Ann Mattingly’s Miracle Cure

...re about live-saving, miraculous cures. Two in particular caught my eye because they were about the same woman, Ann Mattingly, whose story has recently become popular with the release of the book Mrs. Mattingly’s Miracle, by Nancy Schultz. The two pamphlets examine Ann’s extraordinary cure and give evidence that a

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World War One Army Chaplains

...[9]     After the war Wolfe returned to St. Patrick’s Parish in Philadelphia as well as served as National Chaplain of the American Legion. Father Wolfe also holds the destination for being that first American priest to preach a sermon at the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris for

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Centenarian Priest Speaks of Bells and Prayer – Oral History Interview

...ised his hand, another bell? And I said I would like to do that.” Msgr. Monahan was quoted in an April 14, 2015 article in The Philadelphia Inquirer as saying "I'm totally inactive, except for my prayers." He mentioned in a 2007 taped interview that learning to improve prayer life

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Misericordia Hospital

...on of the hospital that they was so influential in building, having passed away in July of 1916 and February of 1918 respectively. [8] Misericordia had a quiet two days after opening before the first patient, a Ms. Bridget Murry, was admitted into the hospital. [9] Since that day the

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