An estimated 6,000 pilgrims braved heavy rain to venerate the relic of St. John Vianney’s heart when it arrived in England in July 2012.
“This relic represents a call to the heart, a call to return to what must lie at the heart of the life our parishes declining or apparently flourishing in city, town and countryside,” Bishop Mark Davies of Shrewsbury told pilgrims at Liverpool’s Cathedral of Christ the King on July 6.
It is almost impossible to understand, why Roman Catholics wants to bow and pray in front of a dead piece of rotten meat.
Why at all, cut a heart out of a corpse, put in in a box, and carry it around the World?
It is close to impossible to understand this, since Jesus of the Bible told us to pray in a totally different manner. He told us to go into…
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