Parading a Catholic skull in Bari in Italy

Saint Corrado is the patron saint of Molfetta in Bari in Italy. His skull is taken out for a stroll, hidden inside a silver bust.  

The skull of Italian Corrado is hidden inside te silver bust.
The skull of Italian Corrado is hidden inside te silver bust.

San Corrado, the patron saint of Molfetta, was a Bavarian nobleman who after fighting in the Holy Land as Crusaders decided to dedicate his life to prayer, living as a hermit in a grotto in Puglia.

He aroused great admiration in locals, who immediately began to appeal to his intercession. Gratitude was collected silver and did sculpt a bust to store his skull.

A French book has been published about the
An Italian  book has been published with an image f how the “holy head” of Corrado is put into the silver bust.
This book expose the death cult of the Pope.
This book expose the death cult of the Pope.
The Egyptians will lose heart, and I will bring their plans to nothing; they will consult the idols and the spirits of the dead, the mediums and the spiritists.
An order broder place the skull inside the silver bust.
An order broder with white gloves, place the skull inside the silver bust.
The silver bust of
A silver bust of “holy Corrado”,  also known as Konrad of Bavaria.
This
This “holy head” contains the skull of Corrado. His bones are scattered all over the world, sold as relics.
The
The silver bust with the “holy skull” of Saint Corrado is taken out for a strol in Bari in Italy.

The feast of San Corrado is celebrated annually in Molfetta by a procession that carries the skull of the saint in a silver reliquary round the town. The Cathedral, built on the sea, so that the sailors could see it from a distance, preserves the bones of the saint today placed under the altar and the skull embedded in a silver bust

Source: Italian Catholic website and wikipedia

My comment:

This time I am not concerned about the bones that is kept under the altar. But rather the skull that is kept in a silver bust.

Why not display the skull in public?

When Roman Catholics parade their skulls, corpses and bones, there is no need to keep them in metal boxes. It is more honest to display to the World, that the Roman Catholic Church is the skull and bones society,  who worship the remains of the dead.

For if someone comes to you and preaches a Jesus other than the Jesus we preached, or if you receive a different spirit from the Spirit you received, or a different gospel from the one you accepted, you put up with it easily enough.

The Bible explains that worshiping the dead, amount to witchcraft. This kind of occult powers are used by the Roman Catholic priesthood, to keep the Vatican faithful in bondage. Because they have been bewitched, they are simply not able to understand that what they do is sinful. In fact blasphemy against the living God of the Bible, defaming God in the name of “Christ”.

And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them.

Do not participate in the lawlessness and sin of these people, but rather expose them. May Jesus of the Bible have mercy on all souls who have been tricked by the Pope and his priests. Amen.

Written by Ivar

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3 thoughts on “Parading a Catholic skull in Bari in Italy

  1. Roman Catholics mutilate the corpses of the dead, and by all appearances seem to be utterly fascinated with them, Muslims have also mutilated corpses; a practice which began with their “prophet” Mohammad; ………..just for different reasons. Messing around with dead bodies and dismembering them is an filthy, disgusting practice, no matter how much the dismembered corpse is decorated and displayed.

    1. Dear Scarlett

      Shalom, and love in Jesus.

      You wrote: “Messing around with dead bodies”…..In this article, we see how a skull is being hidden inside a silver byst. Than paraded through the streets, as a sign of “holiness”. We have to marvel about what powers the Roman Catholics think there is in this skull. They could have put a doll inside, or a piece of meat.

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