There are so many miracles. God can protect in any circumstance. During the greatest wildfire in U.S. history — one foreseen as a chastisement by the Virgin Mary (near Green Bay) — a makeshift shrine dedicated to her survived despite flames that roared right up to its wood fence. The Blessed Mother, it seems, saved those who were praying there — miraculously — halting the flames, which actually scorched the fence, and presenting what afterwards was described as “an oasis of emerald” in what was otherwise a million-acre landscape of ash. During the atomic blast in Hiroshima, a small clutch of Jesuits near Ground Zero — within a mile — somehow survived. No radiation poisoning. A Franciscan friary established by Maximilian Kolbe survived the blast at Nagasaki. In the midst of any mayhem, Heaven reaches out to us. We need only accept His Hand.
From the mail, we see little current-day miracles that present the same examples of protection. As posted by Daily Rosary Family on Facebook: