Pope bows before crowned skull of Czech saint

Pope Benedict XVI has bowed before the skull of the Czech Republic’s patron saint before an open-air mass for the country’s youth.

The skull of a man who died 1000 year ago is adored and venerated by the Roman Catholics
The skull of a man who died 1000 year ago is adored and venerated by the Roman Catholics

Sunday, (September 2009), The 82-year-old pope visited the Saint Wenceslas Basilica in Stara Bolesav, just outside Prague. There he paid homage to the saint on the anniversary of his murder more than 1,000 years ago.

Saint Wenceslas, who was duke of Bohemia until his death, was murdered by his power-hungry pagan brother Boleslav on September 28th, 935 A.D at the gate of a church that used to stand where the basilica is now.

The pope also venerated the so-called Palladium, a small metal picture of the Virgin Mary with Infant Jesus, which according to legend the saint wore on his neck.

Afterwards Benedict headed to a field to celebrate mass before tens of thousands of pilgrims on the last day of his three-day visit to the former communist country.

Most Czechs are non-Catholics, with Papists making up less than a third of the 10.3-million population, according to Vatican data.

Source: Multiple Media.

My comment

If Catholics and non-Catholics alike, do not understand the anti-Christian ritual of venerating, adoring or worshiping a skull, there is absolutely nothing I can say or do to convince you.

Shame on the Pope, and the Papists who believe in this wicked and perverse religion.

If you do not repent and leave this false Church, you will all end up in Hell. Mind my words.

First published: 29th of September 2009.

Written by Ivar

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11 thoughts on “Pope bows before crowned skull of Czech saint

    1. Dear sister.

      I am not sure about the spider. But the demon that came to live inside this skull, is surely not waiting for a chance to jump on you….Just bow down and adore and venerate for a second…

  1. Main Entry: ven·er·ate
    Pronunciation: \ˈve-nə-ˌrāt\
    Function: transitive verb
    Inflected Form(s): ven·er·at·ed; ven·er·at·ing
    Etymology: Latin veneratus, past participle of venerari, from vener-, venus love, charm — more at win
    Date: circa 1623
    1 : to regard with reverential respect or with admiring deference
    2 : to honor (as an icon or a relic) with a ritual act of devotion

    Worship is a completely different issue. My church has many faults, but let’s be honest about what we write.

  2. Yikes….

    Is that a real photo or photoshop?

    Not doubting that they pray to relics but man that’s in your face.

    After all they did remove the 2nd commandment.

    Would love to use a copy of the photo if I could. Please let me know if it would be ok.

    Thanks.

    1. Dear Rob.

      Shalom, and welcome to this site. You are free to use this picture.

      Being a photographer my self, I have no reason to believe that this is a fake picture. I did a quick search on the net. There are many examples of Catholics adoring and venerating bones and dead bodies.

  3. att vörda helgon är att vörda avgudar. Jungfru Maria är ingen med frälserska vi ska inte be om hennes och helgonens förböner: Endast Yeshua Den Himmelske Fadern och Den Helige Ande!!!!!

  4. Devotion is an act of prayer or private worship and reverential/ reverence in the aspect you use it here involves veneration as well. The catholic church is an antiGOD CULT they have changed God’s laws three typical examples are : 1st, 2nd and the 3rd commandments. First by changing the sabbath and worshipping of Madonna and Child as If that’s not enough they’ve lead 1.2 billion people this wrong path.

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