| Father Sebastian Wolicki |
|Status||Superior of the Franciscan Monastery|
|Site||St. Kazimierz Krolewicz|
|Location||In a glass coffin in the catacombs|
Father Sebastian Wolicki was born in the year 1644. He later became a Knight of the Combating Forces of King Jan II Kazimierz Waza. When he was the age of 32, he was wounded in battle and left the army to join the Franciscan Monastery on Reformacka Street in Poland. He remained there until his death on May 18, 1732, at the age of 88 years as the Superior of the Monastery. (findagrave.com)
Naturally mummified due to the unique climatic conditions in the catacombs under St. Kazimierz Krolewicza. (Wikipedia)
No studies completed.
Father Sebastian Wolicki died of natural causes at old age. No written records of the exact disease or illness.
Former Superior of the Franciscan Monastery on Reformacka Street, the naturally mummified remains of Father Sebastian Wolicki, are housed in a glass coffin unlike those of his Franciscan brethren, who are found placed directly on the bare floor. His remains are the most visited and most devoted. (findagrave.com)