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    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 Ca

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    I Want This BookOkay so I got it Read it Meh It does have its moments which mainly have to do with the lengths so

  3. says:

    Very interesting information about the saints whose bodies are incorruptibleI learned a lot Although many of the

  4. says:

    Very interesting indeed but the parts about some of the saints having pieces of their body removed for relics and some stolen for I guess what they call souvenirs really upsets me Don’t have an issue with special monuments but feel that the bodies should be left alone Miraculous or not it’s still just the vessel The soul is home with Christ so while we honor their memory and religious life lived let’s no

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    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

  6. says:

    Interesting yet in a way very creepy

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    I read this wayback my highschool years and was really amazed young and naive as I was Then the dream of traveling to these places where the Incorruptibles are kept unfolded

  8. says:

    As a Catholic I will admit I do not know as much about the saints as I should so this book enlightened me much on the topic

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    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

  10. says:

    More an anthology than a studyThe summary describes this as a study of the phenomenon of incorruption but it is really a collection of short hagiographies of saints whose bodies are or at one time were incorrupt with a brief afterword and slightly longer introduction No explanations are offered either of the scientific or theologica

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Free download í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ë Joan Carroll Cruz

Ble bodies of saints are a consoling sign 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 342 pgs 33 Illus PB. I read this wayback my highschool years and was really amazed young and naive as I was Then the dream of traveling to these places where the Incorruptibles are kept unfolded

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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 appeared in 1977 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 even centuries After explaining both natural and artificial mummification the author shows that the incorruptio. I Want This BookOkay so I got it Read it Meh It does have its moments which mainly have to do with the lengths some of the faithful would go to obtain a holy relicA number of Saint Francis Xavier s toes are missing one of them having been bitten off in 1544 by a Portuguese lady named Donna Isabel de Carom who refused to return the relicI know right There is much of this stuff The whole book is in fact mostly about pious sisters brothers archbishops doctors laymen sawing bones chipping bones cutting off parts of flesh pulling on intestines carving out hearts and whatnot Hardly any of the saints have been left to wait for the Judgement Day in one piece The picture I had of Saint Catherine Labour holding the rosary in her clasped hands Gone forever forget about the hands they re made of wax the real hands have been chopped off in the 1930s and are kept separately Holy fckThere are also various bodily fluids mostly blood and oil which are for linens and pieces of cloth to be dipped in and used in various cures and as relics of course The oils which sometimes are noticed seeping from the tombs are apparently possessed of good smell Like what exactly Who determines how good is the smell of this kind of effluvia and good compared to what It really boggles the mind Is it something akin to fish oil they use in Thai cuisine Fish oil smells bad but is good for cooking so people react well to it Maybe they react well to the oil of saints because they know it s something goodThe most interesting part is that most of the bodies do succumb to corruption at the end after 50 75 or 100 or years None of them seems to be truly incorrupt and not mummified either The book contrary to the subtitle is not really a study of incorruption in the bodies in fact it is merely a biographical listing of saintsblessedvenerables with short excerpts from autopsy reports or chronicles etc It is also very insensitive people of other faiths are called heathens heretics and such and similar phenomena of incorruption etc in other religions are totally dismissed Photos are of very bad uality except for Saint Bernadette on the cover but she is the chief of the sales department here you understandPS I would totally read a book about Donna Isabel de Carom What the heck I might write it one dayPPS I just wanted to add that the author is very much mistaken about this stuff being exclusively in the domain of the Catholic Church The Orthodox churches also know this phenomenon Check out the Grand Duchess Elisabeth of Russia the elder sister of the last Russian empress Alexandra Her body was also not corrupted complete with oozing of the oils and stuff Dragons Bride (The Dragon and the Scholar even centuries After Absolute Banking English explaining both natural and artificial mummification the author shows that the incorruptio. I Want This BookOkay so I got it Read it Meh It does have its moments which mainly have to do with the lengths some of the faithful would go to obtain a holy relicA number of Saint Francis Xavier s toes are missing one of them having been bitten off in 1544 by a Portuguese lady named Donna Isabel de Carom who refused to return the relicI know right There is much of this stuff The whole book is in fact mostly about pious sisters brothers archbishops doctors laymen sawing bones chipping bones cutting off parts of flesh pulling on intestines carving out hearts and whatnot Hardly any of the saints have been left to wait for the Judgement Day in one piece The picture I had of Saint Catherine Labour holding the rosary in her clasped hands Gone forever forget about the hands they re made of wax the real hands have been chopped off in the 1930s and are kept separately Holy fckThere are also various bodily fluids mostly blood and oil which are for linens and pieces of cloth to be dipped in and used in various cures and as relics of course The oils which sometimes are noticed seeping from the tombs are apparently possessed of good smell Like what Jewish Life end after 50 75 or 100 or years None of them seems to be truly incorrupt and not mummified Sex Toys 101 either The book contrary to the subtitle is not really a study of incorruption in the bodies in fact it is merely a biographical listing of saintsblessedvenerables with short The Joy in Business excerpts from autopsy reports or chronicles Stuffed etc It is also very insensitive people of other faiths are called heathens heretics and such and similar phenomena of incorruption Cotas Claim etc in other religions are totally dismissed Photos are of very bad uality The Captured Princess (Taken by Vikings, except for Saint Bernadette on the cover but she is the chief of the sales department here you understandPS I would totally read a book about Donna Isabel de Carom What the heck I might write it one dayPPS I just wanted to add that the author is very much mistaken about this stuff being Pamięć - brzemię i uwolnienie. Niemcy wobec nazistowskiej przeszłości (1945-2010) exclusively in the domain of the Catholic Church The Orthodox churches also know this phenomenon Check out the Grand Duchess Elisabeth of Russia the Fakers, Forgers Phoneys elder sister of the last Russian Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia empress Alexandra Her body was also not corrupted complete with oozing of the oils and stuff

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N of the saints' bodies fits neither category but rather constitutes a much greater phenomenon that is unexplained by modern science to this day The author presents 102 canonized saints beati and venerables summarizing their lives the discovery of their incorruption and investigations by Church and medical authoritiesThe incorrupti. Interesting yet in a way very creepy