“The shining figure of St. Ambrose, your heavenly patron, who was suddenly called to the episcopate, having to abandon a brilliant career as a senior civil servant.”
These are the words of the Pope.
During a meeting Friday with Italy’s provincial regulators, Pope Benedict XVI held up the 4th-century governor-turned-bishop, St. Ambrose of Milan, as a model of a just administrator.
“This holy Bishop and Doctor of the Church, animated by so great a love and respect for state institutions as for those ecclesial, is an extraordinary example of rectitude, especially his loyalty to the law and firmness against injustice and oppression,” Pope Benedict said in his Oct. 14 address to the 110 prefects of Italy.
The Pope held the special audience with at the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican to mark the 150th anniversary of Italian unification.
The Pope is the main promoter of adoration, veneration and worship of skull, bones and corpses.
“Saint” Ambrose is only one of these shining figures that Holy see wants faithful followers wants to adore. The RCC is a death cult, with a man claiming to be “holy father” as their head.
“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.
The skull and bones of this corpse in Italy is 1.600 years old.
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Written by Ivar