Charles Anne was dying.

The 23 year old seminarian suffered advanced pulmonary Tuberculosis in an era before antibiotics were discovered. In fact, Tuberculosis was not curable until 1946 when the antibiotic Streptomycin was invented.

On the night he was convinced he was about to die, he did something very specific that saved his life.

Sister Louise of St. Germain suffered from stomach ulcers from 1913 to 1916. She was abruptly cured when she did the exact same thing Charles Anne did.

Gabrielle Trimusi of Parma, Italy, suffered from a different malady: arthritis of the knee and Tubercular lesions on the vertebrae. She was abruptly healed through the same course of treatment as the two mentioned above…

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Charles Anne was dying. The 23 year old seminarian suffered advanced pulmonary Tuberculosis in an era before antibiotics were discovered. In fact, Tuberculosis was not curable until 1946 when the antibiotic Streptomycin was invented. On the night he was convinced he was about to die, he did something very specific that saved his life.

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By Tom Quiner A miracle may have recently taken place. I will tell you about it in a moment.  But first, I’d like you to ask yourself:  are miracles really possible?  And if they are possible, have they ever really occurred? There are four possibilities as postulated by Dr. Peter Kreeft, professor of philosophy at…

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