If you ever get the desire to pray in front of a leg bone, this might be your chance.

The arrangement seems to be nite for a bow before the remains of a man, who was removed from his grave and cut into pieces.

For those who might believe this is a joke, you will get a proper link to the publisher’s of these photos.

The head of Oliver Plukett is kept in a different box, than his leg bone.

The Relic of St Oliver Plunkett in kept in the parish church of his native Oldcastle in Ireland.  Please do not let your children pray in front of his cut of head.  They might get nightmares.

His feast is 11th of July.  If you want to read more about St. Oliver, we have provided some information for you. Click this link.

Even a leg bone needs to get some fresh air, at least once a year. This one is paraded in Ireland on 11th of July.

I am not sure what persons in the Bible, this kind of wickedness best can be related to. But I have concluded that the dull mind of King Nebuchadnezzar might be a suitable example. The idolatry of the Babylonian king made him mad. He started to eat grass “like a cow”, and even his nails became deformed. He must have both looked and acted like an animal.

 Daniel 4:33
Immediately what had been said about Nebuchadnezzar was fulfilled. He was driven away from people and ate grass like cattle. His body was drenched with the dew of heaven until his hair grew like the feathers of an eagle and his nails like the claws of a bird.

I am not sure if the bones of “St. Oliver” can hear any prayers. But the priest have at least given the worshipers a notice of whom this leg bone is supposed to have belonged too, before his grave was opened and looted by  Roman Catholic priests.

Written by Ivar