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Thursday, 19 September 2013

Roman Catholicism and the worship of the dead XVII: Catholic priests worship corpse of Saint Ubaldo

Catholic priests worship corpse of Saint Ubaldo

http://ivarfjeld.com/2013/07/27/catholic-priests-worship-corpse-of-saint-ubaldo/  

The corpse of St. Ubaldo is kept in St Ubaldo Basilica, a Franciscan Cloister in Gubbio in Italy.
A Roman Catholic priest pray and worship an front of a corpse inside a Church in Italy.
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.

Roman Catholic priests venerate, adore and worship in front of a skeleton.
Luke 17:37
Where, Lord?” they asked. He replied, “Where there is a dead body, there the vultures will gather.”
The Vatican priests carry the skeleton on their shoulders, in front of faithful Catholics.
Do you still wounder how Roman Catholic Priests becomes deceased hypocrites, and rape young children?
This must be some of the most brilliant pictures, that expose Roman Catholic priests worship of corpses, skulls and bones.
What kind of spiritual force, can make a man stand an pray in front of corpses and skeletons?
It is a disgrace than any true Christian can brand the Vatican death cult, as a part of the Christian family. Such perverts as we can see on these pictures, prove that this priesthood breeds anti-Christs on the surface of the Earth.
Source: Flickr
This photo was taken on September 10, 2010.
 Numbers 19:16
“Anyone out in the open who touches someone who has been killed with a sword or someone who has died a natural death, or anyone who touches a human bone or a grave, will be unclean for seven days.
Written by Ivar

19 Responses to Catholic priests worship corpse of Saint Ubaldo

  1. Andrea says:
    These people are stone certifiably NUTS! They remind me of the prophets of Baal that Elijah dealt with ,,,and destroyed many! Yet they continue to deceive young people into getting involved with spirits that get them to ‘cut themselves’…and/or any crazy idea of memorializing the dead on the Internet, talking to the dead.. How so very sad…truly these need to be held accountable for the sheep that go through the broken down fences by Pastors that are not after the Heart of God but are after ‘Gain’…!! at the expense of the sheep being left out for the wolves to pick what is left of them after they are so deceived they’d go anywhere with anyone to get some form of relief…but will refuse the Love, Healing and Help of The Lord of Glory!
  2. 4hollyg says:
    Hi, Ivar,
    How was your vacation or are you still on it?
    This practice is truly disgusting! It is insane. The only One we worship is God or Jesus-not a man! I liked your quote. I also thought of on of the Ten Commandments, although we are under a new law with Jesus-”You shall have no other gods before me.”
    There is nothing in the Bible that says to worship dead men.
  3. Jes says:
    Are they worshipping the dead to get special powers from the spirit of the dead? Otherwise why else would they want to worship someone or something who cannot see, cannot hear, cannot speak and cannot move physically?
    This world is about ‘power, money & sex” … Excuse me, I gotta go, I wanna puke!!
  4. John says:
    Catholics do not worship saints or corpses!!! Prayer to saints is exactly the same thing as asking our fellow Christians to pray for us – especially seeking out particularly devout or holy people, those sometimes called Prayer Warriors, etc. We ask others to pray with us and for us, and because we believe that for those who are members of His Body, death does not separate us, we continue to ask for their prayers after they have passed into eternity and into His Presence.
    Necromancy is summoning the spirits of the dead for the purpose of trying to obtain knowledge that is beyond us, or influencing events by some (presumed) supernatural power.
    And yet, Protestants requesting “praying over” the afflicted or those who need spiritual support? Now just think about that. How can one ask anyone else, or those who belong to that congregation, to pray for others and yet find it disdainful for Catholics to ask a saint to intercede for me? The Saints in Heaven are alive and with God. “He is not the God of Dead, but of the Living” (Mark 12:26-27). In Mark 9: 4, Jesus is seen conversing with Moses and Elijah. Have you ever asked anyone to pray for you when you were having a hard time? Why did you choose to ask that person? You may have chosen someone you could trust, or someone who understood your problem, or someone who was close to God. Those are all reasons we ask saints to pray for us in times of trouble. Since saints led holy lives and are close to God in heaven, we feel that their prayers are particularly effective. Often we ask particular saints to pray for us if we feel they have a particular interest in our problem. For example, many people ask Saint Monica to pray for them if they have trouble with unanswered prayers, because Monica prayed for twenty years for her son to be converted. Finally her prayers were answered in a way she never dreamed of — her son, Augustine, became a canonized saint and a Doctor of the Church.
    • Jes says:
      John,
      Nice explanation, but to me it’s “sheer baloney” because I heard and read such explanations time and time again and knowing the true history of the catholic system I don’t waste my time on such explanations from catholics anymore.
      Catholics hardly study nor seriously follow the Bible in order to learn the truth. For the Word of G-d is the Truth and the Truth will set you free. My friend you are in BONDAGE like all catholics. Get out of her now or you will face damnation.
      …….John 1:17 For the law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Yeshua(Jesus Christ).
      …….John 8:36 So if the Son sets you free, you will be free
      indeed.
      ……John 14:6 “Yeshua(Jesus) said; I am the WAY, the TRUTH and the LIFE. NO ONE COMES TO THE FATHER, EXCEPT THROUGH ME.”
      Now is that clear enough from the very mouth of the Son-of-God Yeshua(Jesus)?
      There is no mention at all anywhere in the Bible where He said;
      …….. “If you have sinned or have a request, then go to my mother Mary or some saints or some friends, or some mummified dead bodies etc. to pray for you and through them I will hear your prayers and take it to the father”. In fact once when a woman in the crowd said to HIM and tried to exalt his mother, by saying;
      …….. Luke 11:27 Blessed is the womb that bare thee, and the breasts which thou didst suck… But he said On the contrary;
      ………Luke 11:28 Rather, Blessed are those who hear the WORD of God and obey. (Adam & Eve fell because of DISOBEDIENCE right??)
      He could have very well said, ‘yes I was born through her, she is holy, so worship her’… but Mary is a ROYAL JEW from the line of King David and was chosen to give birth to the Savior … She is certainly not a BABYLONIAN GODDESS to be worshiped nor is it right to pray to anyone other than Yehsua(Jesus) HIMSELF!!
  5. Andrea says:
    ….One says…Catholics do not worship saints or corpses!!! …..Yes they do! Denying it don’t make the facts go away…Amen to above it’s really useless to even give credence to any catholic who denies what they do in “Open and in Darkness”
    • ivarfjeld says:
      Dear Andrea
      Shalom.
      You wrote:
      .One says…Catholics do not worship saints or corpses!!! …..Yes they do!
      My reply:
      After taking a look at the skull and bone files on this site, it is amazing that Roman Catholics are not able to accept the grim realities on the ground. I guess they do not do, because they are in spiritual bondage to the anti-Christ in the Vatican and his priests. Its their choice.
      • Jes says:
        Shalom Ivar,
        You know, even though I knew that worshiping the dead or their bones was to derive powers from their spirits … yet all this time it never really occurred to me about the .. “Occult practices of “skull & bones” … but when you mentioned —->
        [[... After taking a look at the skull and bone files .......]]
        —> it did ring the bell loud and clear as to what this veneration of cadavers and their skulls and bones is all about….huumm!!!
        I’m generally not a tube-light LOL!! But I guess sometimes I do need someone to turn on that switch in my mind …. so thank you!!
      • ivarfjeld says:
        Dear Jes.
        Shalom.
        I have become quite an expert on the topic of Roman Catholic skulls and bones. I wounder where I can get job, and earn some money using my pathological insight?
        I guess some kind of Museum is the best alternative. I would rather reject a call to become a Roman Catholic priest.
  6. Jes says:
    Your right Andrea!!
    Frankly, the veneration to the dead is to derive powers from that evil spirit and the devil himself. Let’s not forget this is the OCCULT RELIGION. Majority of catholics do not know this, they just follow these occultists like sheep … and indeed, they are the totally Lost Sheep.
    And yes, Ivar, I agree with you too and most of the priests themselves do not know what they are really into and so they swim through these dark waters.
  7. Kay says:
    To John:
    Fine so Christians pray for each other … Which is what you say we do when we pray to catholic saints! But that does not then make sense to worship or parade their dead & decayed bodies around for veneration. That is truly NOT right. And a clear sign to us in the Church that all is not as we were taught…
  8. Andrea says:
    ……and indeed, they are the totally Lost Sheep…..
    how can they be ”lost sheep”..Those sheep pray to Mary.They have to be found first….they have to be HIS FIRST….and Believe….dear heart…anyone who has really met JESUS …will not run into the arms of a perverted death filled arms of Satan! For if they do there is no repentance for them…I have seen this nation and11 other nations who believe they are Free…have Mollycoddled people and put that watered down religion in the pulpit…it’s a lie straight from the pits of hell…We are to be meed true, patient true.,gentle true, but we are not to Lie..or pervert the Gospel ..John voiced the truth…Jesus did too, all the Apostles and Disciples did too…they are examples..Its’ hard to find Christians today…set apart..they are more interested in ”not offending the godless, they want to make sure they keep that ‘Non profit ticket to rake in the money..They are not persecuted for their faith….because their faith lines up with Pharaoh’s faith…only when they don’t line up with Pharaoh’s faith will they find out that they chose the wrong side of the fence,,
  9. Liam says:
    The earliest Scriptural reference to prayers for the dead comes in the second book of Maccabees. The books of Maccabees were among the latest written books found in the Old Testament. They recount the struggle of the Jewish people for freedom against the Seleucid Empire, around 100-200 years before the birth of Christ. They were written from an Orthodox Jewish point of view. The second book of Maccabees, the Jewish leader, led his troops into battle in 163 BC. When the battle ended, he directed that the bodies of those Jews who had died be buried. As soldiers prepared their slain comrades for burial, they discovered that each was wearing an amulet taken as a booty from a pagan Temple. This violated the law of Deuteronomy and so Judas and his soldiers prayed that God would forgive the sin these men had committed (2 Maccabees 12:39-45).
    This is the first indication in the Bible that prayers offered by the living can help free the dead from any sin that would separate them from God in the life to come. It is echoed in the New Testament when Paul offers a prayer for a man named Onesiphorus who had died: “May the Lord grant him to find mercy from the Lord on that day” (2 Timothy 1:18). The cavelike tombs under the city of Rome, which we call catacombs, bear evidence that members of the Roman Christian community gathered there to pray for their fellow followers of Christ who lay buried there.
    The practice of praying for the dead is rooted first in the Christian belief in the everlasting life promised in Jesus’ teachings and fore-shadowed by his disciple’s experience that God had raised him from the dead. After death, even though separated from our earthly body, we yet continue a personal existence. It is as living persons that God invites us into a relationship whose life transcends death.
    Praying for the dead has further origins in our belief in the communion of saints. Members of this community who are living, often assist each other in faith by prayers and other forms of spiritual support. Christians who have died continue to be members of the communion of saints. We believe that we can assist them by our prayers, and they can assist us by theirs.
    Our prayers for the dead express hope that God will free the person who has died from any burden of sin and prepare a place for him or her in heaven. Death remains a mystery for us – a great unknown. Yet Christian language evokes a hopeful imagination in the presence of death, an assurance that our love, linked to Christ’s love, can help bridge whatever barriers might keep those whom we love from fully enjoying the presence of a loving and life-giving God
    • ivarfjeld says:
      Dear Liam.
      Shalom.
      You wrote:
      The earliest Scriptural reference to prayers for the dead comes in the second book of Maccabees. The books of Maccabees were among the latest written books found in the Old Testament.
      My reply:
      You are not here to debate. You are here to publish Vatican booklets. Whatever we write and explain to you, you will never repent. Like all other Papists.
      You are distributing lies. The second book of Maccabees was rejected in the Hebrew cannon, simply because its a historical Chronicle, with lots of faulty copies, all originally written in Greek. It was also rejected by the Church fathers, who closed the Biblical cannon around 400 A.D. The Pope re-opened the cannon in 1540 A.D, to take in earlier banished books. He needed to defend anti-Biblical papal doctrines. Like salvation by works, and praying to the dead and departed souls.
      The Pope needed to use Hellenism, to defend his spiritual corruption and idolatry.
      Even some copies of good old King James had these faulty books in the apendix. (additional texts).
      Liam. Your time is up on this blog. You will never accept Jesus of the Bible.
  10. sueliz1 says:
    Liam.
    The Jews do not recognize Maccabees as sripture. They never have and never will.
  11. Jes says:
    True, Maccabees is a history book yes, but not one of the inspired books of YAHVEH (G-D and so it is not included among the 66 inspired Books of G-d.
  12. Darralyn says:
    This behaviour is truely disgusting by anyones standards…..I Did read a story of the goings on in the lower parts of the Vatican ,and this here now confirms to me that they truly are Evil doings aloft….the said piece was that way below in the vaults at the tomb of the Pope John 2nd they worship his remains but not in the usual way their plan there is to try to raise the Antichrist through Pope John ( who personally thought & still do was a great man not like the others )…….and they have the sign of the Anti christ on his coffin …weird and very distasteful…..i really believe there is lots more going on down there………….What a sick & bizzare thing this is….we will never rid the world of this evil.in the Vatican for gods sakes give me a break……there is NO Catholic church no more….this being a prime example…
  13. tom says:
    A dead body , a corpse, whats it doing on display dressed up, it should be 6 ft under mate unless you plan on raising it from the dead. Turn to Jesus, Jesus alone, no so called saint, those whom have repented and follow Christ are saints according to the Bible but I don’t want you to pray to me despite the fact I may be interested in your issues. I’m happy to pray for you though but I dont pray to no one but my Father through Jesus His beloved Son. As nice and honourable a lady Mary was/is, she too needed a saviour and would direct you to Him not to her.