Cardinals and bishops from the Vatican’s Congregation for the Causes of Saints had convened Jan. 11 and “examined and approved the miracle attributed to the intercession of John Paul II.”
The case involves the healing of a French religious sister from Parkinson’s disease. Doctors had diagnosed Sister Marie Simon-Pierre with the condition in 2001. Her fellow sisters had prayed for the late Pope’s intercession, however it was not until Sister Simon-Pierre wrote the pontiff’s name on a paper one night in June 2005 that the miracle occurred.
She was cured by the next morning and immediately took up her work as a nurse in a maternity ward.
I love the fact that miracles aren't just something out of history but are real and can happen today!
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