Sasha Keyes studied under the famously incorrupt Sr. Wilhelmina — and is now offering firsthand accounts of the saintly nun’s life and legacy. A mother of five who enjoyed Sr. Wilhelmina’s influence as a child, Keyes also endured tremendous suffering. Her brother, Fr. Kenneth Walker, was brutally murdered in 2014. Keyes offers deep insights after experiencing both the sublime and suffering, giving viewers a reason for hope in a world looking for God — and answers to the pain of this fallen world.
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The discovery of Sr. Wilhelmina Lancaster's seemingly incorrupt body, at a time when the blasphemy of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence epitomises Satan’s disdain for humanity and the sacred, shows us that God is still with His people.
One sign indicating a true incorrupt body is preservation despite the presence of water, according to writer Joan Carroll Cruz, who has noted that most incorruptibles remain flexible and lifelike even after years.
The Mother Abbess of the order founded by Sr. Wilhelmina shared that some of the physical healings attributed to the Sister have been 'quite significant,' although they are awaiting medical confirmation.
Two Catholic friends from Indiana drove separately 9 hours each way with their children to view Sister Wilhelmina Lancaster’s apparently incorrupt exhumed body after nearly 4 years buried in the ground.
As thousands of people, pilgrims and merely the curious, have flocked to visit the apparently incorrupt remains of its foundress, they will have found a community rich in the practice of the Church’s tradition.
'We believe that even as Sister Wilhelmina’s whole life and death was a miracle, pointing the way to Almighty God, that what she has left behind continues to point to His Resurrection and the life of glory that awaits us.'