This is the Saints tomb. His body is divinely blessed, and is thus incorruptible. It does not decay. Wait, really?! Francis Xavier to be used as food preservative it's a miracle of freshness!
First to say it! “Saints preserve us.”
Xavier visited Japan, landing first in Kagoshima. The landing point is 2 miles from my apartment, and the church and park dedicated to him are a 7 minute walk for me. I am going to tape up copies of this comic on the front door of the church to see what happens.
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I have seen a few of those bodies on display. In my opinion, it’s a stretch of the imagination to say they’re incorrupt. To me they look more like mummified. Usually only the face and hands show, the bodies clothed. But who am I to say for sure?.http://www.roman-catholic-saints.com/incorruptible-saints.html.http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2009/01/090126-sicily-mummy.html.http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/files/2012/12/Paleodermatoses.pdf
St. Vladimir preserve us.
All super-natural preservatives! Nothing artificial!
“… smelled like fresh roses…”.The smell of roses is a fairly consistent factor as related by those who have witnessed “supernatural visitations.” Why would that be? I tend to put an advanced scientific spin on those, as if parkrangers are visiting us as a protected preserve; or time travelers are making unauthorized safaris; or aliens are experimenting.
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