Aloysius Gonzaga lived from March 9, 1568 to June 21, 1591.
He was an Italian aristocrat who became a member of the Society of Jesus. While still a student at the Roman College, he died as a result of caring for the victims of an epidemic. Beatified in 1605, he was canonized in 1726.
Gonzaga was born at his family’s castle in Castiglione delle Stiviere, between Brescia and Mantova in northern Italy.
Aloysius’ health continued to cause problems. In addition to the kidney disease, he also suffered from a skin disease, chronic headaches and insomnia.
The saint was originally buried in Rome but after canonisation the head was removed and has been placed in the sanctuary.
Saint Aloysius is often portrayed carrying a skull, like it was one of his pets.
Lets take a look at some more pictures:
It might be possible that this young Italian seminary priest, who lived in after the Reformation, had blood on his hands. He might simply have cut the head of Evangelical Christians, who tried to escape the Antichrist in Rome.
If you are a brutal killer, or approved of the death of faithful followers of Jesus, you would probably not sleep well at night. This might be the reason for his insomnia.
Nevertheless: Every Roman Catholic priests who worship corpses, skull and bones, put a curse on their own head. Many of them lose their own head. They never rest in peace, but are exhumed by follow demonized priests. Also “Saint Aloysius” lost his head, and it is displayed inside a “Church” and declared “holy”.
The spiritual madness within the Roman Catholic religion comes to us without limits.
First published on 18th of December 2012.
Written by Ivar
Relics of Bohemia’s Patron Saint Adalbert find new resting place.
The holy relics of Saint Adalbert of Prague, or Vojtěch as he is known in his native country, have received a new shrine at their final resting place at Prague Castle. Besides the Czech Republic, the legacy of 10th-century Catholic cleric and martyr is honored also in Poland, Hungary and Germany.
A special holy mass on Saint Adalbert’s feast day was served by Prague Archbishop Dominik Duka on Wednesday evening in St. Vitus Cathedral – whose full name is actually St. Vitus, St. Wenceslas and St. Adalbert Cathedral. During the service, a newly made shrine to contain the saint’s relics was blessed and the remains then found their final resting place within the church.
They put his armour in the temple of their gods and hung up his head in the temple of Dagon.
“It resembles old Romanesque and Gothic reliquaries in which saints, and above all martyrs, used to be laid to rest, ” says Archbishop Dominik Duka who himself placed the relics in a metal casket now located inside the new shrine. The ornamental house-shaped reliquary with a pitched roof is made of four types of wood and weighs 70 kilograms.Then they carried the ark into Dagon’s temple and set it beside Dagon.
Just two years after his death Adalbert was canonized by the pope and his remains travelled across Europe. Most of the relics returned to Bohemia in 1039, as historian Marie Bláhová from Charles University in Prague explains.
In the 1970s the relics were examined by anthropologists and confirmed as belonging to St. Adalbert.
The relics of St. Adalbert are now kept in three different places inside St. Vitus cathedral: the martyr’s skull in the Hilbert Treasury, the new reliquary in the Old Archbishop’s Chapel and the remaining relics are placed inside the main altarpiece. Except for the skull which is occasionally exhibited during church holidays the relics will not be displayed for public viewing.
Source: Radio Prague
Some time back I thought I was done with the search for Roman Catholic skulls, bones and corpses. But this skull in Prague caught my attention. Simply by the way it is displayed in a glass mounter, a cheese-dish kind of cover. Remarkably the lower jaws of the skull must have fallen off, as the skull was removed from the bone-box underneath the altar. There is no information availabe to conclude, that the laws were taken away for the purpose of dental care.
The Bible explains that the skull of king Saul was cut off, and kept for display in the Temple of Dagon. Otherwise, there are no other scriptures that display that men was involved in this kind of morbid religious conducts. That pagans indulge them selves in such, can be excused. They do not now better. But the problem with Roman Catholic adoration, veneration and worship of skulls, is that many of them call them selves “Christians”. And the Pope is branded as a “Christian leader”.
Jesus of the Bible is simply not able to penetrate the spirit and souls of the Papists. They want to venerate mortal flesh, and do not believe that God is God of the living. Not a god of the dead. All who claim to know “Christ” must worship the Messiah in spirit and truth. To worship God the Creator alone, and no created items. To all who reject thus, let the stern earning from the Messiah be spoken: “Let the dead go and bury their own dead”.
To cut a skeleton into pieces, elevate a decapitate skull and keep it for display in a religious shrine, is an outright mockery of Biblical faith. Millions of Catholics are lead astray. Others are holding their fingers over their nose, and saying: “keep away from Christians”.
The Pope and his criminal priesthood will surly face judgment for their idolatry, defaming true Christianity, even in the most grotesque ways. May Jesus the Messiah have mercy on all the deceived souls. Amen
Written by Ivar
Corpses of dead Popes are kept in the crypt in the Vatican. The body of Pope Celestino V is kept in the open in Central Italy.
Catholic worship of corpses, skulls and bones has its origin in the crypt in St. Peters Basilica in the Vatican.
A total of 91 popes are buried in crypts in the grotto in St. Peters Basilica in Rome. This including popes like Innocent IX, Benedicts XII and XV, Pius XI and Paul VI.
But not all the Popes are buried and kept for display inside the Vatican. Pope Celestino is kept in the open of St. Maria of Collemaggio Church in L’Aquila in central Italy. The roof this Church came down during the earthquake on April 6th 2009.
This is the official story of the Pope, who pay “homage” to a dead pope.
Pope Benedict XVI blesses the faithful in front of the remains of Pope Celestine V at the end of a mass in Sulmona, Italy, Sunday, July 4, 2010. The Pontiff had traveled to the central Italian town to pay homage to Celestine V, the 13th-century hermit pontiff who resigned after saying he was not up to the task. Benedict urged the faithful Sunday to learn from Celestine’s sober and simple life. He praised Celestine for his detachment from material things such as money and clothes.The Pope paied “homage” to the only Pope that has resigned from the Papacy. Not only did he resigned, but he was arrested by the Pope that succeeded him.
Pope Celestine knew he was ill prepared for the papacy, and actually resigned from the Petrine office on December 13, 1294. Now back to being “Fra Pietro”, he had hoped to return to hermetical life. But his successor, Pope Boniface VIII, feared that the ex-pope could be used in an attempt to unseat him. The Pope confined him to a house arrest, and though he managed to escape for a time, he was eventually confined to a tower in Castel Fumone. There, though not mistreated, he died of an infection from an absess on May 19, 1296. His remains were transferred to Sta. Maria di Colemaggio in 1317.This contact between the Pope and a dead Pope, sets the example for worship of corpses, skulls and bones in the Roman Catholic Church.
There is absolutely no Bible verse that approve digging up the dead from their grave. Neither is there any Biblical defense for keeping corpses, skulls and bones for display inside Churches and Chapels.
Many Catholics will be surprised, by the high numbers of corpses of Popes, who have been kept inside the Vatican. But any dead Popes are put on display in Churches in other Italian cities.
We need to investigate this matter, and look at pictures of this pagan practice. The Papal system has kept more dead persons for display, than Communist Russia ever did in the Kremlin in Moscow.
There are over 100 tombs within St. Peter’s Basilica (extant to various extents), many located in the Vatican grotto, beneath the Basilica. These include 91 popes, St. Ignatius of Antioch, Holy Roman Emperor Otto II, and the composer Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. Exiled Catholic British royalty James Francis Edward Stuart and his two sons, Charles Edward Stuart and Henry Benedict Stuart, are buried here, having been granted asylum by Pope Clement XI. Also buried here are Maria Clementina Sobieska, wife of James Francis Edward Stuart, Queen Christina of Sweden, who abdicated her throne in order to convert to Catholicism, and Countess Matilda of Tuscany, supporter of the Papacy during the Investiture Controversy. The most recent interment was Pope John Paul II, on April 8, 2005. Beneath, near the crypt, is the recently discovered vaulted fourth-century “Tomb of the Julii”.Plenty of Popes are kept for display inside the crypt in St. Peter Basillica in the Vatican statehood.
This dead Pope is not put for public display. The Vatican priests even offer Mass at the altar, on top of the tomb of “Blessed John XXIII”. The priest who offer the mass, is Dom Louis Marie, Abbot of Le Barroux.
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Not all the dead Popes are put for display inside the Vatican. This is a picture of the Tomb of St. Pius V in the Church of St. Mary Major.
You can view this photo on this site.
Tomb of Blessed Pope Gregory X, at the Cattedrale di San Donato, Arezzo:
The Incorrupt Relics of St. Athanasios the Great, in the Church of S. Zaccaria, in Venice, Italy.
First published: 30.10.2010.
Written by Ivar