Catholics and the feast of the skeletor tongue
Posted by doctore0 on February 18, 2010
The creators of the Jeebu$™ fable are celebrating yet another scam.. as usually they where fiddling around in the graveyard for marketing purposes.. they supernaturally dug up some old priests grave, who had been in the grave for 30 years.. and what did they “find”, the poisonous tongue of the priest was still intact BANG they ran to the church and told the flock of sheep.. The tongue was intact, the tongue was intact; Magic is real, it’s a sign from the master of the universe; Come and worship the Skeletor idol; Join us or burn. 😉
The saint’s bones are on display until Saturday in a glass case in the chapel of his tomb in the Basilica of Saint Anthony in Padua, Italy, in honour of the anniversary of the transfer of his remains to his final resting place in the Chapel of the Relics in February 1350. The anniversary is known as the “feast of the tongue.”
St. Anthony, the patron saint of Padua, is known for his gifts as a preacher. When his coffin was moved 30 years after his death, his tongue was discovered intact – a sign of his oratorical gifts. The tongue was then kept in a separate reliquary.
The saint’s remains were last displayed in 1981, according to Neil MacCarthy, director of communications for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto.