Now, I want to clarify my title, as I don’t think a particular faith can be “proven” with scientific fact, et cetera, but I would like to mention a couple of phenomena which lend themselves to the truth of Catholicism.
Incorruptibles are bodies of long-dead people which are still entirely intact–some of which bled long after their deaths! No scientific reason can be given for this occurance. There is no embalming, and some incorruptibles were buried in damp areas, or having died of diseases–both circumstances would lead to faster and more thorough decay of the body. The phenomenon here is that all (known) incorruptibles are Catholic Saints–these are the only ones to whom this amazing gift has been given, that their bodies don’t know decay. This is, in my opinion, a very good example of God’s action in the Catholic Church.
More convincing proofs are the various Eucharistic miracles: for example, there is the host that has remained perfectly intact for over 250 years, for which science has no reason. There is the host which spouted blood during the consecration when a priest doubted the Real Presence. therealpresence.org/eucharst/mir/a3.html
I am wondering: what do you all think of these miracles? Is there reason to the rhyme? What’s interesting is that the Eucharistic miracles occur during times of weakened faith. I’d like to hear any and all thoughts.