March 25, 2018

St. John of the Cross in the Chapel

When a monastery was being built, St. John of the Cross regularly helped to carry bricks, mortar and timber to the workmen. One day he was absent and the workmen went to look for him. They found him in the chapel before the tabernacle. He was in deep prayer. He was also suspended in the air, to the point where his head was touching the ceiling.

Source: Cruz, Caroll, Eucharistic Miracles (Charlotte, North Carolina, Tan Books, 2010) p. 291.


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