Adalbert of Prague has two claimed skulls. One in Gniezno in Poland and one in Prague.  The skull in Gniezno was stolen in 1923.

Cardinal Dominik Duka offer insence to the claimed skull of Adalbert.

Adalbert  (Latin: Adalbertus; c. 956 – 23 April 997), known in Czech by his birth name Vojtěch (Latin: Voitecus), was a Bohemian missionary and Christian saint. He was the Bishop of Prague and a missionary to the Hungarians, Poles, and Prussians, who was martyred in his efforts to convert the Baltic Prussians to Christianity.

Some more photos:

The skull is being carried in procession into the mass.
Like a cheese it is kept inside a “clock”.
The skull is placed next to the altar.
The skull placed on the altar
The second claimed skull of Adalbert is kept inside this bust in the Cathedral of Prague.
The skull in Poland is placed in the center of the mass.

Adalbert was Canonized in 999 AD in Rome by Pope Sylvester II

According to Bohemian accounts, in 1039 the Bohemian Duke Břetislav I looted the bones of St. Adalbert from Gniezno in a raid and translated them to Prague. According to Polish accounts, however, he stole the wrong relics, namely those of St. Gaudentius, while the Poles concealed St. Adalbert’s relics, and consequently remain in Gniezno. In 1127 his severed head, which was not in the original purchase according to Roczniki Polskie, was discovered and translated to Gniezno.

Pope Benedict made Duka Cardinal in 2012.

In 1928, one of the arms of St. Adalbert, which Bolesław I had given to Holy Roman Emperor Otto III in 1000, was added to the bones preserved in Gniezno. Therefore, today St. Adalbert has two elaborate shrines in the Prague Cathedral and Royal Cathedral of Gniezno, each of which claims to possess his relics, but which of their bones are his authentic relics is unknown. For example, pursuant to both claims the Saint has two skulls. The one in Gniezno was stolen in 1923.

Source Wikipedia.

My comment:

Leaving behind that there are two different Roman Catholic Churches who claim to have the skull of the same man:

What are the spiritual implications of offering incense to a skull, and stand and pray before it?

If its the wrong skull, this is religious fraud of its worst kind. But even if it is the correct  900 old skull, the Cardinal worship the remain of a dead man. The Bible say that man shall not pray to or for the dead. A true follower of the Messiah, will never pray in any other name than Jesus the Messiah (Yeshua).

Mark 7:9
And he continued, ‘You have a fine way of setting aside the commands of God in order to observe your own traditions!

These images display very well why the Roman Catholic Church is not a Christian church. Regardless of the claims of the Vatican and Popes. The Vatican religious movement is a despicable worshipper of rotten stuff like skull, bones and corpses. A fruit of erroneous doctrines that leads to curses. The Roman Catholic priesthood has placed it self as an enemy of God of the Bible.

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.

Stay away from such wicked assemblies, who mock God in the name of “Christ”.

Written by Ivar