Do you believe in miracles in this day and age? I'm sure.
Some stories of Saint Charbel. He was mananitam Maronite from Lebanon. He was born on May 8, 1859 and died December 24, 1898 After the death of Charbel with his grave became a shining light that attracts the local villagers began to happen miracles of healing. Four months after the death, his body was exhumed and found awkward and floats in water. His body remained intact, sweated blood and fluid to the day of his beatification, December 5, 1965 Miracles occur through the intercession of St Charbel and to this day. In fact, if you were to Google "Miracles of Saint Charbel," you would have found more than 300 miracles attributed to him.
Sister Maria Abdel Mosquitoes, only one of the wonders of Saint Charbel.
More recently, in 1992, some of the "miracles" Charbelya reached the Western press. Swedish newspapers and the British daily The Guardian published the story of 15-year-old Samir Hanoch, who reported that she had seen Charbel in her home near Stockholm. Since that time, oil flowed from the portrait Charbel and was associated with a number of recovery. His final resting place, and the shrine is located in Lebanon.
Now let's advance to the Catholic Mission of Saint Charbel Maronite in Las Vegas, Nevada. A few weeks ago, the status of Saint Charbel, after the Liturgy, which was conducted by two Spanish priests, few people noticed that the statue began to bleed "oil" of the head, chest and down in the palm of your hand.
Personally, I had the opportunity to visit the mission a few weeks ago and witnessed that in fact, this status was indeed a "bloody oil." Indeed, fine, but inexplicable from the & # 39; waking. This is not a hoax, but a reality, and this is evidenced by the hundreds who have spoken before the statue of their prayers.
Knights of Columbus protect its status around the clock 24 hours a day, as the statue visited more and more people, and certainly someone had to protect it from theft and vandelizmu. Since then, the status was transferred to the parish hall and a closed glass housing of the plexus complexes for the safety and security of the public.
For those who want to visit status, refer to the Catholic Church of St. Charbel Maronite at 10325 Road Rancho Destino, Las Vegas, Nevada, and look and form your own opinion about this miracle.