Jesus Miraculously 'Appearing to Muslims' All Over Middle East, Says Christian Apologist
Biblical wonders are not a thing of the past, according to apologist Jeremiah Johnston, who says Christ is miraculously appearing to Muslims in the Middle East.
Photographing The Real Bodies Of Incorrupt Saints.
The Italian nun grimaced at my camera, reviewing the photo that she had just snapped of me. We had to take another, she explained. The shriveled corpse to my left was beautiful. My face had room for i...
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Angels
Catholic Nine Orders of Angels: Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones, Dominions, Virtues, Powers, Principalities, Archangels and Angels.
Angels
An angel is a supernatural being or spirit found in various religions and mythologies. In Zoroastrianism and Abrahamic religions they are often depicted as benevolent celestial beings who act as inter...
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Marian apparition
A Marian apparition is a supernatural appearance by the Blessed Virgin Mary. The figure is often named after the town where it is reported, or on the sobriquet given to Mary on the occasion of the app...
Marian apparition - Wikipedia
Weeping statue
A weeping statue is a statue which has been claimed to be shedding tears or weeping by supernatural means. Statues weeping tears of a substance which appears to be human blood, oil, and scented liqui...
Photographing The Real Bodies Of Incorrupt Saints.
The Italian nun grimaced at my camera, reviewing the photo that she had just snapped of me. We had to take another, she explained. The shriveled corpse to my left was beautiful. My face had room for i...
Girdle
A girdle is an undergarment made of elasticized fabric and worn mainly by women. It is a form-fitting foundation garment that encircles the lower torso, perhaps extending below the hips, and worn ofte...
Girdle - Wikipedia
Healing the two blind men in Galilee
Jesus healing two blind men is one of the miracles of Jesus in the Gospels. It appears in Matthew 9:27-31, immediately following the account of the Daughter of Jairus miracle. It only appears in the G...
Healing the two blind men in Galilee - Wikipedia
Ginés de la Jara
Saint Ginés de la Jara (also known as Ginés de la Xara, Ginés el Franco, Genesius Sciarensis) is a semi-legendary saint of Spain. He is associated with the region surrounding Cartagena, of which he i...
Ginés de la Jara - Wikipedia
Crucifixion darkness and eclipse
The Crucifixion darkness is an episode in three of the Canonical Gospels in which the sky becomes dark in daytime during the crucifixion of Jesus. Ancient and medieval Christian writers treated this a...
Crucifixion darkness and eclipse - Wikipedia
Stigmata
Stigmata (singular stigma) is a term used by members of the Christian faith to describe body marks, sores, or sensations of pain in locations corresponding to the crucifixion wounds of Jesus Christ, s...
Stigmata - Wikipedia
Rosier
Rosier, according to A Dictionary Of Angels by Gustav Davidson, is "a former lesser-rank angel of the order of dominations, now officiating in Hell", the cited source being Sebastien Michaelis' Admira...
Raguel (angel)
Raguel Raguil, Rasuil, Rufael, Raquel, Reuel, Akrasiel is one of the seven archangels mainly of the Judaic traditions. His name's meaning is considered to be "Friend of God".Raguel is referred to as t...
Islamic view of angels
Angels (Arabic: ملائكة‎ malāʾikah; singular: ملاك or مَلَكْ malāk) are heavenly beings mentioned many times in the Quran and hadith. Unlike humans or jinn, they have no free will and theref...
Islamic view of angels - Wikipedia
Domninus of Fidenza
Saint Domninus of Fidenza (Italian: San Donnino di Fidenza) is an Italian Catholic saint. According to tradition, he died in 304 AD and was a native of Parma. The cathedral at Fidenza (a town on...
Domninus of Fidenza - Wikipedia
Feast of the Transfiguration
The Feast of the Transfiguration of Jesus is celebrated by various Christian denominations. The origins of the feast are less than certain and may have derived from the dedication of three basilicas o...
Feast of the Transfiguration - Wikipedia