In a bizarre act of worship, a Roman Catholic priest on Sicily tries to get cotton anointed by coming in touch with a skull.
From the “holy head” of Albert of Sicily, there will soon emerge holy cotton.
Saint Albert of Trapani (Albert of Sicily, Albert degli Abbati) (c. 1240 – August 7, 1307), was a Sicilian saint. Born in Trapani,
His cultus was confirmed in 1454 and he was canonized on May 31, 1476, by Pope Sixtus IV.
Albert’s skull is contained in a silver statue crafted in the 18th century by the engraver Vincenzo Bonaiuto, for the saint’s altar in the basilica of Our Lady of Trapan
It is mind blowing to see these pictures. How can people buy into such a blunt example of religious fraud?
When the priest pick up his balls of cotton from the skull, he looks more like…
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