Catholics adore the skull of “holy Helena”

The skull of “holy Helena” the mother of Emperor Constantine, can be adored in the Cathedral of Trier in Germany. Flavia Julia Elena (Latin: Flavia Iulia Helena; Helenopolis, about 248 – Trier, 329) was august Roman Empire, concubine (or maybe wife) Emperor Constantius and mother of Emperor Constantine I. Catholics venerate as St. Helena Empress.… Read More Catholics adore the skull of “holy Helena”