Pope Clement of Rome has two skulls. One kept in Italy and one in Chile. A church in Chile and one in Venezuela, both claim they have his “holy corpse”.
Pope Clement I (Latin: Clemens Romanus; Greek: Κλήμης Ῥώμης; died 99), also known as Saint Clement of Rome, is listed by Irenaeus and Tertullian as Bishop of Rome, holding office from 88 to his death in 99. He is considered to be the first Apostolic Father of the Church.
Be aware of false apostles, and wolfs in sheep clothing. In his second letter to the Church of Corinth, Paul the Apostle warns us about false brethren who harmed him.
Who were they? And do we have such religious people around us today?
The madness of the Vatican priesthood comes to us unlimited. That the Roman Catholic Church keep two skulls of the 4th Pope is a brilliant example. To keep corpses inside religious shrines to be adored and venerated, is bad enough. That two different Churches in Chile and Venezuela claim to have his corpse, amount to fraud. The guilty of these crimes might have passed away. But the responsible Bishops and Cardinals. who let this swindle continue, should be persecuted and locked up in prison.
Here are some pictures:
A coprse of Pope Clement of Rome is also present in Venezuela.
To adore, venerate and worship bones, skulls and corpses in the name of Christ, defame God of the Bible. For all honest Evangelical Christians, the papacy is a disgrace. When Protestant Christians claim that the Roman Catholic Church is a Christian Church, it is simply a damnable lie. The name of Jesus is dragged through the gutter by people misusing his name. The result is horrible. Tens of millions of people take a stand against Christianity. Others are kept in the dark, that over a billion of Roman Catholic are misguided by their own priesthood. They are all taken down the broad highway to hell.
Do not participate in these acts of religious evils. But rather expose them. Warn people in the most stern ways, not to acknowledge Roman Catholicism as a part of the Messianic believers in Jesus the Messiah.
Written by Ivar