Miracles R Us: Supernatural Miracles in the Catholic Church

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Author: Mulgrew, Fr Frankie Year: 2016
Publisher: St Pauls Distribution UK Pages: 296
Binding: Paperback
Dimension: 13.5 x 21.5

Do miracles really happen? Are there miracles in the 21st century just as there were during the life of Jesus?

In MIRACLES R US we discover how God works supernatural miracles in our day and age. Filled with real-life stories of spiritual and physical miracles from well-known priests, Religious and Catholic speakers we discover that life-changing miracles of the soul and physical healings beyond current medical explanation happen, all through the seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church: baptism, confession, Eucharist, confirmation, marriage, holy orders and anointing of the sick. This book proves that God’s love and power to transform hearts and lives is as real today as it was in the time of Jesus.

'Confession changed my life.' – John Pridmore

'The Eucharist… has a transforming effect as long as we open our hearts.' – Jean Vanier

'Anointing of the sick… I have witnessed the power of Jesus to heal every kind of sickness including depression,
addictions… that even modern medicine could not reach.' – Fr Kevin Scallon

Edited and compiled by Fr Frankie Mulgrew, with contributions from:

Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Jean Vanier, Cardinal Luis Tagle, John Pridmore, Leah Darrow, Fr Raniero Cantalamessa, Sr Briege McKenna, Jason and Crystalina Evert, Chris Stefanick, David Wells, Fr Timothy Radcliffe, Fr Leo E. Patalinghug, Jeff Cavins, Dr Ralph Martin, Sr Helena Burns, Fr Kevin Scallon, Chris Padgett, Michelle Moran, Paul J. Kim, David Payne, Charles Whitehead, Emily Cavins, Meg Hunter-Kilmer, Sr Catherine Holum, Michael Dopp, Jenny Baker, Ros Powell, Fr Conrad Osterhout, Kristina Cooper, Fr Lee Marshall, Hannah Hayward, Rev. Samuel Burke, Christina Lynas, Fr Joseph Evans, Marianne and Matthew Barnes, Carolyne D’cruze.

All authorship profits from MIRACLES R US will go to support Mary’s Meals, who provide vital meals to some of the world’s poorest children every day they attend school, in areas where hunger and poverty prevent children from gaining an education.