Pope calls Catholics to venerate 1600 year old skull

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The dressed skeleton of claimed saint Ambrose is in Milan. The Pope wants Catholics to hail him on his feast today.

The CNA reports that the “Catholic Church will celebrate the memory of St. Ambrose, the brilliant Bishop of Milan who influenced St. Augustine’s conversion and was named a “Doctor of the Church”.

Well and good.

The challenge is again that Catholic faithful are called by the pope to venerate a skull, dressed up in fine linen and gold. The corpse of this 1600 hundred old person, is found in a crypt in a Catholic Church in Milan. This man called Ambrose, is lying next to two other skeletons. That is the remains of “Saints Gervasius and Protasius”.

That Catholic does not worship these skeleton and corpses, is not true.

Here is a comment from a Catholic blogger, who proudly admit he was “praying before this remains”. If praying is…

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