The Pope removed the title of Hungarian cardinal József Mindszenty in 1973. He died in 1975, but were exhumed in 1991.

The skull and a bone of the late Cardinal József Mindszenty is displayed in the Cathedral of Esztergom in Hungary.

It is again a mystery why the skull of József Mindszenty is kept for inside the alter of the Cathedral of  Esztergom in Hungary.

As a cardinal, Mindszenty fell from grace in december 1973. At the age of 81, Mindszenty was stripped of his titles by the Pope, who declared the Hungarian cardinal’s seat officially vacated, but refused to fill the seat while Mindszenty was still alive.

The cardinal died on Mat 6th 1975, and was buried.  The former Roman Catholic clergy man, was not permitted to R.I.P.  The global news providedr Associated Press (AP), released the following report in 1991:

May. 4, 1991 7:26 PM ET-ESZTERGOM, HUNGARY ESZTERGOM, Hungary (AP):

 Mindszenty’s remains were exhumed this week from a tomb in Mariazell, Austria, where he was buried after his death at age 83 in Vienna on May 6, 1975.

 Source: AP

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My comment:

Cardinal József Mindszenty has not been canonized by the Pope.

It is therefor permissible to question why his skull has been cut of from the rest of his skeleton, and kept for display.

But let us first take a look at some more pictures:

It is difficult to understand why the skull of Mindszenty has to bite in its own bone, probably a leg bone.
A Roman Catholic cardinal bow and pray in front of the skull inside the altar.

Since the last picture is rather disturbing, I will give you the link to where it is published. So no one will question its validity. Link.

Pope Paul VI stripped Cardinal Mindszenty of his chair in 1973.
The dead József Mindszenty. Some demonized priests cut his head off.

All honest and sane beings must question the claimed powers of pieces of a motal mans flesh.

Under what circumstances can a skull gain or loose its “magic powers” and “holiness”?

Since this priest is not an authorized saint of the Roman Catholic Church, can Catholics be sure of the “holiness” of his skull and bones?

And other question that comes to my mind:

Will the skull be removed from the altar,  if the Pope refuses to make the late cardinal a saint?

Within the Roman Catholic religion, there is a difference between a skull that is “venerable”, and a skull that is a “holy skull” of a saint.

Can this skull still be “holy”, even if the Pope do not find the late cardinal worthy of being a Roman Catholic saint?

Under any circumstance:

Can anybody find a single verse in the Bible, where Jesus declared remains of a moral man for “venerable, adorable or holy”?

If there is not a single verse that authorize such display of bones, skulls and corpses, why do the Vatican priesthood put such item inside an altar?

The truth for all Roman Catholics might be very painful. If the priesthood they serve are not servants of Jesus the Messiah, than who do they serve?

There is only one correct answer: Satan. Their final destiny will be very hot place.  Repent or perish.

Revelation 20:9-11

They marched across the breadth of the earth and surrounded the camp of God’s people, the city he loves. But fire came down from heaven and devoured them. And the devil, who deceived them, was thrown into the lake of burning sulfur, where the beast and the false prophet had been thrown. They will be tormented day and night for ever and ever.

Written by Ivar