Vietnamese Catholics in the city of Xuzhou bow and kiss the skull of missionary Jean-Théophane Vénard during “holy mass”.
San Juan Theophane Venard (Jean-Théophane Vénard, November 21 of 1829 – Tonkin , Vietnam , Feb. 2 of 1861 ) was a French Catholic missionary and martyr in Indochina .
He was a member of the Foreign Missions of Paris . He was beatified along with 33 other Catholics (the majority native of Tonkin, ( Cochin-China ). Pope John Paul II canonized 19 martyrs with more in 1988 .
After being executed, his head was exposed on a tree until he was rescued by Christians and their remains are venerated today in Tonkin. His body rests in the crypt of the Society of Foreign Missions of Paris. The cause of his beatification was introduced in 1879 . He was beatified on May 2, 1909 by St. Pius X and canonized on June 19, 1988 by John Paul II .
This is the fruits of Jesuit missionaries in Asia. They left behind death cults of idol worshipers. Not only idols of mortal beings. But of corpses, bones and skulls.
One of them is the cult of Francis Xavier in Goa, in India. The father of Jesuit mission activities in the Portuguese Asian empire.
Jesus the Messiah warned us about such death cults. If you find it difficult to find examples confirming this verse in the Bible, please use these skull-vorshippers.
‘Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You travel over land and sea to win a single convert, and when you have succeeded, you make them twice as much a child of hell as you are.
This death cult has been blessed and approved by late Pope John II, who made this skull an “holy item” of one of the Vatican saints.
If you love life, and wants to escape the fire of Hell, you must renounce the evils of these Jesuits. They acted like barbarians, robed and stole land, as they misused the name of “Christ” in the most filthy ways. Just look at all these poor deceived people in Vietnam, whom they made bow down and kiss the skull of one of their missionaries.
Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them.
Do not participate in the evils ot the Vatican, but rather expose them. Just like the Apostle Paul would have done.
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The Catholic Church has a Catechism which cross-references the Bible with the Early Church Fathers.
This makes for much more consistency interpretation.
Polycarp is a good proof of this:
1. He was a disciple of Saint John the Evangelist, and thus bore direct witness to the faith of the Apostles.
2. He made many converts amongst the Gnostics.
3. The manner of his martyrdom provides us with very early evidence for not just the veneration of saints, but the preservation and veneration of their relics.
“…However, when the centurion saw that the Jews were spoiling for a quarrel, he had the body fetched out publicly, as is their usage, and burnt. So, after all, we did gather up his bones – more precious to us than jewels and finer than pure gold – and we laid them to rest in a spot suitable for the purpose. Then we shall assemble, as occasion allows, with glad rejoicings; and with the Lord’s permission we shall celebrate the birthday of his martyrdom.”
Early Christian Writings: The Apostolic Fathers pp.130-131, Penguin.
This is the earliest account (c.155 AD) of early Christians venerating and honour Saints.
Honoring the dead bodies of God’s servants is also seen in Exodus 13:19 where the Israelites take Joseph’s body out of Egypt:
“And Moses took Joseph’s bones with him: because he had adjured the children of Israel, saying: God shall visit you, carry out my bones from hence with you.”
“And the bones of Joseph which the children of Israel had taken out of Egypt, they buried in Sichem, in that part of the field which Jacob had bought of the sons of Hemor the father of Sichem, for a hundred young ewes, and it was in the possession of the sons of Joseph.”
Shalom, and love in Jesus.
We do not celebrate the maryrdom of Jesus. We celebrate His ressurection. The pop’s “saints” are dead. Jesus is alive. ALIVE.
The Bible says there is only ONE mediator between man and God. Stick to Him.
The Jews did not worship the bones of their dead. They laid them in tombs. They are there up till today. Have you seen anyone in Israel, roaming around with the skull of Joseph?
If we are to mention Polycarp we should at least consider the circumstances of his death.
Polycarp – A Martyr for Truth
Polycarp’s greatest contribution to Christianity may be his martyred death. His martyrdom stands as one of the most well documented events of antiquity. The emperors of Rome had unleashed bitter attacks against the Christians during this period, and members of the early church recorded many of the persecutions and deaths. Polycarp was arrested on the charge of being a Christian — a member of a politically dangerous cult whose rapid growth needed to be stopped. Amidst an angry mob, the Roman proconsul took pity on such a gentle old man and urged Polycarp to proclaim, “Caesar is Lord”. If only Polycarp would make this declaration and offer a small pinch of incense to Caesar’s statue he would escape torture and death. To this Polycarp responded, “Eighty-six years I have served Christ, and He never did me any wrong. How can I blaspheme my King who saved me?” Steadfast in his stand for Christ, Polycarp refused to compromise his beliefs, and thus, was burned alive at the stake.
He was killed by the Romans for refusing to acknowledge Caesar as ‘Lord’.
So the Romans who were pagans had him burnt.
What threat was he to Rome?
He was a Sabbath keeping Christian, the Apostle John would have passed on to Polycarp ‘the faith which was once for all handed down to the saints’.
Such a Christian was a threat to pagan Rome until pagan Rome altered Christianity to accomodate the universal (catholic) doctrine that now poses as Christianity and has much of the media reporting it as such today.
Joseph made his family promise not to leave his remains in Egypt, so his body was mummified, so that it could be transported and laid to rest in the family tomb, not brought out into the open and kissed and paraded for all to see.
It is no surprise that the catechism devised by Rome draws on scriptures in isolation to justify it’s practices.
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Ivar, it is difficult not to hate them for doing this to these people but we must pray for them and those deceived by them!
Shalom, and love in Jesus.
We who have Roman Catholics in our families, must expose the Vatican because we love them. Our beloved family need to be told that they are partakers in evils, and that their priesthood do not represent God of the Bible.
Yes, we must do this, Ivar! Living at a distance from my family has spared me from going to funerals, etc., but has limited my opportunities to speak to them.