This man died 403 years ago. A wax copy of the corpse is honored in ‪Santa Maria in Campitelli‬ in Rome.

A Roman Catholic priest is offering incense in front of a wax figure.

Saint Giovanni Leonardi (1541 – October 9, 1609) was founder of the Clerks Regular of the Mother of God of Lucca.

The final Rule of his community was published in 1851. Two houses of the Clerks of the Mother of God were opened when he died, three others were opened during the seventeenth century.

The faithful Catholics carry this wax figure on their shoulders.

Giovanni Leonardi was declared Venerable in 1701, beatified by Pius IX in 1861, and canonized by Pius XI on 17 April 1938.

His  feast day is celebrated on October 9.

Source: Wikipedia and others.

Lets take a look at some pictures of this “saint”:

Priests in Rome stand in a circle and pray in front of the wax figure. (click on the image to get a larger copy).
The full “Church” stand and adore the chemical copy of a deceased person.
A wedding couple kneel, and a priest read from scripture facing the doll.

My comment:

I fully understand that decomposed corpses inside “Churches” might give children nightmares. But still it is worth noticing that Roman Catholic priests dress us dolls, or wax figures for their feasts.

Just like small girls, who dress up their barbie dolls.

I feel there might be a connection her. Because Roman Catholic priest do dress up in female clothing, and many of them are gays.

To offer incense to a doll, or a wax figure, is nevertheless a wicked thing to do. There are some obvious questions that must be asked by truth seekers:

When did a wax figure turn out to be “holy”?

Can a wax figure loose the anointing?

Can this kind of anointing jump on to the onlookers?

In fairy tales, puppets do become alive. Some people even start to play the role of their favorite cartoons.

Lets take a look at some more pictures:

The priests are conducting a mass, facing the doll.
Taking the wax figure out of the Church for a stroll.
The children help their father to entertain the wax copy of the corpse of a moral man. Curses are passed from the parents to their children.

To parade a wax figure through the streets, is frankly quite ridicules.  Is there no Roman Catholics who can see that this in a not worthy circus?  Not even for religious people.

Do they think that God of the Bible is a Jester, or just a joke?

Shame on all religious people who attend such assemblies of the wicked. Eternal condemnation is what they deserve. Mercy is what they have to seek. If they do not repent, they will all perish.

May Jesus the Messiah have mercy on all of us. Amen.

Written by Ivar