I’m not sure if I’m daft or if I really heard this. When I was about 11 in Catholic school we had a music teacher who taught us about a new saint every day (Mrs. Edinburgh, are you reading this?). When she taught us about Saint Cecilia she said that one of her posthumus miracles was not decomposing. I remember Mrs. Edinburgh telling us that Cecilia was on display in Rome and you could view her perfectly-intact body. Also, I can swear seeing a picture of the tomb with Saint Cecilia behind glass. Can someone please give me some information on the subject so I don’t have to keep wondering if I’m crazy.
“Man prefers to believe what he prefers to be true” -Albert Einstein