Mortal Remains of Saint Paul Confirmed....

I just read in the San francisco Catholic Newspaper that they did some tests on some fragments of human remains from a sarcophagus from Rome’s Basilica of Saint Paul. They determined the remains to be those of a human that lived between the firstand second century. The burial site has traditionaly been believed to be the burial site of Saint Paul. There was an inscription on the sarcophagus that read “PalApostle Martyr”.

I find this very interesting and exiting. It is a good finally for the year of saint Paul.

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