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Lourdes, France

After the Virgin Mary appeared to St. Bernadette in 1858, a miraculous spring was discovered and countless pilgrims have traveled there ever since with the hope of healing. Many who come there are healed, either physically or spiritually.

Banneux, Belgium

The Virgin Mary appeared to Mariette Beco in 1933 and said to her that the spring nearby would bring healing to those who came there. Many pilgrims flock to the shrine and healings from the water have been reported over the years.

Castelpetroso, Italy

In 1888 the Virgin Mary appeared to two women as Our Lady of Sorrows. A spring of water was discovered and miraculous cures immediately began to take place. The spring has been the site of many cures since then.

Emmitsburg, Maryland (USA)

A shrine grotto was first built in 1879 to replicate the grotto at Lourdes. Nearby there is a local tap where you can take "Grotto Water," which is from a local spring. Their website states, "Many believe that it’s cleansing and healthy for the body and soul; others believe it can heal. Although there are no documented miracles, many have reported favors and graces from drinking the Grotto Water."

Golden, Colorado (USA)

When Mother Cabrini was camping in the mountains of Colorado, the sisters of her congregation complained that they were dying of thirst. Cabrini said to them, "Lift that rock over there and start to dig. You will find water fresh enough to drink and clean enough to wash.” The spring has continued to run ever since and many have claimed it has brought healing to them.
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