AsiaNews: A three year old girl, Milan, from a Sunni family in Syria, was healed thanks to the intervention of St. Charbel, the Lebanese hermit saint, canonized in 1977 by Pope Paul VI. The family is a family of refugees from Damascus, who arrived in Lebanon after the civil war which has been destroying the country more than four years.
The girl had a tumor and during treatment was also attacked by a virus very serious. Her mother’s prayer to St. Charbel healed her daughter and now little Milan, seems to have a very special relationship with “Father Charbel.”
The episode occurred two months ago and is documented by the reports of OTV (Orange TV), in Arabic. Below we publish the literal translation.
Some Christian devotions have spread in many parts of the Muslim world (such as devotion to Mary, Our Lady, and the desire to be freed from the devil. See: “Millions of Muslims devoted to Our Lady and eager for exorcism”. Full report is here.