This 15th century reliquary probably originates from Germany rather than the Haspengouw region. It should not be surprising to find such a unique shrine in this location, just looking at the opulent interior of this village church. Its presence obviously relates to the de Renesse family of nobility, which made special donations over the centuries and provided lavish furnishings and interiors for the building. It is also thought that the shrine was purchased by the family. The most striking feature of the shrine is the painting. It depicts the kneeling patron, Saint Jerome, Saint Agnes, Saint Catherine and John The Baptist.