John's Paul II's Doctor: I don't know how he survived the shooting
By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
4/23/2014 (3 years ago)
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The doctor to Bl. Pope John Paul II has explained that he doesn't know how the assassin's bullet intended to kill him did not do so. He also talked about the Holy Father in his last days, as he worked amid failing health.
Pope John Paul II miraculously recovered from assassination attempt. After his recovery, he forgave his would-be killer, visiting him in prison.
"I don't know how he survived the shooting," Dr. Rodolfo Proietti told the media. He also explained that doctors also learned a lesson about willpower and intervention, and that Bl. Pope John Paul worked hard, "even after he no longer had a voice."
Watch the video and conclude for yourself. Was the Virgin Mary, long credited by the Holy Father for her intervention, responsible for the Holy Father's survival? how else but by miraculous intervention can we explain the spectacular survival, healing and endurance of Bl. Pope John Paul II?
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