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This priest was saved from a bullet by wearing his Brown Scapular

A man shot the priest while celebrating Mass, but something happened that astonished everyone there.

This saint could rival Spider-Man

Many miraculous events are connected to St. Felix, patron saint of spiders.

Miracles of healing continue to happen at this Marian shrine in Wisconsin

The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help has been the site of miraculous cures that have astonished pilgrims.

St. Teresa of Avila’s heart was physically pierced by an arrow of God’s love

After exhuming her body, they discovered a puncture wound in her heart.

This Eucharistic miracle continues to draw pilgrims 770 years later

The miracle in Santarem, Portugal, has captivated pilgrims since 1247.

Was this bilocating priest caught on camera at Padre Pio’s funeral?

The mysterious bilocation of Italian priest Fr. Domenico da Cese may have been recorded on video.

This Eucharistic host was filmed bleeding and pulsating like a heart on fire

A pilgrim from New Jersey caught on film a Eucharistic miracle that occurred in Venezuela.

Here’s why St. Anthony is invoked to find lost things

St. Anthony of Padua lost a precious book that he feared would never be found again.

When an anti-Christian man stabbed the Blessed Sacrament in Paris, he was shocked at what happened

The man hated the Catholic Church and tried to desecrate the Eucharist through every means possible.

Faith in the Sacred Heart saved this Caribbean village from destruction

Parishioners flocked to the local church and were miraculously spared from a volcanic eruption.

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