- Jan 18, 2020
The miracle that cleared the way for Mother Teresa to be declared a saint on Sept. 4 involves the healing of young Brazilian engineer from brain abscesses. In this interview, David Van Biema interviews the man and his wife about their experience, part of the new book “Mother Teresa: A Modern Saint” from Time.
Pilgrims, many sick or disabled, converged Monday in the French shrine of Lourdes under heavy security after recent terrorist attacks — notably one July 26 in northwest France, in which extremists claiming loyalty to the Islamic State stormed a Mass, slit an elderly priest’s throat and took nuns and parishioners hostage.
A new documentary produced by St. Anthony Communications aims to answer “what miracles are, how people can know they are real and true, and what their purpose is,” according to Christian Holden, managing director.
A statue of the Virgin Mary in Fresno, Calif. appears to be weeping miraculous tears, according to witnesses. The family that owns the statue says the tears have been coming and going for about the past year and a half. According to witnesses, the tears appear to well up in
What do a grilled cheese sandwich and the tilma of Our Lady of Guadalupe have in common? Both bore what appeared to be images of Mary. One was determined to be authentically miraculous, the other was not. Not to spoil any secrets, but it’s not Our Lady of the Grilled
Those images of a consecrated Communion wafer covered in red liquid from a church in Utah that went viral last month weren’t revealing the blood of Christ, it turns out, but something far less miraculous: red mold. That’s the conclusion of an investigation undertaken by the Catholic Diocese of Salt