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James Fulton: First Alleged Miracle Toward the Beatification of Venerable Fulton Sheen Comments

One year ago today I delivered my son, a stillborn.   For a moment he was placed in my arms quiet, blue, and limp.  The midwife and her assistant then took him from me and began CPR.  They could not find a pulse.  He did not breathe.  They stopped working on him so they could call time of death.  My little boy, James Fulton, 9lbs and 12oz, had been without a pulse for 61 minutes.  Everyone stopped ... Continue Reading

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  1. robert matzinger
    2 years ago

    What a great uplifting story! And demonstrates the power of prayer and the intecession of a great Catholic, ArchbIshop Sheen! If we just had the faith of the mother here, we could all have miracles of divine healing occur everyday.

  2. Ade
    2 years ago

    Halleluyah!!!!

  3. Doc G
    2 years ago

    I needed that! Thank You, God.

  4. tonythomas
    2 years ago

    It's very easy for the Lord to work miracles and bring the dead to life and health. But it's very difficult for all the powers of heaven to turn a sinner to Godly repentance for belief in the Gospel.

  5. dawn
    2 years ago

    I wept reading this...praise God for this beautiful miracle. I pray little James is one day standing in St. Peter's Square for his patron's canonization.


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