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De beproevingen: Vanaf 1854 beleven Bernadette en haar familie een verschrikkelijke afgang.

De beproevingen: Vanaf 1854 beleven Bernadette en haar familie een verschrikkelijke afgang.

St. Archelais, St. Thecla and St. Susanna were Christian virgins of the Romagna region of Italy. During the persecution by Diocletian in the third century, these holy virgins dressed themselves in men’s clothing, cut their hair and went to the Italian province of Campagna. They were gruesomely ...

St. Archelais, St. Thecla and St. Susanna were Christian virgins of the Romagna region of Italy. During the persecution by Diocletian in the third century, these holy virgins dressed themselves in men’s clothing, cut their hair and went to the Italian province of Campagna. They were gruesomely ...

Saint Catherine of Siena - Suffered a stroke; lost use of parts of her body ( paralyze ).

Saint Catherine of Siena - Suffered a stroke; lost use of parts of her body ( paralyze ).

Saint Bernadette Soubirous. At 14, she witnessed eighteen apparitions of Our Blessed Lady at Lourdes, from February 11, 1858 to July 16th of the same year.

Saint Bernadette Soubirous. At 14, she witnessed eighteen apparitions of Our Blessed Lady at Lourdes, from February 11, 1858 to July 16th of the same year.

The Feast of the Visitation recalls to us the visit of the Blessed Virgin Mary to her cousin Elizabeth shortly after the Annunciation

The Feast of the Visitation recalls to us the visit of the Blessed Virgin Mary to her cousin Elizabeth shortly after the Annunciation

St. Joanna was the wife of Chuza, steward of King Herod Antipas, tetrarch of Galilee. She was one of the women who helped provide for Jesus and the Apostles and was one of the three women who discovered the empty tomb of Jesus on the first Easter morning.

St. Joanna was the wife of Chuza, steward of King Herod Antipas, tetrarch of Galilee. She was one of the women who helped provide for Jesus and the Apostles and was one of the three women who discovered the empty tomb of Jesus on the first Easter morning.

Acts 19:11-12 - So remarkable were the miracles worked by God at Paul's hands  12. that handkerchiefs or aprons which had touched him were taken to the sick, and they were cured of their illnesses, and the evil spirits came out of them.

Acts 19:11-12 - So remarkable were the miracles worked by God at Paul's hands 12. that handkerchiefs or aprons which had touched him were taken to the sick, and they were cured of their illnesses, and the evil spirits came out of them.

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