Background image: First class Relic (strand of hair) of St. Bernadette of Lourdes. Inscribed on the inside of the relic are the words ‘Marie Bernard’, indicating that her convent name was used at the time of her canonisation.
This Relic is now in the possession of Morgan Sharpe, who has travelled the country for the last 15 years talking about the life of St. Bernadette, and allowing people to bless themselves with the relic. If you are interested in contacting Morgan, please do so at: Mobile: 353-87-947-2501 E-Mail: email@example.com
Quote from the YouTube channel: “This amazing Lourdes Miracle video details the miraculous healing story of Sr Mary McGuire, a Catholic sister and highlights her devotion to Our Lady of Lourdes. When Sr Mary was diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis, she immediately felt a prompting to make a pilgrimage to the Lourdes shrine in France and believed that Our Lady of Lourdes would obtain a cure for her. She kept this desire a secrete for 2 years before sharing with Fr Lucien Larre.
Bill Whitaker reports on the unexplained healings that have occurred at the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes in the south of France, and the team of world-renowned doctors and researchers who investigate the claims of cures.
Morgan Sharpe recounts the series of incidents that took place at Lourdes in 1858, which led to ‘Our Lady’ of Lourdes becoming one of the most visited pilgrim sites in the world. The site has been the source of countless reported miraculous cures, 70 of which have been documented by medical science. This radio presentation is courtesy of Radio Maria Ireland.
Source: travelfilmarchive via YouTube A look at Lourdes in 1937. This segment starts at 6:28 mins. into the video. To view the whole video please click on the link above.
From ‘travelfilmarchive’ on YouTube: A journey through the mountains of southwestern France, and a pilgrimage to the holiest shrine of the Roman Catholic faith. Transferred from original 35mm nitrate print. Footage from this film is available for licensing from http://www.globalimageworks.com