I don't suppose the people of Naples take much stock in the laws of nature; they don't have to, with Januarius in a drawer.
If the blood of Saint Januarius doesnt liquefy, why should you keep it in a shrine?
Furthermore, they falsely quote Augustine in reply to the inquiries of Januarius, who is diametrically opposed to them.
The Miracle of Januarius's Blood is, on the whole, my most curious experience.
The blood of Saint Januarius is shown in Naples to this day.
A great number of saints of the name of Januarius are mentioned in the martyrologies.