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He Woke Up In the Dark of Night - A Miracle?

Nolan Ostrowski, 52, a construction worker, father of three, was admitted to Lansing's Sparrow Hospital, Michigan, on July 25 after his Covid …
Ultraviolet
"Next day, his wife Kathleen showed him Casey's picture." Because she just happened to have a photo of Fr Casey handy. Sure. That's what everybody brings on a hospital visit, amrite? :P Even if his wife thought to check The Church's list of feast days for July 31th (when the second apparaition appeared), she'd have tons of other choices for intercession. Why credit Fr. Casey when it could …More
"Next day, his wife Kathleen showed him Casey's picture." Because she just happened to have a photo of Fr Casey handy. Sure. That's what everybody brings on a hospital visit, amrite? :P Even if his wife thought to check The Church's list of feast days for July 31th (when the second apparaition appeared), she'd have tons of other choices for intercession. Why credit Fr. Casey when it could have been... St. Calimerlus, St. Democritus, St. Emmanuel Phung, St. Fabius, St. Firmus of Tagaste, St. Helen of Skovde, St. Helen of Skovde, St. Ignatius Loyola, St. Justin de Jacobis, Martyrs of Syria, St. Neot, St. Peter Quy?

"He was placed on a ventilator and into an artificial coma..."

...because that's how genuine miracles work, right? The saint intercedes and then you get worse. :P
aderito
God bless him
Jan Joseph
Ja wonderen bestaan echt, dat zien we ook aan de enorme groei van Tridentijnse seminaristen.
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Is this kind of N.D.E ?
Jungerheld
Very interesting. It reminds me of the blind man in John 9. This gentleman may grow in understanding of what God has done for him. He says he believes he was saved for the sake of his children. But it wasn't until he said he would no longer take the Lord's name in vain that the saint lept into action. How casually people take the Lord's name in vain today.
Starlight777
so very true about how often people blaspheme His name...it makes me feel sad.