Faithful papists in Spain bow before Dona Maria Coronel, one of the “saints” of Sevilla in Spain.
Dona María Fernández Coronel lived in Sevilla in Spain (1334 † 1411).
Her remains can be venerated in Royal Convent of Santa Ines, where the Catholic Church claims “Holy Doña Maria Coronel is uncorrupted”.
I have written about numerous of skulls and bones, that are adored and venerated in Roman Catholic Churches in Italy, and in Catholic Church all over Europe.
This story about Don Maria Coronel is special, because of the very corruptible and disfigured faces of the 600 year old corpse. Lets take a look at some few pictures:
That Spanish people kneel down and pray in front of this Madonna, is just one of many wicked religious manifestation around the “Holy see”.
You can take a look of the worshipers of this corpse on this video:
Dona Maria Coronel is locally knows for lifting the sieges of her convent enforced by the king, by throwing boiling oil on her face to disfigure it. This does not seem to be a proper act of Holiness, as required in the Bible.
The gospel demands that we take good care of our bodies, which is the very Temple of the Holy spirit. We are not instructed to disfigure our selves.
To worship the dead, or/and bowing down and pray to a corpse, is an act of wickedness. We are not supposed to consult departed spirits. Since we all have the right to approach a living God, if we put our trust in Jesus, and only pray in His name.
Matthew 22:32 ‘I am the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob’ ? He is not the God of the dead but of the living.”
Roman Catholics are members of a death cult. This story is yet another proof.
This Spaniard is going into to celebrate the Ishtar festival. He is dressed like a butcher, and he carries a cross.
The Vatican teaches that to “carry the cross”, is to walk around with a physical piece of wood. What Jesus meant, was that we must face and overcome lies, persecution and hardship. We will feel like Jesus felt, when we stand up for His teaching.
The World does not want the gospel. They do not want to obey the teaching of Jesus.
John 3:20 Everyone who does evil hates the light, and will not come into the light for fear that their deeds will be exposed.
When we expose the evil deeds of people living in darkness, the World will hate all Evangelical Christians. The people on the face of the Earth live in spiritual darkness. They love their life in sin. Their deeds are evil.
100 Spanish groups and associations say they want the pope to cancel the beatification, which they denounce as “hypocritical and cynical”.
Pope Francis has been asked to halt the beatification of more than 500 “martyrs of the faith” killed during the Spanish civil war, amid fresh controversy over the political role played by the Roman Catholic Church in the conflict and during the Franco era.
The appeal was made public in advance of a planned mass in Tarragona on Sunday to beatify 522 priests, monks, nuns and Catholic laymen who the Church says fell victim to religious persecution during the 1936-39 war.
The ceremony is the latest in a series of moves by the Church to bestow religious honours on members of the Spanish clergy killed by militias in republican-held areas early in the conflict. The civil war ended in victory for Francisco Franco’s nationalists.
Spanish activists representing more than 100 groups and associations say they want the pope to cancel the beatification, which they denounce as “hypocritical and cynical”. In a letter published on Friday, they also call on him to apologise to Spaniards for the Church’s role in “helping and legitimising the military uprising and the Franco dictatorship that claimed so many victims”.
Signed by an alliance of Spanish groups that demand full scrutiny of abuses and crimes committed under Franco, the letter to Pope Francis says:
“After the death of the dictator nothing changed. In the current democratic period, Spain’s Catholic hierarchy has taken the same line. On the one side, it extols some victims through mass beatifications and canonisations and, on the other side, it forgets the Francoist repression.”
Critics also argue that the Spanish clergy offered crucial political and ideological support to Franco both before and during war, which it hailed as a “crusade” against communists and anarchists. The Catholic Church went on to serve as a pillar of the Franco regime, enjoying not only financial privileges but also huge influence over areas such as education and family law.