Despite being vaccinated and taking other precautions, 46 out of 294 people on a Lourdes pilgrimage contracted COVID, but no one was hospitalized for the virus, or had regrets, and organizers are weighing the lessons learned.
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“I am very happy to be able to suffer a little now when I am young because these are the finest years to offer up something to the Lord,” Nicola d'Onofrio wrote.
In 1920, in the face of the Soviet Union’s aggression, Catholic Poland stood alone. How does Poland’s resistance serve as a cause for hope today? The Register’s UK Correspondent, KV Turley, tells the story of the “‘Miracle of Vistula’: When Our Lady Saved the World From Communism.” And then, there’s the recent Catholic wedding of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the Westminster Cathedral. Some Catholics have questions how such a marriage can be valid. We are joined by Father Pius Pietrzyk for an explainer on Catholic marriage and Church law.
The pope was speaking in the San Damaso Courtyard of the Apostolic Palace in his first Wednesday audience with the public since Oct. 28 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In 2018, on the 160th anniversary of the apparition, Sister Bernadette’s healing was declared the 70th official miracle effected at Lourdes.
Elise Hood said that she was “overcome” with peace while praying at Archbishop Sheen’s tomb for her baby, asking for him to intercede for a second miracle.
“Those who wear the Scapular are brought into the land of Carmel,” said Pope St. John Paul II, “so that they may ‘eat its fruits and its good things.’”