From the Mail (Paule Ann Capak): This is the brain scan of Christian Laverne, the young man who was brain.
It’s another untold Padre Pio story, but with a major twist. “In 1959,” recounts author C. Bernard Ruffin, “a Pilgrim.
From the Diocese: UPDATE: 2018 (Information from Hawaiian Diocese) In June of 2008, the “Hawaiian” Myrrh-streaming Iveron Icon was officially recognized.
A Jewish Harvard business professor who was flirting with atheism and pleading for guidance received an unexpected answer to a.
When one is visiting a mom at a nursing home called Our Lady of Peace and sitting with her at.
While we tend to hear about more proximate miracles (such as the weeping statue in New Mexico), that doesn’t mean.
Continuing our discussion of wonders from far-off places: There is the Philippines: isn’t something always going on there? This is a.
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There is the expression, “all that glitters isn’t gold.” Is all that glitters real, and if so — good? We.
Catholics have had countless cases whereby objects, particularly pictures and statues, but also various religious articles, have exuded a mysterious.
Let’s place a few items up for discernment. First, visuals. Is there really a miraculous “shroud” impression of Saint Padre Pio?.
You may remember the recent stories — for instance, from the Washington Post: “Inside a Catholic church in New Mexico,.
It’s two years ago this week since an incredible priest died. From our archives, his amazing story. by Michael H..
Why is it that so few mention our “secret weapon” in the fight against Islamic terror? Archbishop Fulton Sheen did.
From Fox News: A driver in Texas on Monday snagged a photo of a cloud formation that he thinks looks.
A lot of happenstance in our time. Is there a veiled “woman” in the Kilauea volcano [above]? That’s up to.
Coincidences, coincidences. We’d like to know about coincidence in your life. We’ve had articles on this before, and have had.
From Youtube: It’s the aftermath of Easter, but what we have here is a year-round story involving Mary as well.
Are there truly strange exudations? Does God use “natural” phenomena in a way that is “supernatural”? We once heard from.
“This picture was taken at the University of Notre Dame on November 1, 2017 and shows a lighted image which.
Often, we stroll down the lane of pareidolia, examining what may or may not be miraculous or at least somehow.
Those who have sought the intercession of an obscure Lebanese saint have reported cures of everything from gastric ulcers to.
Invoked with faith, the Lord extends His Hand, breaks the coils that encircle the person at prayer, dries the tears.
From the Catholic Herald: A French bishop declared Sunday that the recovery a long-debilitated nun made after she visited the.
Now when the glare of a camera or light from some other extraneous source causes effects in photographs that remind.
Let’s go right to the mailbag. It’s one of those “for your discernment” days. From a viewer out West: “I.
For your discernment: Scientific Study Claimed To Yield No Clue As To Composition Of Mysterious ‘Glitter’ [In many parts of.
One is always a bit wary of what seems too dramatic or “magical” and this is the case, perhaps, with.
Just to let you know, I had the honor of meeting Fr. René Laurentin in 2011 in Rome at the.