The skull of St. Yves is kept for display. But his bones have disappeared.
The most popular of the numerous Breton saints, Yves is known officially as St. Yves of Tréguier, the patron saint of judges and lawyers.
But where is St. Yves today?
The rest of his bones may or not be in the tomb. Some say that the remaining relics were taken to Rome. The literature I have come across is filled with contradictions on this point.
Source: The Tentacle
Lawyers and judges are called to give people justice. This boneless saint have been denied his right to a grave.
Blowing in the with wind, gets a new meaning after reading about this “saint”.
A skull they clam is his, is kept for display in a Church in France, the Cathedral of Tréguier in Brittany. But no one knows for sure where the rest of the bones are.
Not only have this man, been denied a place to rest in a grave. His bones have disappeared. Some, or all of them might have been taken to Rome.
Since the Roman Catholics believe in the resurrection of the wicked on the last day, from where is this man going to surface?
“Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You are like whitewashed tombs, which look beautiful on the outside but on the inside are full of the bones of the dead and everything unclean.
Written by Ivar