Thousands of Catholics flock to Missouri church to pray over body of ‘miracle’ nun who was exhumed after four years with no signs of decay

Thousands of worshipers have started flocking to a Catholic nun to witness her body after it was recovered from her Missouri grave without any signs of decay despite being buried since 2019. 


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Faithful Catholics have been pictured and filmed in a long queue rushing to Gower – about 40 miles north of Kansas City – to see the unblemished body of sister Wilhelmina Lancaster, who died in May 2019 at the age of 95, with some calling it a miraculous sign of sainthood. 

The abbey which previously would receive no more than 20 visitors per day is now seeing about 1,000 visitors on a daily basis, according to Ashlie Hand, a spokesperson with the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph.

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