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Friday, 14 November 2008

Mayat ke ENDA REPUT/BUT selama beribu taun.

SHALOM, LEBIH 250 INCORRUPT BODIES OF CATHOLIC SAINTS..TAPI AKU JUST MADAH SEPULUH AJA BA DITO..ARAM MEH KITAI BEKONGSI KE RUNDING ENGGAU BUAH PIKIR KITAI NAMA UTAI BAKA TO TAU ULIH NYADI ENTI UKAI ARI KUASA 'APAI KITAI'..ALLELUIA, PUJI TUHAN, AMIN..

enti ka berentak meda tau ga meda ba salah siti video pasal utai to ba youtube....salah satu video nya bc ba baruh to:-

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1.Saint Bernadette of Lourdes, 1844-1879

St Bernadette was born Bernadette Soubirous in Lourdes, France. From February to July 1858, she reported eighteen apparitions of “a Lady.” Despite initial skepticism from the Roman Catholic Church, these claims were eventually declared to be worthy of belief after a canonical investigation. After her death, Bernadette’s body remained “incorruptible”, and the shrine at Lourdes went on to become a major site for pilgrimage, attracting millions of Catholics each year.


2. Saint John Vianney,

St. Jean Baptiste Marie Vianney (May 8, 1786 - August 4, 1859) was a French parish priest who became a Catholic saint and the patron saint of parish priests. He is often referred to, even in English, as the “CurĂ© d’Ars” (the parish priest of the village of Ars). He became famous internationally for his priestly and pastoral work in his parish due to the radical spiritual transformation of the community and its surroundings.


3. Saint Teresa Margaret,

March 19, 1934, Pope Pius XI entered Blessed Teresa Margaret of the Sacred Heart in the register of saints. In Germany, the new saint is virtually unknown outside of the Carmelite Order. Her life was quiet and hidden. She died on March 7, 1770 at the age of 22, and of this short lifespan, she spent five years in the Carmelite monastery in Florence. She performed no brilliant, attention-getting deeds, nor did her reputation reach the wider world. She spent her life living quietly and with virtue.


4. Saint Vincent de Paul,

Saint Vincent de Paul studied humanities at Dax with the Cordeliers and he graduated in theology at Toulouse. Vincent de Paul was ordained in 1600, remaining in Toulouse until he went to Marseille for an inheritance. On his way back from Marseille, he was taken captive by Turkish bajaken to Tunis, and sold into slavery. After converting his owner to Christianity, Vincent de Paul was freed in 1607. Vincent returned to France and served as priest in a parish near Paris. n 1705 the Superior-General of the Lazarists requested that the process of his canonization might be instituted. On August 13, 1729, Vincent was declared Blessed by Benedict XIII, and canonized by Clement XII on June 16, 1737. In 1885 Leo XIII gave him as patron to the Sisters of Charity.


5. Saint Silvan Died circa 350

There is little known about Saint Silvan except that he was martyred (killed for his faith). Considering his body is over 1,600 years old, it is remarkably preserved


6. Saint Veronica Giuliani,

Saint Veronica Giuliani (Veronica de Julianis) (1660-July 9, 1727) was an Italian mystic. She was born at Mercatello in the Duchy of Urbino. Her parents, Francesco Giuliana and Benedetta Mancini, were both of gentle birth. In baptism she was named Ursula. According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, she showed signs of sanctity from an early age. Her legend states that she was only eighteen months old, she uttered her first words to upbraid a shopman who was serving a false measure of oil, saying distinctly: “Do justice, God sees you.”


7. Saint Zita,

Saint Zita (c. 1212 - 27 April 1272) is the patron saint of maids and domestic servants. She is also appealed to in order to help find lost keys. Zita often said to others that devotion is false if slothful. She considered her work as an employment assigned her by God, and as part of her penance, and obeyed her master and mistress in all things as being placed over her by God. She always rose several hours before the rest of the family and employed in prayer a considerable part of the time which others gave to sleep.


8. Saint John Bosco,

Saint Don Bosco, born Giovanni Melchiorre Bosco, and known in English as John Bosco (August 16, 1815 – January 31, 1888), was an Italian Catholic priest, educator and recognized pedagogue, who put into practice the dogma of his religion, employing teaching methods based on love rather than punishment. He placed his works under the protection of Francis de Sales; thus his followers styled themselves the Salesian Society. He is the only Saint with the title “Father and Teacher of Youth”.


9. Blessed Pope Piux IX,

Pope Pius IX (May 13, 1792 – February 7, 1878), born Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti, reigned as Pope of the Roman Catholic Church from his election in June 16, 1846, until his death more than 31 years later in 1878. Pius IX was elected as the candidate of the liberal and moderate wings on the College of Cardinals, following the pontificate of arch-conservative Pope Gregory XVI. Initially sympathetic to democratic and modernizing reforms in Italy and in the Church, Pius became increasingly conservative after he was deposed as the temporal ruler of the Papal States in the events that followed the Revolutions of 1848.


10. Blessed Pope John XXIII,

Pope John XXIII (Latin: Ioannes PP. XXIII; Italian: Giovanni XXIII), born Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli (November 25, 1881 – June 3, 1963), was elected as the 261st Pope of the Catholic Church and sovereign of Vatican City on October 28, 1958. He called the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965) but did not live to see it to completion, dying on June 3, 1963, two months after the completion of his final encyclical, Pacem in Terris. He was beatified on September 3, 2000, along with Pope Pius IX, the first popes since Pope St. Pius X to receive this honour.

*kita percaya ke enda, aku nadai tai ke dikumin. mayuh bala 'saintis' udah mansik utai perkara to..tang sida alu empai tulih ke jawapan ia.

...............UTAI KE AGI ENDA ULIH JAWAB SAINTIS.............

biasanya incorrupt bodies to berlaku laban perlilinan, tapi sayau saintis agi empai ulih membuktikan ia.Cunto: JOHN VIANNEY, tempat ke dililin ka ba mua ia aja tang, udah dipansik enggau silik bahagian lain ke enda dililin pan sama turut enda reput(terawet) termasuk jantung ia.

Utai bukai ke enda reput ianya perengka dalam mensia, *enti ka 'mengawet' ngambi ke berkesan perengka dalam mesti dikosong ka, enti enda, perengka dalam nya lalu ancur sereta ngemai tubuh kitai mensia mengempis and mata, idung serta mulut mansut ke 'cairan' ke ulih ngerusak proses 'perlilinan'..baka pengawetan ke gaga bala firaun ba Mummy( semua perengka dalam dikeluarkan magang)..tang bala Para Kudus ke enda reput to sigi seruran nyadi tanda tanya bala saintis and seruran dipansik sampai ke diato...;)

SO, enti sida ia ka mansik tau ga ngena lilin ke sama ke dikena sida ia ngelilin para kudus nya ba mayat urang bukai nthen peda hasil ia dah sepuluh taun..sama ka enda??:)

Ukai mina enda reput aja, tang Jasad Para Kudus to bc ngeluar ke bau harum ke enda ulih ditemu ba dunya to (saintis agi mansik bahan2 kimia ke ulih membentuk wangian nya)...ianya dikumbai sida "Bau wangi surga"

SUMBER:http://members.chello.nl/~l.de.bondt/IncorruptBodies.htm

3 comments:

DeePo said...

interesting wai...

M.e.l.o.r.n.a said...

sida tu sigi amat2 berpangai ba Tuhan maya sida agi idup... engka ari nya meh cara Allah Taala madah ke kitai Ia ulih ngaga keja ajih...

Leonard Mark Ulai said...

tu meh mujizat ti nyata ba dunia tu...
bertaun2 nda nemu reput....

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