Virgin Centurione died in 1651. 150 years later her corpse was removed from the grave, and kept for display in Genova.
No one in sure how many corpses the Roman Catholic Church have kept for display for adoration and veneration. But this lady died in Genova in Italy is 1651 A.D.
150 years lauer, in 1801 her body was removed from the grave, to be kept for display. Lets take a look at some few more pictures:
The Vatican did not start the process of beautification before 1985. That is a long wait for those who kept on venerating a person, who had not performed authorized miracles.
What would have happened to the remains of this person, if the Pope refused to grant “it“sainthood?
Would the corpse have been reburied 334 years after it had been removed from the grave?
Why did it take the Vatican 184 years to complete the process of beautification in the the first place?
Was it the local production of suitable garments that took so long time?
The body of ‘Saint Virginia Centurione from Genova in Italy is not a pleasant catch for the eye. It makes me wonder what the “beautification” process is all about, but a wicked looting of a dead woman’s grave.
Written by Ivar