Some articles on miraculous:
... Miraculous births are a common element in historical literature and religious texts ... Stories of miracle births often include miraculous conceptions and features such as intervention by a deity, supernatural elements, astronomical signs, hardship or in the case of some mythologies ...
... The miraculous catch of fish is either of two miracles attributed to Jesus in the early Christian canonical literature known as the Gospels ... Either is thus sometimes called a "miraculous draught of fish" ...
... The Miraculous image of Our Lady enshrined in the main altar was carved by a certain Donding Ople in 1950 ... Due to the miraculous attributes in devotion to the Immaculate Conception ... to be very effective and was then reported to miraculous, so to enrich the faith of the Malolenos, a set of stairs was attached to the altar, that the people may go and touch ...
... A study of beliefs about miraculous healing among the more religiously committed has indicated that there are significant differences in belief about miraculous healing ... Belief about miraculous healing was seen as a subset of belief about health and well-being in general ... Older people had less belief in miraculous healing or the sovereignty of God over illness, while those with experience of higher education had more inclusive beliefs ...
... This was recognized as a miraculous preservation by the Jesuit priest Miklós Horváth, who developed Andocs into a place of pilgrimage between 1665 and 1681 ... In the 17th century already several miraculous incidents involving the "Mary of Andocs" were recorded to this day, the statue is dressed every second Friday of the month ... This was another miraculous phenomenon and the chapel became the sanctuary of the current church, which was extended with a Baroque nave and consecrated in 1747, the occasion of Countess Széchenyi's ...
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Famous quotes containing the word miraculous:
“Dont they know that God gave them
their miraculous sickness
like a shield, like armor
and if their eyes are in the wrong
part of their heads, they shouldnt complain?
What are they doing seeing their doctors
when the worlds up for grabs.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“The light by which we see in this world comes out from the soul of the observer. Wherever any noble sentiment dwelt, it made the faces and houses around to shine. Nay, the powers of this busy brain are miraculous and illimitable.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“To lose sensibility, to see what one sees,
As if sight had not its own miraculous thrift,
To hear only what one hears, one meaning alone,
As if the paradise of meaning ceased
To be paradise, it is this to be destitute.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)