Catholics in England worship saint made of gold

Saint John Southworth died, but his remains are kept for display. His body is “turned” into a statue of gold.

He looks like the phantom of the Opera, but is a claimed to be Catholic saint.

Have you ever seen such a face, claimed to be the remains of a Catholic saint?

John Southworth was  born in Lancashire in 1592. He was ordained priest in Douai, France, in 1618. According to Catholic history, he was arrested and condemned in 1654. He was hung, drawn and quartered at Tyburn gallows (Marble Arch) on 28 June 1654

His remains were taken to Douai, and in 1930 returned to England. They are now kept in the Chapel of St George and the English Martyrs in Westminster in London.

Source: Wikipedia and others.

My comment:

It is quite bizarre, that Catholics do open the tombs of the dead, and carry their remains over sea and mountains.

Event the pagan Egyptians did not open the tombs, believing a curse would rest up on persons who do this acts of “grave robbery”.

This picture of the hand of claimed "saint John" is like cut out of the James Bond movie "goldfinger"

King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon tried to force the Jews to worship an image of gold. The Jews refused.

Daniel 3:5
As soon as you hear the sound of the horn, flute, zither, lyre, harp, pipes and all kinds of music, you must fall down and worship the image of gold that King Nebuchadnezzar has set up.

But the Pope has managed to convince his faithful to the make the scriptures null and void, by adoring, venerating or worshiping this image of gold.

Wickedness presented as holiness inside a claimed to be Church.


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12 thoughts on “Catholics in England worship saint made of gold

    1. Dear Sueliz.

      Shalom, and thanks for blessing me.

      I have earlier published pictures of a Catholic priest “venerating” a skull. That is bad enough. But to worship a saint that has been made into a gold statue, that should be able to open the eyes of some Catholics. Because it is really insane.

      The problem with Roman Catholics at large, is that they have received the spirit of a fake Messiah. A copy, a replacement of the true Messiah. The “Messiah” that is promoted by Rome is an anti-Messiah. The Bible calls such a false savior “The antichrist”.

      The spirit of antichrist except this kind of religious stuff. And when people do not want to repent, there is very little we can do to help them.

      The ecumenical wind is taking millions of Protestant Sunday Church going “Christians” down the road to Rome. That will be their doom.

  1. Hi Ivarfjeld,
    I agree with you. I am so blessed to have been saved and pulled out by His Grace. And it’s only been so recently. A Catholic friend of mine told me I was decieved and on a grave path for leaving the RCC.

    I saw the skull thing. That was disgusting. How on earth is that honoring God? His wrath is for such as this.

    Always love checking your blog everyday. You do a fantastic job!!

  2. And as a man was being buried, lo, a marauding band was seen and the man was cast into the grave of Eli’sha; and as soon as the man touched the bones of Eli’sha, he revived, and stood on his feet. [2 King 13:21]

    1. Dear Creation by design.

      Shalom, and welcome to this site.

      A very good point. Lets take a deeper look.

      2 Kings 13:14
      Now Elisha was suffering from the illness from which he died.

      Poor Elisha. Why did He die from a sickness? And how could a man be raised from the grave, by touching a dead mans bones?

      This is found in the Old Testament.

      What about the New Testament?

      Acts 5:14:

      As a result, people brought the sick into the streets and laid them on beds and mats so that at least Peter’s shadow might fall on some of them as he passed by.

      In conclusion: God of the Bible has done a lot of things that might look strange to us. But if the example of Elisha should be followed we should all seek to die from a sickness, and pray that people should be thrown into our graves, and get their life back.

      I feel it is difficult to create a doctrine of faith, based on this rather strange episode found in the book of Kings. There are more strange things found in the book of Kings, that can be mentioned in this debate.

  3. Hello Ivarfjeld. Thanks for your kind greeting. I wish you peace also.

    You offer an interesting interpretation, and some questions that are good to consider. In the New Testament also we also read:

    Acts 19:11-12

    God did extraordinary miracles through Paul, so that even handkerchiefs and aprons that had touched him were taken to the sick, and their illnesses were cured and the evil spirits left them.

    So, perhaps we would ask, “how could a person’s illness be cured merely by touching a handkerchief that Paul had touched”?

    As for creating doctrines of the faith — I don’t know how you would propose to do that, but I am very open to your ideas on how to do it.

    1. Dear Creation by Design.

      Shalom.

      Normally my germs goes in the handkerchief….Just a joke…

      Doctrines of faith is like this.

      Because people got healed by touching Paul’s handkerchief, does not mean that all believers handkerchiefs has healing powers. But when Jesus says He is the only way to Heaven, there will simply be no other way. So some Bible verses, or a few of them seen in correct reference, are so exclusive, that we can make a doctrine.

  4. Hi Ivarfjeld,

    Because people got healed by touching Paul’s handkerchief, does not mean that all believers handkerchiefs has healing powers.

    Yes, I think you’re agreeing that it means that “some believers handkerchiefs have healing powers” since we see that fact illustrated in Scripture.

    … some Bible verses, or a few of them seen in correct reference, are so exclusive, that we can make a doctrine.

    I would like to see a listing of the all doctrines you have created. That would help me to know what you believe. Also, it would help me to know why I should accept your interpretation. Perhaps you have more faith and knowledge about God than anyone else does?

    1. Dear creation by design

      Shalom.

      I have not got my handkerchief properly examined. And to read a list over proper Christian doctrines, I will recommend you go and purchase some books in a Christian bookshop.

      I can also recommend the Bible, as a good coach:

      1 Timothy 1:3
      As I urged you when I went into Macedonia, stay there in Ephesus so that you may command certain men not to teach false doctrines any longer

      1 Timothy 6:3
      If anyone teaches false doctrines and does not agree to the sound instruction of our Lord Jesus Christ and to godly teaching.

  5. All the comments written above are from men who ( in the words of St Jude ) “abuse anything they do not understand” and are in need of the Lord’s correction.
    All true Christians are grateful to belong to the communion of saints and are inspired by the life, and supported by the prayers, of St. John Southworth whose saintly pleas are “according to the mind of GOD”.
    Catholic martyrs are of that privileged band mentioned in Luke XXII v 28.
    As a Protestant I found biblical brain-washing to be widely endemic especially among those with churchy pretensions.
    As a Catholic, I met Jesus Christ and was liberated from the power of those who seek and offer salvation at a distance, as it were, being, all the while, preyed upon by fictions and fantasies disguised as doctrine wholesome and divine.

  6. All the comments on this page stem from the lie that the body of St John Southworth is a STATUE.
    There is clear historical evidence that the actual body of the saint (that which was preserved after
    his quartering) is contained reconstituted in the reliquary. There is, thank God, photographic
    evidence to support this, once only available to Cardinal Bourne and his French advisors. It dates
    to the time of the transfer of the relics from France to London.

  7. You stupid ignorant jackass!!! Catholics DO NOT worship saints and never did. They VENERATE saints through prayer and homage to a holy person who is now with God. Stop spreading your lies and mal truths about the Catholic Church. Keep your poor criticisms to your own faith and leave ours alone.

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