Nobody Knew This Would Happen When These 12 Saints Were Buried

Nobody Knew This Would Happen When These 12 Saints Were Buried


Every religion has something in it that might
seem strange to outsiders and the Roman Catholic church is no exception. Roman Catholics believe that some people are
so holy during their lives that their bodies are unable to decompose due to divine intervention
after death making them “incorruptible”. The incorruptibles have been discovered anywhere
from a couple months to hundreds of years after their deaths. In order to be truly incorrupt, common methods
of preservation, such as embalming or mummification, cannot have been performed on the deceased. This means that they remain in tact naturally. However many of the incorrupt on display in
Italy have been preserved by other means, since discovering they were one of the incorruptibles
in order to preserve the condition of the body at the time it was discovered. According to pathologists, the act of opening
a tomb can disrupt the micro-climates that lead to spontaneous preservation. If the tomb was never disturbed then the body
would have been preserved forever, explaining why many of the incorruptible are decomposing
in their glass tombs on display. It is not the current state that made them
incorruptible, but rather the state they were in when originally discovered. 1. This is St. Francesca Romana, also called
Santa Maria Nova, who was deemed incorrupt a few months after her death in 1440. When her tomb was reopened two centuries later
she was nothing but bone in a nun’s habit. However, because she had not decomposed from
her death to when her tomb was first opened she was labeled incorrupt and will not lose
that status no matter what happened to her body since then. 2. This is Blessed Anna Maria Taigi who died
in 1837. Her tomb was opened after 18 years in order
to move her closer to Rome as requested by everyone who knew and loved her. It was then that they discovered her body
looked as though she had died the day before instead of 18 years prior. It was opened again 3 years later and although
her clothes had started to deteriorate, her body had not. She was changed into new clothes and again
sealed in a double coffin. In 1920 when it was opened for a 3rd time,
her body had begun to decompose so a layer of wax was put on her face and hands to preserve
her resemblance. She is on display in the San Crisogono church
in Rome. 3. This is Saint Victoria of Tivoli who was a
martyr for her religion when she refused to marry a man who was not of her faith. She was ultimately tortured and killed because
she did not renounce her faith in Christianity in 250 AD. She was removed from the Roman Catacombs when
it was heard she died as a martyr and at that time they found her to be incorrupt. She currently lies in the Santa Maria Della
Vittoria Church in Rome and her body is encased in a wax effigy for preservation. 4. This is the body of Saint Giovani Da Triora
who was martyred while serving a mission in China. He was tortured and then strangled to death
after being hung on a cross for not renouncing his faith in 1816 AD. His body is on display at the Basilica of
St. Mary of the Altar of Heaven in Rome. 5. This is the right Forearm of Saint Francis
Xavier. Saint Francis was known known as one of the
greatest missionaries since Saint Paul and died from a fever in 1552 AD. It was discovered he was incorruptible in
1533. The rest of his body is in Basilica of Born
Jesus in Goa in a glass case enclosed by a silver casket where it has been since 1637,
but his right arm, which was used to bless and baptize his converts, was removed in 1614
and is on display in a silver reliquary in the church of the Gesu in Rome. His arms were removed by Superior General
Claudio Acquaviva. His left arm is currently at St. Joseph’s
Seminary and the Sacred Art Museum. 6. This is Saint Paula Frassinetti who helped
establish an order known as the Sisters of Saint Dorothy. She devoted her life to helping the poor and
died in 1882. Her body was found to be incorruptible in
1906. Since then she has become little more than
a skeleton, however her facial features remain intact due to being bathed in carbolic acid. She is currently on display in a glass coffin
at the Convent of St Dorotea in Rome. 7. This is Saint Cecilia who is encased in white
marble in the position in which she was found when martyred. The marble even depicts the wound to her throat
where she was struck 3 times and died 3 days later. She is the first of the incorruptibles having
been martyred between 176 and 180 AD. Her body was moved in 1599 at which time she
was still found to be incorrupt. 8. These are the remains of Saint Wittoria, who
some say is one and the same as Saint Vicoria and that the wax effigy doesn’t, in fact,
have remains inside at all, but the remains are here, wrapped in gauze, dressed and encased
in a glass display at Santa Maria Sopra Minerva, in Rome. However, that doesn’t explain the relics
you can see in the cutaway of the wax effigy’s hand above. 9. This is Saint Robert Bellamine who died in
1621. His remains are displayed behind glass in
cardinal red robes under a side altar in the Church of Saint Ignatius at the chapel of
the Roman College. 10. This is the effigy of Saint Camilius de Lellis
displayed in La Maddalena, Rome. He died in 1614 AD. However his skeleton is not in the effigy
but is in a compartment underneath the display. 11. The incorrupt body of St. Pope Pius V who
died in 1572. His body is encased in silver and is displayed
in the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome. Nobody Knew This Would Happen When These 12
Saints Were Buried, Then Had Their Tombs Reopened. Share 12. This is the wax effigy of Saint Carlo da Sezze
who died in 1670. The skeletal remains are under the altar behind
the effigy in the San Francesco d’Assisi a Ripa Grande church in Rome. The incorruptibles fascinate me and I wish
that I was able to find more information on each of them. I tried to find out exactly how it was discovered
that each saint was incorrupt but those details have eluded me. Often times I was only able to discover when
they were beatified and/or canonized but those articles did not go into detail regarding
when or how they were found to be incorrupt. To be canonized is when someone is declared
a saint and beatification is the recognition that someone has gained entrance to heaven. Both of these are most likely indicators of
when it was discovered they were incorrupt because, as mentioned before, being incorrupt
is an indication that they were so holy in life that their body is being prevented from
decomposing by God which gains them sainthood. Regardless of whether you believe the incorruptibles
are irrefutable proof of God, or if you believe it is a result of ideal circumstances explained
by science, or if you believe it is God working by means of science, the incorruptibles are
an interesting part of the history found in the Roman Catholic religion.

27 Replies to “Nobody Knew This Would Happen When These 12 Saints Were Buried”

  1. You forgot the most famous incorruptible Saint in history Blessed Saint Bernadette Suborous  whose incorrupt body can be veiwed in all it glory at Lourdes France

  2. 1 Corinthians 15.42-So also is the resurrection of the dead. The body is sown in corruption; it is raised in incorruption.
    There is therefore no such thing as the 'incorruptibles' as declared the Catholic church, not declared by anyone.
    This is just more apostate teaching by heretical Catholic church doctrine. This video is absolute rubbish. The worship of so-called saints is also unbiblical; it is called idolatry.

  3. #5 St.Francis Xavier was a woman not a man as stated on this video which constantly calls her HE!And the picture of her body is obviously dressed in the habit of a nun.If this woman is so very fascinated by the incoruptible saints then why the HELL doesn't she know that St.Francis Xavier one of the 12 ones she choose to be in this video is a WOMAN NOT a MAN!….Hmmmmmmm?

  4. At least two unexplained miracles have to be associated with the person. That's one of the qualifications for sainthood I believe. I'm Catholic but I don't speak for the church. I remember that one though.

  5. Even though God said in Isaiah 42:8 I am the Lord, and that is My name; And my glory I will not give to another , Roman Catholics insist on glorying Mary. Even though I Timothy 2:5 states For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus….Roman Catholics still insist that Mary is an intercessor! 🤨

  6. Every religion ?! All the miracles are in Christ’s Name, tell me in which other religion these phenomenon appear ?! None !

  7. Hey Speedy Facts! Would love to see this FIXED it could be very informative. Nice Pictures I have seen many of these saints.

  8. Wednesday, July 24, 2019. I did not like this video due to having the music with volume too high and I could not understand quite well what the narrator was saying about the incorrupt bodies of those saints.

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