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Miracle in Missouri: Mysterious Priest Appears at Accident Scene, Prays for Healing and Disappears Comments

That's when a priest appeared out of nowhere."He came up and approached the patient, and offered a prayer. It was a Catholic priest who had anointing oil with him. A sense of calmness came over her, and it did us as well. I can't be for certain how it was said, but myself and another firefighter, we very plainly heard that we should remain calm, that our tools would now work and that we would get her out of that vehicle.Where did this guy ... Continue Reading

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  1. shohanali
    1 year ago

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  2. janet dubac
    1 year ago

    Miracles happen everyday. There are those who do simple acts like sharing their food with the hungry or giving clothes to those who have been struck by calamities. There are angels everywhere who lives a life lead by Jesus. As for the miraculous and mysterious priest, may God forever bless you and guide you throughout priesthood. If it was an angel then God sends a message that He is always watching over us, helping us in our every need.

  3. patrick
    1 year ago

    This miracle is of many that have gone unnoticed. God helped people in different ways but so many do not beleive in these or some of these miracles. God has always used His people especially as piont of contact. Than you for your mercies Lord!!!

  4. Lairuka Jackson Sindani
    1 year ago

    I strongly believe that Jesus still does miracles in our lives today. Jesus Christ tells us in His word that If we believe in him we will be able to do more than He did. In the book of acts peter healed a lame man by telling him, 'In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth I order you to get up and walk. Surely the lame man got up and was able to walk. Jesus is ever present and so are His works. All you need is obey His commandments, have faith in God and do his will.

  5. naty
    1 year ago

    miracles do happen absolutely in our lives. The air we breath is already a miracle. God is forgiving but we have to please Him, worship Him alone and give respect to His mother Mary. Its my prayer that Katie will recover and restored by the help of the Almighty if its is His will, amen

  6. Josh
    1 year ago

    Or maybe it was the new tools? If the priest's words had made the metal of the car split apart in a burst of light, this would at least be interesting. As for the words the firefighters heard, perhaps one of the bystanders said the tools would now work? And no kidding nobody could find the priest after they got her out--it takes a long time to use the jaws of life, he had plenty to drive off. Praise be to the firefighters. Praise be to the doctors. Praise be to the inventors of the jaws of life, and the folks who brought the replacements. Why do people insist on minimizing the amazing, real efforts of real people by attributing great achievements to a man in the clouds?

  7. Irma
    1 year ago

    God knows who he sends to us in our time of need, praise God thank you Jesus.

  8. rajsarungbam
    1 year ago

    May by her true and pure faith in God, bless her, heal her soon with graces from our Lord Jesus, and through the intercession of our Mother Mary.. Amen

  9. Elaine Stevens
    1 year ago

  10. Tom McGuire
    1 year ago

    Working among urban poor, I saw and heard about many miracles. People, who cannot rely on material wealth to fall back on in times of great need, experience miracles often. When Francis, Bishop of Rome, calls for a "poor church for the poor". To me that means, faithful people rely on the mercy of God, expect and experience God's love, even when they do not hear the voice of God in their darkest hours.

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