VATICAN CITY (EWTN News) — Maria Esposito has come to Rome to tell the Church and the world about the man she believes saved her life from deadly cancer: Pope Pius XII.
“I’m convinced of this. I’m convinced that my healing was a grace, thanks to Pope Pius XII and his intercession. I was listened to. All of us who prayed were heard — so many of us,” the 42-year-old teacher told EWTN News.
The couple traveled to Rome from their home in Castellammare di Stabia, a coastal town near Naples in southern Italy, to publicly support the creation of a museum dedicated to the wartime Pope, an idea that is backed by the mayor of Rome.
Pope Pius XII occupied the papacy from 1939 until his death in...READ MORE