Well that figures.
I would not go see even a saint's heart, any more than I would go to see a lung or brain - or liver or eyeball for that matter. The only possible exception might be if perhaps there was some heavenly fragrance or celestial light that emitted from it or something miraculous like that.
I don't understand why anyone would want to see it no matter whose heart it was.
Catholics have been venerating relics of saints for centuries. This is nothing new. It is surprising to me that there would be an objection to this practice on a traditional board.
Relics yes, a harvested human heart is not and never has been considered a relic in the traditional sense - the NO sense, yes, I can accept that, but not traditional. Bones, cloth with blood, strands of their hair or a piece of clothing they wore - those are some examples of relics. A whole human heart? No. Not even from Martyrs, and St. Pio was not martyred.
When I first read the post, "Novus Ordo" is the first thing that came into my mind. Holy Mother the Church simply does not harvest organs - or cut off ears, fingers and toes for that matter from Her saints.
I know I don't get out much, but seems obvious to me that there is something inherently very wrong with cutting out the heart of anyone, especially from a saint, even if for the purpose of a relic.