Saint John Southworth died, but his remains are kept for display. His body is “turned” into a statue of gold.
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.
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”.
King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon tried to force the Jews to worship an image of gold. The Jews refused.
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.