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Ask Fr. Barron: What is a miracle?

01/14/2013 Comments (5)

This week's question for Fr. Barron comes from Dr. Paul Camarata - a neurosurgeon and host of the SaintCast podcast. Having experienced miracles first hand in his own line of work, Dr. Camarata asks the simple, yet profound, question of "what is a miracle?"

Fr. Barron's answer doesn't disappoint and offers one particular insight that made me think about miracles in a whole new way. Love it.

What do you think? Comment below.

View the entirety (so far) of my Ask Fr. Barron series by clicking here.

Filed under ask father barron, catholicism, eucharist, miracles, saints

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Matthew Warner is a lover of God, his wife, his kids, his life, cookies, hot-buttered bread, snoozin' & awkward (as well as not awkward) silence. He is the founder and CEO of Flocknote, the creator of Tweet Catholic, a contributing author to The Church and New Media book, and writer/founder at The Radical Life. Matt has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M and an M.B.A. in Entrepreneurship. He and his family hang their hats in Texas.