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    Incorrupt : St Rita of Cascia www.saintnook.com/saints/ritaofcascia

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    12) St. Rita of Cascia aka Rita la Abogada de Impossibles: 1381-1447, Roccaporena – The daughter of parents known as “Peacemakers of Jesus”. She became a nun at 36, it was said the night prior to her death Holy Friday, the sign of stigmata by of the thornbush crown of the Crucifix happened upon her. Revered as the “patron saint of hopeless cases”, her body has been seen in different position & her eyes opened & closed within her glass case. Canonized May 24, 1900 by Pope Leo XIII (Mary Pages)

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