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Join host John Carpenter and Donald Hartley as they explore the account from Pompeii, Italy in which the Virgin Mary appeared and had an inspiring impact upon the people.
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Deepertruth wants to encourage you all who can to attend anyone of these Marian Conferences when they come into your area. After Dr. Thompson's talk, within minuets everything on his table was gone. He makes no real profit off these... more

On the Island of Tumaco, the Catholic Priest, Father Gerardo Larrondo, found himself right in the path of this massive tidal wave. It was January 31, 1906 at 10:00 A.M. when the earthquake lasted nearly ten minutes. Inspired by the... more

In this village of Picheloup, from June 23, 1859 to December 1861, four children allegedly had apparitions and received messages. Miracle Hunter

John writes, ?I write these things to you so that you may know that you have eternal life, you who believe in the name of the Son of God?. Taken on face value, that might be a strong argument. What they do not tell you is that St. John... more

To be a prophet, it is not a matter of competing to be the best witness or follower of Jesus (1 Corinthians 3:5-9), but it is a team effort that brings us together by the power of the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 12:1-31). Now there are over 40,000 plus... more

In 1273 in the town of Lanciano, a woman named Richiarella went to a witch and asked her how she could recover the affection of her husband, Giacomo Stasio. Following the witch's advice, she went to Communion to obtain a consecrated... more

From (www.catholic.org) On Wednesday, December 8, which is the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, the Most Reverend David Rickin, Bishop of the Diocese of Green Bay, decreed with "moral certainty" that the events,... more

It's interesting that the Lord used a serpent on a pole for a means of healing. This foreshadows the crucifixion of Jesus. Jesus on the cross became sin so that through his death we might find healing. Jesus states, "When you lift up the Son... more

The Eucharistic miracle of Bolsena, depicted by Raphael in a well-known fresco in the Vatican Palace, took place in 1263. A German priest, Peter of Prague, stopped at Bolsena while on a pilgrimage to Rome. He was pious, but he found... more

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