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Twin brothers welcome newborn sons on the same day

The little boys will share their birthdays together, just like their daddies!

St. Joseph of Cupertino said he was going to Hell but this child knew the truth

He couldn't hide his holiness from the innocence of a child.

This year there was a special 9/11 baby

Baby Christina Brown's birth is one of hope.

When an emperor tried to carry Jesus’ cross with great pomp, this miracle happened

Emperor Heraclius was trying to return the true cross to Jerusalem, but an angel told him he had to do this first.

Why snakes on a Greek island venerate the Virgin Mary on August 15

The friendly snakes appear each year on the Greek island of Kefalonia, always around the Solemnity of the Assumption.

How St. Clare miraculously defeated an entire army

In the face of an invasion, St. Clare took out her secret weapon.

How many miracles does it take to be canonized a saint?

The canonization process can vary depending on the saint and the history behind them.

How do I pray to God for a miracle?

Jesus gave us some very specific instructions.

What is a miracle, according to the Bible?

Miracles are works of God that reveal something particular about his plan for us.

Take a pilgrimage to one of these sites where Eucharistic miracles took place

See the evidence of miraculous events, some of which involved the transformation of bread and wine into actual flesh and blood.

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