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The ‘Smiling Pope’ will be beatified Sept. 4 in Rome.
Italian-born Sister Bernardita belonged to the Poor Sisters of Saint Joseph of Buenos Aires.
The miracle attributed to Pope John Paul I’s intercession is the 2011 healing of a girl in the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires, Argentina, from a severe form of encephalopathy, a disease affecting the brain.
Among the victims of a wave of anticlerical violence were 13 bishops, 4,172 diocesan priests and seminarians, 2,364 male religious, and 283 female religious.
Of the group beatified in Cordoba, 79 were priests, 39 were laity, five were seminarians, and four were religious.
The Italian pope interceded for an 11-year-old suffering from brain dysfunction and septic shock amid uncontrollable seizures.
The miracle attributed to John Paul I’s intercession is the 2011 healing of a girl in the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires, Argentina, from a severe form of encephalopathy, a disease affecting the brain.
An apostolic letter from Pope Francis was read aloud in which the Pope declared that Father Fornasini’s feast would be observed locally each year on Oct. 13.
“There are many who want to come and say even just a ‘thank you’ to Carmen for what, directly or indirectly, she has done for their life,” the postulator said.