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Would-be First Miracle of Pope John Paul II revealed
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.- In a radio interview, Fr. Slowomir Oder, a polish priest, postulator of the cause for Beatification of Pope John Paul II, revealed what would be former pope Woytila’s first miracle.
The extraordinary event would have happened in France in October 2005, revealed Fr. Oder, who is working for the Vicariate of Rome, in an interview to Rai Uno of Italy.

The beneficiary is a French religious, which name was not disclosed by Fr. Oder, but remarked that it had to do with “newly born children suffered the same illness that could be witnessed in the last part of the life of John Paul II,” and has not to do with of the “unexplained healing of a tumor but rather of Parkinson’s disease.”

Fr. Oder created a website in six languages to receive messages and testimonies on the merits of Pope John Paul II and the eventual miracles that happened since his death:

http://www.vicariatusurbis.org/Beatificazione/HomePageen.asp

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