No way. That's just one more RCC fraud.<quoted text>
I wonder who's bones were in it? It must have been someone important.
At the Cathedral of Saint Paul, MN there is some bone fragments of the Apostle Paul inside the alter. I guess the appropriate thing to do if we get to see it inside the glass, would be to light a candle and say a prayer. This sign of respect for the Saint shouldn't gross you out.
A couple weeks ago, they displayed some of the stones from Pauls tomb. It was neat seeing the very rocks that was part of this Apostles resting place.
Wouldn't it be great to DNA test all of the Apostle Paul's bone fragments. The guy must have been a 50 foot tall giant to produce all the bone fragments that supposedly exist.
Why do Catholics believe that outright fraud is somehow a requirement of a "one true" church?
Do you really believe Jesus wanted a church with zero integrity and zero accountability?