A miracle in Missouri? Body of Benedictine Sisters’ foundress thought to be incorrupt

Catholic News Agency, Kelsey Wicks:

Hundreds of pilgrims have descended on a Benedictine monastery for religious sisters in rural Missouri in recent days after news began to spread on social media last week that the recently exhumed remains of the contemplative order’s African American foundress appear to be incorrupt, four years after her death and burial in a simple wooden coffin. Report is here.