CaliforniaMama Sunday Nov 3 11:42 PM
November 3, 2013 - Catacomb Saints
The “catacomb saints,” complete skeletons of alleged martyrs, were revered holy objects considered by 16th- and 17th-century Catholics as local protectors and personifications of the glory of the afterlife. It is believed that the Vatican sent at least 2,000 skeletons to churches in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, where Martin Luther began the Protestant movement.
Read more at the Smithsonian
SPUCK Monday Nov 4 01:19 AM
I can see why Martin Luther started looking for something different..
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