Gordini: Pope canonized exhumed Jewish bones

Gian Domenico Gordini writes: “Both bodies were buried in a Jewish cemetery. Why is this ignored; Were they Jewish?”

Its not easy to say if these bones are of a Jew or a Roman Catholic. The Pope claim the skull belongs to a saint.
Its not easy to say if these bones are of a Jew or a Roman Catholic. The Pope claim the skull belongs to a saint.

Vitalis of Milan is venerated as a saint in the Catholic Church. Some sources relate to Vital with the legend of St. Ursicino Ravenna. Two different “saints” seems to have buried in the same cemetery.

But why exhumes bones from a Jewish cemetery, and claim the bones to be of a Roman Catholic?  

– If true, this claimed crucifixion of Italian saint Vital of Milan should be assumed of a non Roman citizen, since for them the death penalty was usually decapitation, Gordini writes.

Therefore, it is said that this whole story is strange and has every appearance of being fictitious or erroneous. They are based on the stories of Ambrose, and legend Ursicino place the events at different dates.

Italian Catholic or a Jew. His remains is put for display in a Roman Catholic shrine in Mexico.
Italian Catholic or a Jew. His remains is put for display in a Roman Catholic shrine in Mexico.

St. Vital is venerated in Rome, Faenza, Rimini, Como, Ferrara, Venice and Verona, Italy; and Zadar (Croatia). However the most famous temple of the Catholic saint is the church of San Vitale in Ravenna, a masterpiece of Byzantine architecture. His feast day is April 28.

Source: Spanish wikipedia

My comment

The display of skulls and bones in Roman Catholic shrines, has been debated over the years in this site.

This kind of religious stuff is truly disgusting, and amounts to making a mockery of faith in God of the Bible.

But here we see something interesting. The claim of Gian Domenico Gordini. He was a professor living in Rome in the 13th centrury. Gordini hints that the Pope might not be infallible at all. If the claimed “saint” died a Jew, he could not have been Roman Catholic “saint”. The Pope might have canonized the wrong person, taken the wrong skull and bones through the process of “beatifucation”. Prayer have been offered to the dead, miracles confirmed, based on answers from the wrong person!….

Absolutely amazing.

This rocks the whole religion of the Vatican, and her doctrines. The belief that Pope that can never commit a mistake, when he canonize a “saint”. And if the Pope is fallible when declaring a “saint, the chair of the papacy should be thrown into the nearest river.

 Matthew 23:27
“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.

Please do so, and ask Jesus the Messiah to have mercy on all Roman Catholics.

Written by Ivar

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2 thoughts on “Gordini: Pope canonized exhumed Jewish bones

  1. It doesn’t matter if the pope is right or wrong he’s still infallible. If you’ve ever seen the movie 1984 you’ll understand. What is important to the party is that people believe he is right, especially when he’s wrong. The 2+2=5 algorythm

    1. Dear Ed

      Shalom, and love in Jesus.

      All who are not born-again by the Spirit of God will claim truth being a product of the opinion of the majority. All spirit filled Christians, will claim the Word of God being the truth. Jesus said bluntly. I AM, the truth!.

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