a sentence written by Pilate in Latin, Greek and Hebrew: Jesus of Nazareth, the Jewish king. There are also saints there: the finger of St. Of Tomasz, arm of the beam of the Good Rogue, a copy of the Turin shroud.
The tomb of the Servant of God Antonietta Meo, an Italian who wrote letters to Jesus and grew up near the church, is also in the Basilica.