This is a very interesting and fascinating subject. I probably wouldn't be reading about it if the question was not asked earlier. I think I am taking the other question off topic.
From what I am reading on a few links a body is suppose to be free from all erosion. What I am reading on Catholic sites, St. Bernadette and most saints are partially incorruptible. From what I read, there is not anything hiding the fact that many of the saints have wax on their body.
***question*** What is the Catholic Church idea of incorruptible? What criteria, straight from Rome, does a body have to posses to be consider incorruptible or even partially incorruptible? Does anyone know what procces the Catholic Church uses to verify this?
Asked by Anonymous at 5:46 PM on Apr. 4, 2010 in Religion & Beliefs
The Catholic church says the body can't be embalmed or contained in an air tight environment.
Answer by RyansMom001 at 6:21 PM on Apr. 4, 2010
Answer by Anonymous at 5:47 PM on Apr. 4, 2010
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