He was buried in the ground without a coffin. There was considerable rain during the first 40 or so days of his burial.
There were dazzling lights seen above his grave during this time, so it was decided to dig up the saint-to-be.
He was found to be incorrupt, though his clothes had rotted away (he was buried in dirt (which turned to mud).
There were numerous miracles associated with his incorruptibility in terms of special substances that oozed from his body from time to time.
So this saint was went into a seizure at the consecration of the Holy Eucharist...
This may be a very Holy Priest who died...
A happy man.
I went to visit the California missions a while back, and I stopped at Mission La Soledad, up on a windswept hill.
The mission priest there starved to death while saying mass. The ranchers were closing in on the mission and he had already given away all his food to the Indians.
He died saying mass and the Indians carried his body 40 miles to the next mission, where he is now buried.