The hand of St. Catherine of Siena
...In this photograph, you can see the relic of the hand of St Catherine of Siena. It is held in the Dominican convent of Our Lady of the Roasy in Rome. St Catherine died in 1380 in Rome and yet you can still see the fingernails on her hand as well as flesh that has not decomposed, even after 700 years. This is one of the many accounts of Catholic saints having bodies that do not corrupt very quickly. Amazing! Any atheist Scientists like to explain this one? This is a fascinating area that religion and science can converge to discover the amazing truths of the Catholic faith... more...