November 30, 2014

Marie Savoye

Marie Savoye was born in 1877. As a young woman of 24, she was very ill, having suffered from rheumatic fever for the previous four years. One of the complications was heart disease, with all the signs of a mitral valve lesion. She suffered from spitting of blood, a complete loss of apetite and such acute weakness that those with her did not even dare to lower her into the baths at Lourdes, France.

While there, however, she was present for the benedition of the Blessed Sacrament. As it was taking place, all her symptoms were suddenly gone. Even a bed sore on her back disappeared.

This miracle took place on September 20, 1901.



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