Further proof of God’s existence:
When Pope Benedict was in Sydney, Australia he kissed and blessed little Claire:
This week Claire was rolled over by a 22-seater bus:
The tyre marks were yesterday visible on her tiny abdomen, but she astounded her parents and medical specialists by surviving the ordeal without internal injuries, broken bones or lasting physical damage of any kind.
As Claire lay in bed at Sydney Children’... More
Whether there was a miracle or not at Jackson Catholic Middle School on Friday must be carefully examined by church leaders.
In what is called “Eucharist adoration,” a large wafer — unleavened bread — about 3 or 4 inches in diameter was blessed by a priest and set on a gold stand, called a luna, in the school chapel.
During the day, as adult volunteers sat near it, a student cla... More
Have some Kleenex handy:
Audrey Jean was born 15 weeks early at just 25 weeks gestation due to severe pre-eclampsia and severe IUGR. At birth she weighed only 12 ounces (350 grams) and was 10 inches in length. The doctors gave us very little hope in her survival. But the minutes turned into hours and hours into days. She surpassed all expectations. After 93 days in the NICU, we brought our beauti... More
I’ve come across many stories of miraculous infant survival but this one trumps the bunch:
Everything aligned to protect Gore in July, creating what doctors and Gore’s parents agree is a miracle.
When the towheaded rascal with a curiosity for water and a penchant for pulling doorknobs escaped his family’s vacation cabin near Gunnison and tumbled unseen into an irrigation dit... More
Fr. Z presents the article he wrote (if you don’t see it immediatly, scrolling down to the bottom).
I had the honor of attending St. Gianna Beretta Molla’s canonization Mass with JP2 in May 2004.