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St. Joaquina Vedruna de Mas (1783-1854)
After more than 150 years, her body continues to be miraculously preserved from natural decomposition.
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Bl. Imelda Lambertini (1322-1333) The body of this blessed, who died at age 11, is believed by many to be incorrupt.
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St. John Vianney (1786-1859) Found entirely incorrupt in 1904, his body now wears a wax face mask.
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St. Angela Merici (1474-1540) Her body remains remarkably preserved today, though dark in color.
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St. Madeleine Sophie Barat (1779-1865) Found whole and entirely incorrupt in 1908, her body is now displayed with a silver mask covering her face and hands.
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St. Camillus de Lellis (1550-1614) Found fully incorrupt decades after his death, his remains were badly damaged by a flood. A few fully preserved relics remain.
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St. Rita of Cascia (1381-1457) Her body is still miraculously preserved, with some discoloration of the skin over the centuries.
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