Wednesday, August 8, 2007

FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1962:

Doctor Puncernau at the Pines with Mari-Loli, Mari-Cruz and his daughter.

TOWARDS THE "MILAGRUCU" ["Little Miracle"]

The ecclesial dimension of the Eucharist clarifies the relationship that exists, on this 29th of June, between the Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul and a voice revealing the date of the "Milagrucu" to Conchita. It was to happen on the following July 18, would consist in a Communion, this time given by the Angel to the visionary, the Host being visible to all the witnesses.

First visit of the great Catalonian neurologist, Dr. Ricardo Puncernau, to the village. As a scientist, a first-class witness, he played a fundamental role in Garabandal. He sought to understand the phenomena unfolding there, from every point of view. He died on September 18, 1984. The Blessed Virgin would reveal to Conchita that the huge amount of work of this physician "would later triumph!"
[From 'Garabandal' Book, page 138]

There's a picture of this "Little Miracle" which I will post for the July 18 entry. Check it out. It's an amazing photo, cause it was taken with a motion picture camera, using a flashlight for illumination.

Like all miracles, it takes an "act of faith" to believe in it. I wasn't there for the Resurrection of Our Lord; but I believe in it! I wasn't there for the Miracle of the spinning sun at Fatima; but I believe in it! I wasn't there for this "little miracle"; but I believe in it! Why, because of the witnesses, who testified of what they saw. The problem with the people of this generation is that if it can't be proven by science, they don't want to believe in the supernatural.

Well, science is great for earthly things, but it won't get you to Heaven. Only Faith and prayer will! Do you believe in Miracles? Yes or no?

Roman Deacon