The other day I received a fascinating and helpful – and beautiful – book, published by faithful TAN.
Compendium of the Miraculous: An Encyclopedia of Revelation, Marian Apparitions, and Mystical Phenomena by Dcn. Albert E. Graham.
To give you an idea of scale and because daily in my live-streamed Masses I’ve been praying for the miracle of the sudden, complete and lasting eradication of the Wuhan Devil here it is with a mask.
Obviously this is a hard cover. It has that shiny “clay” paper (I think it is called) because – and this is a great feature – there are lots of color images.
The contents reveals essays on pertinent topics.
The Table of Contents is long, because quite a number of saints have entries.
As I mentioned… essays.
This is helpful. I scanned about for some saints with whom I am familiar and the book accurately mentioned what I knew. This would be helpful for priests who want to mention something about a saint or a miracle during a sermon or talk.
And… also helpful.
Nice book! It is heavy, because of the materials. One could “graze” in this volume or simply consult. And the essays could help people get up to speed on a variety of topics having to do with miracles and private revelations.
Remember! God does work miracles! But He won’t work them if we don’t ask for them. We can do so through the intercession of saints, who desire what is good for us.
Ask for miracles! Ask and then be content with the answer.