MEDJUGORJE: A miraculous healing from ALS?

I limit my writing on Medjugorje to almost nothing. However, I hadn’t seen this in the Anglophone press.

My translation from Affari Italiani:

Medjugorje, nuovo miracolo: guarisce malato di Sla
Medjugorje, new miracle: a healing from Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

Christian Felice, 37 years from Piante Crati (Cosenza), after visiting the sanctuary put in the spotlight a few weeks ago, was healed from ALS. The man recounted that he arrived with his wife and children in Bosnia to pay a visit to the Madonna and, while he was standing and looking at the sanctuary from afar, he heard a clear voice in his ear, asking him to go to the hill. With enormous effort he went and the Virgin Mary appeared for an instant before his eyes. After a great cry, Christian, moved, got up from his wheelchair and even within a few hours no longer had need for his respirator. In the next days he also got rid of his feeding tube.

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That is the core of the article. Maybe you have seen it elsewhere.

Remember: miracles have to be authenticated. Before they are authenticated, they must be shown to be inexplicable by modern medicine, sudden, complete and lasting.

I will leave you with only one thought.

God grants miracles. We should ask for them.

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