The Nun Cured of the Incurable by Blessed Pope John XXIII



An astonishing story of a nun cured of the incurable by Blessed Pope John XXIII. I'd never heard of this one before. Really quite stunning. Read more about it over at the Papa Stronsay Blog of the Sons of the Most Holy Redeemer...

'In 1962 a young novice, Sister Caterina started having problems with her health several months after having been clothed in the habit. She was 18 years of age. She began to feel a constant intercostal pain between her stomach and heart. Until that time her health had been very good, so she ignored the pain. She thought perhaps she had knocked against a piece of furniture or something. The pain continued for a couple of months, and one night she had a hemorrage that frightened her. She was in her room. She felt like vomiting, ran to the sink and found her mouth full of very red blood. Since they had taught her during nursing school that very red blood came from the chest area, she thought she had contracted consumption; with a sickness like that, her life in the convent was finished.'

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It's incredible, but then, every Miracle is, I guess...

Comments

shadowlands said…
I believe in miracles!