Category Archives: Miracles

Miracle! “Vegetables” Wake and Speak

The Guardian reports (H/T Mere Comments) Reborn We have always been told there is no recovery from persistent vegetative state – doctors can only make a sufferer’s last days as painless as possible. But is that really the truth? Across … Continue reading

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Eucharistic Miracle in Minnesota?

Deacon Greg has a post up on the possibility: The mystery centers on a consecrated host that the Rev. John Echert of St. Augustine Church said fell to the floor last month during Holy Communion and turned “blood red” after being placed in … Continue reading

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There is no pit so deep that God’s love is not deeper still

The above headline is taken from Corrie Bloom a survivor of the Nazi death camps (H/T  Catherine of Sienna Institute) The New York Times has a powerful story in the Health section.  (H/T Mark Shea)  Dr. Lineham was institutionalized at … Continue reading

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Coming to America…

My son and his family are moving from Scotland to Boston. Hooray! I would be singing Al… all day and night, but it is Lent. So I will Praise God instead. Can you believe it? We will be able to … Continue reading

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Violence in Tuscon: Judge John Roll

I don’t know how I missed this. It is so clear to me, even as I don’t live it, that we are but pilgrims on this earthly vale of tears. Our true home is Zion the heavenly Jerusalem. Archbishop Chaput … Continue reading

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Einstein Was Right, You Can Bilocate

The UK newspaper, The Independent, asserts that Eisntein was right, you can be in two places at once. “A device that exists in two different states at the same time, and coincidentally proves that Albert Einstein was right when he … Continue reading

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Faith AND Reason; Science AND Miracle

The Wall Street Journal has this headline in today’s paper: Chile’s Rescue Formula: ’75% Science, 25% Miracle’ Amen. Catholic that I am, I am very good at asserting “both” instead of either or”. It seems, however, that I missed a … Continue reading

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