According to reports the remains of St Paul have been found outside the walls of two 4th century churches in rome. The sarco***us has bone fragments of 1st or 2nd century and a precious purple linen. The inscription on the tomb bears the inscription "apostle paul martyr". If the Catholic church wasn't invented till the 5th or 6th century how is it that they have bones of St Paul himself. I know there are claims of peters remains in two different places but if you figure that people back then spread bones of martyr's in different places its easily explained.