Incorrupt : St Rita of Cascia

Padre Pio's incorrupt body/

St. Bernadette. Beautifully incorruptible. She died in 1879, but her hair and nails are still growing.

St. Gemma Galgani~St. Gemma : Patron saint of those with back and spinal injuries. What a great saint. Read about her here. Saints Padre Pio and Maximilian Kolbe had a devotion to her along with 5 popes, Mother Angelica, Blessed Alexandrina, and so many others -- a saint for our time.

Incorruptible Saints In Italy | St. Padre Pio’s Incorrupt Body « Doug Lawrence's Catholic Weblog

Apparitions of Our Lady.... BLF>>> bucket List !!!!!

Actual recent photo of St. John Vianney's incorrupt body, entombed at the main altar in the Basilica of Ars, France. His body has not yet decayed 154+ years after his death in 1859. St. John Vianney's incorrupt body is a phenomenon unexplained by modern science even to this day. This miraculous phenomenon not only pertains to St. John Vianney, but to many other Catholic Saints. Learn more incorrupt Saints, Beatified & Venerables in Joan Carroll Cruz's wonderful book The Incorruptibles. YBH

Love this explanation; a great take-home.

St. Catherine Laboure' - Died in 1876 and was exhumed and found incorrupt and completely flexible in 1933. She was a sister of the Daughters of Charity and a Marian visionary who relayed the request from the Blessed Virgin Mary to create the Miraculous Medal, which is worn by millions of Catholics and even non-Catholics today. Her body is on display under the side altar in the Chapel of Our Lady of the Sun in Paris.

10 Incorrupt Bodies - Throughout the years the Roman Catholic Church has found the bodies of some of their saints to be incorrupt.

Jesus. Crown of thorns

shroud of Turin in Turin, Italy.... The shroud is the cloth that covered Jesus while in the tomb. The only picture ever taken of Jesus.

isn't it just like God to leave us a "picture" of what Jesus did for us? This video shows how science proves the Shroud of Turin is authentic. I love it! He is the Risen King :)

St. Rita of Cascia - Died in 1457. Her body kept a sweet fragrance all of these centuries and is on display in a glass case in the Basilica of St. Rita in Cascia, Italy. It is also publicly known that her body has been seen in different positions in the glass case, as well as eyes having opened and closed unaided.

St. Joseph. I don't believe I've ever seen this. St. Joseph holding baby Jesus, crying. I so love St. Joseph!

Saint Rita of Cascia: Patron Saint of Impossible Dreams

St. Bernadette

This is so beautiful... I love any Holy Card that shows an image of Our Heavenly Father..... Creation from the Catechism of St Pius V

Santa Verónica Giuliani


St Joseph