Bishop Mattiazzo of Padua in Veneto in Italy exhumed the skeleton of claimed “saint Luke”. The skull is used during worship in the local Cathedral.

The clamimed skull of Liuke is as object of worship in Northern Italy.
The clamimed skull of Liuke is as object of worship in Northern Italy.

”There were officially two heads of St. Luke, one at Prague and one in Rome,” explains Dr. Gudio Barbujani Doctor Barbujani is geneticist at the University of Ferrara.

The claimed skull of Luke is kept inside glass and gold.
The claimed skull of Luke is kept inside glass and gold.

At Bishop Mattiazzo’s request, the Prague skull was brought to Padua and found to fit perfectly to the topmost neck bone. The tooth, found on the floor of the coffin, also fit into the right socket in the jawbone.

‘I think we should accept that there is no way to tell if it was the Evangelist Luke, but the genetic evidence does not contradict the idea,” Dr. Barbujani said.

Last October, according to the Traces article, at least part of the body completed the circle to its original resting place.

Source: The New York Times.

Roman Catholic priets carry the skull as they anter the Cathedral.
Roman Catholic priets carry the skull as they anter the Cathedral.
The priest parade the
The priest parade the “holy skull” of a mortal man.
The skull gets a center place at the altar, to be used for worship.
The skull gets a center place at the altar, to be used for worship.
The Roman Catholics flock to worship the image of the
The Roman Catholics flock to worship the image of the “Holy madonna” and the “holy skull”.
The Catholics pray infront of the skull.
The Catholics pray infront of the skull.

My comment:

It is by nature interesting that the Roman Catholic Church honors two heads of the gospel writer Luke. Whatever. Roman Catholic bloggers confirms that one of the skulls are used for worship in a Cathedral in a city in Northern Italy:

“The body, if indeed it is Luke’s, has experienced a simpler voyage through history than the head, which was removed by the Emperor Charles IV in 1354 and taken from Padua to Prague, where it rests in the Cathedral of St. Vitus, in the Prague Castle”.

“Image of the opening of the lead coffin in which the body is preserved attributed to St. Luke, on 17 September 1998 and the exposure of the skeleton in the presence of Monsignor Antonio Mattiazzo, bishop of Padua”.

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The Bible explains that worship of created beings is sin against the Creator God. Regardless of what lawless Roman Catholic priests might claim.

To drag remans of mortal men into our places of worship is nothing but blasphemy and wickedness.  In letter to the Romans, God use Paul to warn us. We shall see a priesthood who promote this kind of lawlessness, being handed over to do sinful and shameful acts with their own bodies.

But Jesus told him, ‘Follow me, and let the dead bury their own dead.’

Displayed in these pictures, is the reason why there is widespread sexual immorality, rape, sodomy and molestation among Roman Catholic priests.  They even rape their own altar boys. The victims are in their tens of thousands.

 Romans 1:24-27

Therefore God gave them over in the sinful desires of their hearts to sexual impurity for the degrading of their bodies with one another. They exchanged the truth about God for a lie, and worshipped and served created things rather than the Creator – who is for ever praised. Amen.

 Because of this, God gave them over to shameful lusts. Even their women exchanged natural sexual relations for unnatural ones. In the same way the men also abandoned natural relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed shameful acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their error.

Nothing more needs to be said about this. Look at the pictures They can speak for them selves.

Repent or perish.

Written by Ivar