The hunt for the skull and bones of Holy Roman emperor

The skull of Charlemagne is kept in a bust in the Roman Catholic ‪Cathedral of Aachen in‬ West Germany. Charlemagne (/ˈʃɑːrlᵻmeɪn/; 2 April 742/747/748[1] – 28 January 814), also known as Charles the Great (Latin: Carolus or Karolus Magnus) or Charles I, was King of the Franks. He united most of Western Europe during the early… Read More The hunt for the skull and bones of Holy Roman emperor

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”

Spanish king parade military Catholic skull

King Felipe of Spain parade the holy skull of the military order of Saint Hermenegildo. Saint Hermenegild or Ermengild (died 13 April 585) (Spanish: San Hermenegildo, from Gothic Ermen Gild, “immense tribute”), The Royal and Military Order of Saint Hermenegild (Spanish: Real y Militar Orden de San Hermenegildo) is both a general military honor and… Read More Spanish king parade military Catholic skull

Bowing before the Catholic skulls of Chrysanthus and Daria

Watch a local bishop in Modena in Northern Italy, bowing and offering incense before busts with two 1.700 year old skulls. In 2008 the cathedral Reggio Emilia in Modena in Northern Italy faced renovations. The workers discovered more than 300 bones belonging to two skeletons in one of the sealed crypts. The skulls were packed… Read More Bowing before the Catholic skulls of Chrysanthus and Daria

Armenian skull returned to Church in Naples

On 11th of April 2015, the skull of Gregory the Illuminator was returned from Armenia to Naples in Italy. Saint Gregory the Illuminator  (c. 257 – c. 331) is the patron saint and first official head of the Armenian Apostolic Church. He was a religious leader who is credited with converting Armenia from paganism to Christianity in 301.… Read More Armenian skull returned to Church in Naples

The Bishop exhumed “Luke” for worship

Bishop Mattiazzo of Padua in Veneto in Italy exhumed the skeleton of claimed “saint Luke”. The skull is used during worship in the local Cathedral. Basilica di Santa Giustina in Padova, Veneto, Italy. Source of information “Thanks to the decision made by the Metropolitan Chapter of the St. Vitus Cathedral, the treasured reliquary, containing the… Read More The Bishop exhumed “Luke” for worship

Catholics pray in front of the heart of “St. Camillus”

Roman Catholics venerate the heart of a claimed to be saint who died in 1614 A.D. This heart of “St. Camillus” is kept for adoration and veneration in the Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Rome. The headquarters of the Camillian Fathers is at Riverstown House, in Killucan in Ireland. From here the Camillian Province… Read More Catholics pray in front of the heart of “St. Camillus”