Tag Archives: Miracles
LifeNews: “We did a lot of soul-searching,” said Mary Gundrum, who is 40. “I was thinking, ‘That’s my child. It’s that simple. I’m not going to take the life of my child.’ ” Read more about this here.
El Paso Times: A fire destroyed a church in Juárez early Wednesday morning, but spared a Virgin of Guadalupe image, despite the fierce blaze, Juárez officials said today. Read more here.
“Oh, good, Father. I’ve been waiting for you. I want to go to Confession. Here is the account of the witnessing priest.
CatholicHerlad.co.uk: A man with a paralysed left leg has completed a 1,000-mile hike to Santiago de Compostela after being cured at Lourdes, it has been reported. Television repair man Serge François, 40, said he felt a warm glow spread down his herniated leg during a visit to Lourdes in 2002. Read more about this here.
I read an article the other day, written by a priest, questioning whether or not the word “bilocation” was a misnomer. The author was not denying that such miracles have occurred, but rather if, in fact, the saint so credited is actually in two places at the same time, or whether the vision of the one “seen” in the second place is seen intellectually rather … More →
THIS AUTHOR HAS NOT had the blessing of visiting the shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, nor does he ever expect to be given that privilege. Therefore, in describing the miraculous Image I can only relate what has come to my mind, either from contemplating the excellent copies I have had before me while writing this article, or from what I have garnered from other … More →