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SUMMARY ☆ The Incorruptibles A Study of the Incorruption of the Bodies of Various Catholic Saints and Beati à [PDF] ✪ The Incorruptibles A Study of the Incorruption of the Bodies of Various Catholic Saints and Beati By Joan Carroll Cruz – Feedmarkformulate.co.Orruptible bodies of saints are a consoling sign Incorruptibles A Study of the PDF of Christ s victory over death a confirmation of the dogma of the Resurrection of the Body a sign that the Saints are still with us in the Mystical Body of Christ and proof of the truth of the Catholic Faith for only in the Catholic Church do we find this phenomenon Impr pgs Illus PB. I've been curious about this book for years and I've finally had the chance to read it 3 stars because it's not stellar writing just puts the facts out there Butoh such interesting fascinating facts You can't just sit and read it through because it's case after case after case and they will all run together I found it best to read about a few saints per sittingThe book's cover photo of St Bernadette Soubirous of Lourdes is of one of the better preserved incorruptibles It's amazing She looks like she's sleeping and will just open up her eyes at any moment Here are some enticing facts about St Bernadette The body was first exhumed thirty years after her death On September 22 1909 in the presence of representatives appointed by the postulators of the cause two doctors and the sisters of the community the coffin was removed by workmen from the place where it had been entombed thirty years before On opening the lid they discerned no odor and the virginal body lay exposed completely victorious over the laws of nature Although the clothing was damp and sawdust and charcoal surrounded the body the arms and face were completely unaffected and had maintained their natural skin tone The teeth were barely visible through the slightly parted lips and the eyes appeared somewhat sunken Her perfect hands held a rosary which had become rusty and the crucifix which lay upon her breast was coated with verdigris 288 289Other tidbitsSt Rita of Cascia 1381 1457 there is still growing in the courtyard the five hundred year old vine which owes its existence to an incident in the Saint's early religious life To test her obedience her superior ordered Rita to plant a certain piece of dry wood and to water it each day The stick eventually sprouted into a healthy grape vine which still bears fruit Each year the harvest is distributed among high ranking ecclesiastics while the leaves are dried made into a powder and sent to the sick around the world 132 133 The intact body of St Rita of Cascia Saint of Impossible and Desperate Cases displayed in a glass case in the Basilica of St Rita in Cascia Italy She died in 1457 her body has shifted positions several times plus the eyes have opened and closed unaided 134Blessed Eustochia Calafato 1434 1485 Perhaps the most dramatic miracle performed by the Beata who had so often protected the city from damaging earthuakes occurred in 1615 when the city was shaken day and night by almost constant vibrations The senate and people of the city petitioned the sisters to pray to Bl Eustochia for protection The sisters removed the perfectly preserved body from the oratory where it had been conserved for almost a hundred fifty years and placed it in an upright position in her old choir stall After they had charged Eustochia to pray for the protection of the city the lips of the obedient Beata opened and her voice was heard chanting the first verse of the Psalm of the Night Office The sisters completely terrified nevertheless joined in the recitation and bowed their heads during the Gloria in unison with the Blessed The earthuake is reported to have ceased at that moment Still preserved at the Monastero Montevergine is the perfectly preserved body of the Beata Although darkened after the lapse of five centuries the body is nonetheless perfect in every respect with the two fingers of the right hand poised in an attitude of perpetual blessing 150 151St John of God 1495 1550He founded the order of the hospitalliers I've been curious about the history of the hospitalliers for some time and I've discovered it in this book which makes me uite happy A very small Catholic hospital in northern Wisconsin still hires hospitaliers In 1886 Leo XIII declared this saint with St Camillus de Lellis the patron of hospitals and the sick and in 1930 Pope Pius XI extended the patronage to include nurses 171St Philip Neri 1515 1595 The night following his saintly passing several physicians officiated at the autopsy during which the viscera were set aside The doctors opened his chest which played a prominent part in one of the Saint's most remarkable mystical experiences The day before Pentecost in the year 1544 while meditating in the catacombe of St Sebastian he had felt in an extraordinary way filled with God The doctors found that the swelling which had existed since that experience was caused by two broken ribs which were raised to form an arch over his enlarged heart The pulmonary artery was very large but the other organs appeared normal They could not explain how the Saint had lived without experiencing extreme pain and after a lengthy examination and a detailed consultation they attested in the form of a written oath that the cause was supernatural and miraculous210 211Venerable Mother Maria of Jesus 1560 1640 The fragrant odor of jasmines and roses presaged the discovery of the incorrupt body of Venerable Mother Maria of Jesus at the opening of her sepulcher in 1929 To the amazement of witnesses it was found that the body had exuded an oil which saturated her garments and kept the skin constantly moist this mysterious oil and other wonders were declared to be unexplainable by the attending physicians and distinguished men of science who were present235Joan Carrol Cruz ends the book with this appropriate uote from St Cyril of Jerusalem Even when the soul is gone power and virtue remain in the bodies of the saints because of the righteous souls which have dwelt in them The miracle and mystery of the incorruption of the saints continues today Saint Josephine Bakhita who died on Feb 8 1947 lies incorrupt in a glass coffin Pope John Paul II canonized her on Oct 1st 2000 and she is the Patron Saint of Sudan Her's is a fascinating beautiful story too Also Padre Pio of Pietrelcina who died in Sept 1968 He was exhumed 40 years after his death on March 2 2008 and found incorrupt Fascinating

The Incorruptibles A Study of the Incorruption of the Bodies of Various Catholic Saints and BeatiOrruptible bodies of saints are a consoling sign Incorruptibles A Study of the PDF of Christ s victory over death a confirmation of the dogma of the Resurrection of the Body a sign that the Saints are still with us in the Mystical Body of Christ and proof of the truth of the Catholic Faith for only in the Catholic Church do we find this phenomenon Impr pgs Illus PB. I've been curious about this book for years and I've finally had the chance to read it 3 stars because it's not stellar writing just puts the facts out there Butoh such interesting fascinating facts You can't just sit and read it through because it's case after case after case and they will all run together I found it best to read about a few saints per sittingThe book's cover photo of St Bernadette Soubirous of Lourdes is of one of the better preserved incorruptibles It's amazing She looks like she's sleeping and will just open up her eyes at any moment Here are some enticing facts about St Bernadette The body was first exhumed thirty years after her death On September 22 1909 in the presence of representatives appointed by the postulators of the cause two doctors and the sisters of the community the coffin was removed by workmen from the place where it had been entombed thirty years before On opening the lid they discerned no odor and the virginal body lay exposed completely victorious over the laws of nature Although the clothing was damp and sawdust and charcoal surrounded the body the arms and face were completely unaffected and had maintained their natural skin tone The teeth were barely visible through the slightly parted lips and the eyes appeared somewhat sunken Her perfect hands held a rosary which had become rusty and the crucifix which lay upon her breast was coated with verdigris 288 289Other tidbitsSt Rita of Cascia 1381 1457 there is still growing in the courtyard the five hundred year old vine which owes its existence to an incident in the Saint's early religious life To test her obedience her superior ordered Rita to plant a certain piece of dry wood and to water it each day The stick eventually sprouted into a healthy grape vine which still bears fruit Each year the harvest is distributed among high ranking ecclesiastics while the leaves are dried made into a powder and sent to the sick around the world 132 133 The intact body of St Rita of Cascia Saint of Impossible and Desperate Cases displayed in a glass case in the Basilica of St Rita in Cascia Italy She died in 1457 her body has shifted positions several times plus the eyes have opened and closed unaided 134Blessed Eustochia Calafato 1434 1485 Perhaps the most dramatic miracle performed by the Beata who had so often protected the city from damaging earthuakes occurred in 1615 when the city was shaken day and night by almost constant vibrations The senate and people of the city petitioned the sisters to pray to Bl Eustochia for protection The sisters removed the perfectly preserved body from the oratory where it had been conserved for almost a hundred fifty years and placed it in an upright position in her old choir stall After they had charged Eustochia to pray for the protection of the city the lips of the obedient Beata opened and her voice was heard chanting the first verse of the Psalm of the Night Office The sisters completely terrified nevertheless joined in the recitation and bowed their heads during the Gloria in unison with the Blessed The earthuake is reported to have ceased at that moment Still preserved at the Monastero Montevergine is the perfectly preserved body of the Beata Although darkened after the lapse of five centuries the body is nonetheless perfect in every respect with the two fingers of the right hand poised in an attitude of perpetual blessing 150 151St John of God 1495 1550He founded the order of the hospitalliers I've been curious about the history of the hospitalliers for some time and I've discovered it in this book which makes me uite happy A very small Catholic hospital in northern Wisconsin still hires hospitaliers In 1886 Leo XIII declared this saint with St Camillus de Lellis the patron of hospitals and the sick and in 1930 Pope Pius XI extended the patronage to include nurses 171St Philip Neri 1515 1595 The night following his saintly passing several physicians officiated at the autopsy during which the viscera were set aside The doctors opened his chest which played a prominent part in one of the Saint's most remarkable mystical experiences The day before Pentecost in the year 1544 while meditating in the catacombe of St Sebastian he had felt in an extraordinary way filled with God The doctors found that the swelling which had existed since that experience was caused by two broken ribs which were raised to form an arch over his enlarged heart The pulmonary artery was very large but the other organs appeared normal They could not explain how the Saint had lived without experiencing extreme pain and after a lengthy examination and a detailed consultation they attested in the form of a written oath that the cause was supernatural and miraculous210 211Venerable Mother Maria of Jesus 1560 1640 The fragrant odor of jasmines and roses presaged the discovery of the incorrupt body of Venerable Mother Maria of Jesus at the opening of her sepulcher in 1929 To the amazement of witnesses it was found that the body had exuded an oil which saturated her garments and kept the skin constantly moist this mysterious oil and other wonders were declared to be unexplainable by the attending physicians and distinguished men of science who were present235Joan Carrol Cruz ends the book with this appropriate uote from St Cyril of Jerusalem Even when the soul is gone power and virtue remain in the bodies of the saints because of the righteous souls which have dwelt in them The miracle and mystery of the incorruption of the saints continues today Saint Josephine Bakhita who died on Feb 8 1947 lies incorrupt in a glass coffin Pope John Paul II canonized her on Oct 1st 2000 and she is the Patron Saint of Sudan Her's is a fascinating beautiful story too Also Padre Pio of Pietrelcina who died in Sept 1968 He was exhumed 40 years after his death on March 2 2008 and found incorrupt Fascinating

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The Incorruptibles A Study of the Incorruption of the Bodies of Various Catholic Saints and Beati ↠ Continuously popular since it first A Study MOBI #241 appeared in The Incorruptibles remains the acknowledged classic on the bodies of saints that did not undergo decomposition after death Many remained fresh and flexible for years or The Incorruptibles eBook #235 even centuries After explaining both natural and artificial mummification the author shows that the in. I used this book as reading material for my holy hour and it was uite the book My only problem with this book is there aren’t enough pictures of the saints when one could possibly have been taken or provided but this might not necessarily the fault of the author nevertheless this is a book that will reaffirm your faith in the Catholic Church READ ã E-book, or Kindle E-pub É Joan Carroll Cruz

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Joan Carroll Cruz É 9 SUMMARY Corruption of the saints' bodies fits neither category but rather constitutes a much greater phenomenon that is unexplained by modern science Incorruptibles A Study eBook #10003 to this day The author presents canonized saints beati and venerables summarizing their lives the discovery of their incorruption and investigations by Church and medical authoritiesThe inc. I am not Catholic but I am interested in death and dead things and this book caught my attention It is exactly what it says it is an encyclopedia of blessed corpses I liked reading it But I am kind of weird