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Thursday, 19 September 2013

Roman Catholicism and the worship of the dead VII : Kneeling and praying to a Roman Catholic corpse in Sevilla

Kneeling and praying to a Roman Catholic corpse in Sevilla

Faithful papists in Spain bow before Dona Maria Coronel, one of the “saints” of Sevilla in Spain.

A 600 year old corpse is kept for displayed in a “Church” in 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:

A religious site in Sevilla in Spain, with an adorable corpse in its center.

Roman Catholics kneeling and praying infront of the corpse.

A 600 year old corpse, with a disfigured face, dressed up like a nun.
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.
Written by Ivar

5 Responses to Kneeling and praying to a Roman Catholic corpse in Sevilla

  1. sueliz1 says:
    How is this ‘saint’ corruptible? She looks pretty rotten to me.
  2. Hulda says:
    Det är riktigt otäckt det där Ivar, ja fy

    Parading the “holy” skull on Czech statehood day  

    28th of September is Czech Statehood Day, and the Roman Catholics are taking their “saint”out for a stroll.
    No one asked the "saint" if it desired to be carried like this.
    No one asked the “saint” if it desired to be carried like this.
    Wenceslaus I  (907-935 A.D) was the duke of Bohemia from 921 until his assassination in 935, purportedly in a plot by his own brother, Boleslav the Cruel.
    Since 2000, the feast day of Saint Wenceslas (September 28) is a public holiday in the Czech Republic, celebrated as Czech Statehood Day.
    This is a photo of the procession of the skull of St. Wenceslaus in Wenceslas Square in Stara Boleslav, Czech Republic before solemn Mass.
    My comment:
    It is not easy to say if it is the skull that is taking these men out for a stroll, or the opposite.
    How disgraceful and morbid. To take a deceased corpse up from the grave, to behead the skeleton, and dress up the skull.
    That Roman Catholics call this kind of activities “holy” is bad enough.  Every soul that has to spend eternity in Hell is a great tragedy.
    The bishop and a cut off skull.
    The bishop and a cut off skull.
    My concern is that this kind of grotesque and morbid religiosity in the name of “Jesus”, keeps millions of people holding a finger over their nose.
    They tell their children not to have anything to do with “Jesus”, not knowing that Roman Catholicism has absolutely nothing to do with true Christianity.
    The Vatican bishops promote a copy-cat religion. They present a “Christ” that accept a doctrinal mix of Biblical stuff and paganism.
    My prayer is that people must not take a stand against Jesus the Messiah, because some of his claimed followers are serving Satan in the name of “Jesus”.
    Please open your Bible and see the wonderful story about Jesus of Nazareth, the servant of God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
    May God of Israel save you. Amen.
    Written by Ivar

    4 Responses to Parading the “holy” skull on Czech statehood day

    1. ProclaimingGodsTruth says:
      This is not Christianity it is paganism! It is repulsive and shows the true colors of this ritualistic religion.
      2 Tim 3:5-7:
      Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.
      6- For of this sort are they which creep into houses, and lead captive silly women laden with sins, led away with divers lusts,
      7- Ever learning, and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.
      2 Cor 6:16-17:
      And what agreement has the temple of God with idols? For you are the temple of the living God. As God has said: “I will dwell in them And walk among them. I will be their God, And they shall be My people.”
      17 Therefore “Come out from among them And be separate, says the Lord. Do not touch what is unclean, And I will receive you
    2. godsfingers says:
      I just had one of the DOH moments and realized that the Christmas carol is about this walking skull……
    3. Andrea says:
      What Christmas carol is about ” this walking skull”..??
      Please excuse my ignorance I just landed here yesterday!! (smile)
      • godsfingers says:
        Good King Wenceslas
        The words to the carol “Good King Wenceslas” were written by John Mason Neale and published in 1853, the music originates in Finland 300 years earlier. This Christmas carol is unusual as there is no reference in the lyrics to the nativity. Good King Wenceslas was the king of Bohemia in the 10th century. Good King Wenceslas was a Catholic and was martyred following his assassination by his brother Boleslaw and his supporters, his Saint’s Day is September 28th, and he is the Patron Saint of the Czech Republic. St. Stephen’s feast day was celebrated on 26th December which is why this song is sung as a Christmas carol.