VATICAN CITY — The consulting theologians of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints have approved a miracle attributed to the intercession of Venerable Pope Paul VI, moving him one more step closer toward canonized sainthood.
Vatican Insider's Andrea Tornielli reported Feb. 21 that, earlier that week, the congregation’s theological experts had unanimously recognized the healing of an unborn child through the intercession of the late pope.
In the mid-1990s in California, the then-unborn child was found to have a serious problem with a high risk of brain damage. Physicians advised that the child be aborted, but the mother entrusted her pregnancy to Paul VI.
The child was born without...READ MORE