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Miracles in Italy: a paralyzed woman can walk again

A 74-year-old paralyzed pensioner can walk again after a real miracle happened in one of the churches in southern Italy.

Michelina Comegna (Michelina Comegna) announces to the whole world about the miracle that happened during the morning mass in the new city of Pompeii. A woman who remained paralyzed for 11 years and lay on the operating table for several years prayed in the local church for the opportunity to walk again. And lo! God heard her prayers, and her cherished desire finally came true.

  

“I received the sacrament and immediately felt an extraordinary influx of energy inside me, it went from my fingertips all over my body. At that moment I especially acutely heard a flower smell, ”the pensioner recalls. “This feeling was so strong that I was even scared. I forgot that I’m in church. I was not left feeling that I was burning at the stake. ”

Priest Giuseppe Adamo confirmed that he saw with his own eyes everything that was happening at that moment in the church. Nevertheless, the holy father was in no hurry to call the elderly woman’s amazing recovery a miracle, noting that he was looking forward to what the doctors would say about this. But the husband of a happy pensioner, Giovanni Passaro, despite everything, remains confident that an unusual incident is nothing more than the intervention of a higher power. “I saw a great miracle ... everything has changed,” he recalls. “She got to her feet and walked quickly along the church passage. I asked her to stop, but she continued to walk, which did not indicate paralysis anymore. ”

A few months ago, another astounding healing took place. At that time, a miracle was experienced by a resident of Sicily, who claims that God himself touched him, after which he could walk again. Biago Conte, who was confined to a wheelchair after a severe back injury, founded the Centro Missione Speranza e Carità at Palermo www.pacepace.org, which has become a haven for many homeless people. The man claims that he was healed during his pilgrimage to Lourdes, France. It is worth noting that Conte was not recommended to travel because of health problems, but he still insisted on a trip.

As Biago recalls, he again felt his legs after visiting the source of holy water.

“I didn’t try to go there, I even let other people in front of me,” he recalls. “But later I still decided to go there. And as soon as the water touched my feet, I felt a strong fever inside me, I was not able to walk, I ran to meet the people calling me. ”Many years ago, as a result of a severe trauma, Conte's vertebrae were fragmented, which seemed to rivet forever him to a wheelchair, and also caused a number of problems with blood circulation. “After I plunged into the holy spring, I don’t need a wheelchair,” Conte rejoices.

In the 90s, even before the man was paralyzed, he often made pilgrimages from Palermo to Assisi. After returning to Sicily in 1991, Biago decided to devote his life to people in need of help. At first he handed out food and clothing to the homeless and poor, and later he managed to persuade the local authorities to give him the old hospital. It was there that Conte organized his own center, which became a haven for the needy.

Watch the video: Paralysed men walk again with spinal implant - BBC News (February 2020).

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