St. Peter Julian Eymard(incorruptible) "Apostle of the Eucharist". On 5/13/1856,the Paris bishops consented to Eymard’s plans for a ‘Society of the Blessed Sacrament’. With the encouragement of St. John Vianney, the two communities started 3/1858 They began working with children in Paris to prepare them to receive their 1st Communion...reached out to non-practicing Catholics,inviting them to repent begin receiving Communion again... Eymard was a tireless proponent of frequent Holy Communion...
Top 10 Incorrupt Corpses - Listverse
St. Vincent de Paul, died 1660. Fascinating, but is it true? Throughout the years the Roman Catholic Church has found the bodies of some of their saints to be incorrupt. When this happens, the body is often put on display (quite often they are put inside a Church altar with a glass front).
A scientific look at the bodies of Catholic saints that do not corrupt. The oldest incorruptible is St. Cecilia who was martyred in 177 A.D. Her body remains much as it was 1700 years ago when it was discovered. These bodies defy the natural order and 5 of the 8 stages of natural death. Click here to read more about this phenomena!
Saint John Vianney, the Cure d'Ars
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