I’m 73 now and looking back I see serendipity happening all the time. Sometimes the smallest action or decision led.
There is the expression, “all that glitters isn’t gold.” Is all that glitters real, and if so — good? We.
Catholics have had countless cases whereby objects, particularly pictures and statues, but also various religious articles, have exuded a mysterious.
Let’s place a few items up for discernment. First, visuals. Is there really a miraculous “shroud” impression of Saint Padre Pio?.
Are there truly strange exudations? Does God use “natural” phenomena in a way that is “supernatural”? We once heard from.
“This picture was taken at the University of Notre Dame on November 1, 2017 and shows a lighted image which.
From the Catholic Herald: A French bishop declared Sunday that the recovery a long-debilitated nun made after she visited the.
For your discernment: Scientific Study Claimed To Yield No Clue As To Composition Of Mysterious ‘Glitter’ [In many parts of.
From Modern Ghana: A mysterious granite stone with a design of a Cross and three lines of ropes has been.
It was confirmed to us by the parish that a statue in Pennsylvania is exhibiting the alleged phenomenon of “escarchas,”.
From the Mail: Interesting it is how anything mystical — recently mystical — is absent across Catholicism. We tend to.
We have seen religious images formed on tree trunks, clouds and even on foods. But what about on a water fountain? Attached.
From the mailbag: Please refer to your article mentioned below: I have printed this picture on a canvas and it.
Can spirits of the deceased leave images of themselves? To be sure, we’ve seen countless stories that seem to instantiate.
From the Pulse: All roads are now leading to the convention ground of Holy Ghost Fire Apostolic Church, Ogunse Estate,.
Okay, so there are oddities. But this one might be more than just something odd. Weeks ago, a lad in.
In the news recently (6/24/17), this, from Honduras: “Housewife Iris Suyapa Caceres Castellanos said she was sitting down for dinner.
By Michael H. Brown Adoring God brings a terrific force. He illuminates with shafts of light. We are brilliant, and.
From the mail, we take a look, on occasion, at little signs. A sign is by definition any object, event,.
It’s curious: how most Catholic news outlets tend to hold the supernatural at arm’s length (we live in standardized times).
“I just finished photographing the Divine Mercy procession at Our Lady of Peace Shrine in Santa Clara, California, last Sunday,.
We enjoy hearing from our viewers — twenty years now — and constantly are elevated by the way God operates.
From YouTube (for discernment only): From the mail: “Have you heard of the recent apparitions at Kiwamirembe in Uganda? A.