THE INCORRUPTIBLE SAINTS OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

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"You will not allow your holy one to see corruption" - Psalm 16:10
The Incorruptibles are saints whose bodies are miraculously preserved after death, defying the normal process of decomposition. St. Cecilia is probably the first saint known to be incorrupt, but the bodies of these saints can be found in many places throughout the world.
They are not like mummies, for their skin is soft and their limbs pliable, nothing at all like the dry, skeletal remains of mummies. Under usual circumstances, nothing at all has been done to preserve the bodies of these saints. In fact, some of them have been covered in quicklime, which should have easily destroyed any human remains, yet it has no effect of these saints. Many of them also give off a sweet, unearthly odor, and others produce blood or oils that defy any scientific explanation.

Incorruptibility is a Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox belief that supernatural (or Godly) intervention allows some human bodies (specifically saints) to avoid the normal process of decomposition after death as a sign of their holiness. Bodies that reportedly undergo little or no decomposition, or delayed decomposition, are sometimes referred to as incorrupt or incorruptible.
In the mystery of our Catholic Faith, if a body remains incorruptible after death, this is generally seen as a sign that the individual is a saint. Not every saint, however, is expected to have an incorruptible corpse. Although incorruptibility is recognized as supernatural, it is no longer counted as a miracle in the recognition of a saint.
Embalmed bodies were not recognized as incorruptibles. For example, while the body of Pope John XXIII remained in a remarkably intact state after its exhumation, Church officials quickly remarked that the body had been embalmed and additionally there was a lack of oxygen in his sealed triple coffin.
Incorruptibility is seen as distinct from the good preservation of a body, or from mummification. Incorruptible bodies are often said to have the odor of sanctity, exuding a sweet or floral, pleasant aroma.
Challenge or ask any Protestant or any none Catholics if they found any supernaturally incorrupt bodies of any members of their group or sect? they will give you a blank stare..because there are NONE!!
It is interesting to know that there are 250 known Catholic saints whose body are incorruptibles there were many more but during the Protestant revolution many of the incorruptible were destroyed or burnt by the protestants:
A List of Incorruptibles 
A List of Incorruptible Saints
Saint Agatha 
Saint Agnes of Montepulciano 
Blessed Andrew Franchi 
Blessed Angela of Foligno 
Saint Angela Merici 
Blessed Angelo of Acri 
Blessed Angelo of Chiavasso 
Blessed Anthony Bonfadini 
Blessed Anthony of Stroncone 
Blessed Antonia of Florence 
Saint Benedict the Moor 
Saint Bernadette Soubirous 
Saint Bernardine of Siena 
Saint Catherine of Bologna 
Saint Catherine of Genoa 
Saint Cecilia 
Saint Charles Borromeo 
Saint Charles of Sezze 
Saint Clare of Assisi 
Saint Clare of Montefalco 
Saint Crispin of Viterbo 
Saint Didacus of Alcala 
Saint Eustochium 
Saint Fernando III 
Saint Frances of Rome 
Saint Francis de Sales 
Blessed Francis of Fabriano 
Venerable Francis Gonzaga 
Blessed Gabriel Ferretti 
Blessed Gandolph of Binasco 
Blessed Helen Enselmini 
Saint Ignatius of Laconi 
Saint Ignatius of Santhia 
Blessed Imelda Lambertini 
Blessed James of Bitecto 
Saint James of the March 
Blessed James Oldo 
Blessed James of Pieve 
Blessed James of Strepar 
Saint Jean-Marie-Baptiste Vianney (The Curé of Ars) 
Blessed Jane Mary of Maille 
Blessed Jane of Signa 
Saint Jane of Valois 
Saint John Bosco 
Saint Joseph of Cupertino 
Saint Louis Bertrand 
Blessed Lucy of Narni 
Blessed Margaret of Castello 
Saint Margaret of Cortona 
Blessed Margaret of Lorraine 
Blessed Mark Marconi 
Venerable Mary of Agreda 
Blessed Mary Assunta Pollotta 
Saint Mary Joseph Rossello 
Blessed Mary Magdalene Martinengo 
Blessed Matthia Nazzarei 
Blessed Nicholas Factor 
Saint Pacifico of San Severino 
Saint Paschal Baylon 
Blessed Philippa Mareri 
Saint Pope Pius X 
Saint Rose of Viterbo 
Blessed Sebastian of Aparicio 
Saint Seraphin of Montegranaro 
Blessed Salome of Cracow 
Saint Sperandia 
Saint Veronica Giuliani 
Saint Vincent Pallotti 
Saint Zita 
Saint Albert the Great 
Saint Alphege of Canterbury 
Blessed Alphonsus of Orozco 
Saint Andrew Bobola 
Blessed Angelo of Borgo San Sepolcro 
Blessed Anna Maria Taigi 
Saint Anthony Maria Zaccaria 
Saint Antoninus 
Blessed Arcangela Girlani 
Saint Benezet 
Blessed Bernard Scammacca 
Blessed Bertrand of Garrigua 
Saint Camillus de Lellis 
Venerable Catalina de Cristo 
Saint Catherine Labouré 
Blessed Charbel Makhlouf 
Saint Catherine dei Ricci 
Saint Catherine of Siena 
Saint Coloman 
Saint Cuthbert 
Saint Dominic Savio 
Saint Edmund Rich of Canterbury 
Saint Edward the Confessor 
Saint Etheldreda 
Blessed Eustochia Calafato 
Saint Ezequiel Moreno y Diaz 
Saint Francis of Paola 
Saint Francis Xavier 
Saint George Preca 
Saint Germaine Cousin 
Saint Guthlac 
Annibale Maria di Francia (Founder of the Rogationist and Daughters of Divine Zeal) 
Saint Herculanus of Piegaro 
Saint Hugh of Lincoln 
Saint Idesbald 
Saint Isidore the Farmer 
Blessed James of Blanconibus 
Venerable John of Jesus Mary 
Saint Jane Frances de Chantal 
Saint Jeanne de Lestonnac 
Blessed John of Chiaramonte 
Saint John of God 
Saint John of the Cross 
Saint John Southworth 
Saint Josaphat 
Saint Julie Billiart 
Blessed Karl of Austria 
Saint Louise de Marillac 
Saint Luigi Orione 
Saint Lucy Filippini 
Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat 
Blessed Mafalda of Portugal 
Blessed Margaret of Savoy 
Saint Maria Goretti 
Venerable Maria Vela 
Saint Martin de Porres 
Blessed Mary Bagnesi 
Saint Mary Magdalen de' Pazzi 
Blessed Mary of the Divine Heart 
Mother Mariana de Jesus Torres 
Venerable Mother Maria of Jesus 
Saint Nicholas of Tolentino 
Blessed Osanna of Mantua 
Saint Padre Pio of Pietrelcina 
Blessed Paula Frassinetti 
Saint Peregrine Laziosi 
Blessed Peter Ghigenzi 
Saint Philip Neri 
Saint Pierre Julien Eymard 
Saint Rita of Cascia 
Saint Romuald 
Saint Rose of Lima 
Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne 
Blessed Sibyllina Biscossi 
Saint Silvan 
Saint Stanislaus Kostka 
Saint Teresa of Avila 
Saint Teresa Margaret of the Sacred Heart 
Saint Ubald of Gubbio 
Saint Vincent de Paul 
Saint Waltheof 
Saint Werburgh 
Saint Withburga 
Saint Wunibald
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