- Jan 25, 2020
A woman healed at the Shrine of Our Lady of Knock in Ireland 30 years ago has been formally acknowledged by the Church as having no “medical explanation.”
A house in Ohio where a woman with the stigmata lived and died continues to draw believers.
Pilgrims visit the waters of Lac Ste. Anne expecting — and receiving — healing.
A few prayers to Blessed John Henry Newman became a “constant dialogue” and then a desperate response to an emergency for Melissa Villalobos of Chicago. Her healing, which saved her life and the life of her unborn child, was accepted as the miracle needed for the 19th-century British cardinal’s canonization.
Pope Francis advanced the sainthood causes of four men and four women, including Blessed Dulce Lopes Pontes, the “Mother Teresa” of Brazil.
Pope Francis formally recognized that French De La Salle Brother Victorino Arnaud Pages, who dedicated his life to establishing schools and alumni associations in the United States and the Caribbean, lived the Christian virtues in a holy way.