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“ Famously known as Mother Teresa, St. Teresa of Calcutta in her many years of worldwide missionary work with the poor was often seen with a Miraculous Medal in her hands.
It didn’t matter who you were – young, old, dying, or healthy, if you came into contact with Mother Teresa, there is a chance you received a medal. ”
“ Rio de Janeiro, August 2016. Usain Bolt’s name is announced for the 100-meter Olympic finals. He smiles, brushes off his shoulders and points at the camera. He could not appear more relaxed.
He stretches his feet back onto the starting blocks and spreads his hands on the track. Head down, a Miraculous Medal hangs from his neck. Feet set on the blocks, he shifts onto his knees and looks toward the finish line. ”
“ It is a great project that i'm happy I got to play a part in! I always liked how the piano piece ended with a moment of tension which erupts into the thunder and rain shortly after, to be followed by the calm prayer at the end! ”
“ My mam always has the holy water at home, and she stitches miraculous medals into the back of our shorts. I had a medal on in September on that day when we won the All-Ireland. It's amazing the amount of people in Galway you'd meet on the street who would give you a miraculous medal out of the blue. If you didn't put it on and you lost, you'd be wondering, 'Was that the reason?'. I'd be a little bit superstitious. ”
As testimonies to the generosity of God's love in answer to prayers offered through our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, the Association receives thousands of letters. In that spirit of gratitude to God, the Association publishes edited sections of some letters.
“I received my Miraculous Medal in November of last year. Being a convert, I didn’t know much about the story. I put the medal on and began to pray to our Blessed Mother for my husband. He had just gone into the hospital for heart surgery. He had a very hard time after a quadruple bypass and a second surgery for the implant of a defibrillator. He then had a small stroke and was in very bad shape. He was moved to an acute care rehab hospital with long term care and then to a nursing home. After 12 weeks, I was finally able to bring him home. During that time, I never took off my Miraculous Medal. My husband has made a miraculous recovery—physically and mentally—with just a few minor issues still remaining. Several doctors say that he is a miracle, but I know that it was Mary’s intercession which helped him. Thank you so much for sending the Miraculous Medal to me. I plan to wear it all the time."
"I want to thank our Blessed Mother for interceding for my oldest daughter who found employment, and for my younger daughter who received a three year work permit in Canada. I am confident it was through our Lady’s intercession that these gifts were given to my daughters. My daughters and I are very grateful to our Mother Mary. I will never forget how she helped us."
"I always wear my Miraculous Medal. I pinned one to the visor in my husband’s truck because he still works full time and tries to duck hunt full time as well. In November of last year, he fell asleep at the wheel after duck hunting and didn’t wake up until his truck hit the guard rail. The truck went airborne and was stopped by the rock bluffs along the river road. The truck was totaled, but he didn’t have a scratch on him. I truly believe the Miraculous Medal is just that—miraculous! I’ve given away hundreds of medals as a way of saying thanks to our Blessed Mother for her intercession. My husband’s friends who hear his story are now asking for a Miraculous Medal of their own. Thanks be to God and his Blessed Mother."
"My son and daughter-in-law tried for years to have a baby. They went to many experts. One day I gave my daughter-in-law a Miraculous Medal. She gave it to a friend who was also having difficulty getting pregnant. My son and daughter-in-law both knew of my love for our Blessed Mother and that I was praying for her intercession for them. Several months later, my daughter-in-law learned she was pregnant. Her doctor was shocked. He couldn’t believe it. Early this morning, my little granddaughter came into the world. We call her “our little miracle.” Thank you, Mother Mary."
"I prayed to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal for quite some time that I would be able to stop drinking. It happened suddenly in January, 2009. Following this, I was plagued with severe bouts of depression and anxiety. After much prayer and contemplative thoughts of suicide, Mary and her Son Jesus healed me completely of suffering a lifetime of depression. It has been almost four years now and I am overjoyed with Mary’s intercession on my behalf. Praise be to God and to our wonderful Mother."
"In March 2013, I was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer. At 51 years of age, my world came crashing down. The cancer affected all areas of my life—physical, emotional, and financial. I wasn’t even a smoker. I had to have four years of chemotherapy. Throughout my cancer journey, I prayed to our Blessed Mother for healing intercession through her Son Jesus. I have been in remission for three years. My oncologist calls me his miracle girl. I wear my Miraculous Medal daily, and pray the rosary. When I become anxious or frightened, I pray to our Lady and she helps to calm me.”
“ In the fall of 1948, the year after my ordination, I was in what we call the Tertianship. This is a third year of Novitiate before taking final vows.
In October of that year, a Vincentian priest came to speak to us young Jesuit priests. He encouraged us to obtain faculties, as they are called, to enroll people in the Confraternity of the Miraculous Medal. Among other things, he said, "Fathers, the Miraculous Medal works. Miracles have been performed by Our Lady through the Miraculous Medal."
I was not impressed by what the Vincentian priest was telling. I was not the medal-wearing kind of person and I certainly did not have a Miraculous Medal. But I thought to myself, "It does not cost anything." So I put my name down to get a four page leaflet from the Vincentians, with the then-Latin formula for blessing Miraculous Medals and enrolling people in the Confraternity of the Miraculous Medal. About two weeks later, I got the leaflet for blessing and enrollment, put it into my office book and forgot about it.
In February of the next year, I was sent to assist the chaplain of St. Alexis Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. I was to be there helping the regular chaplain for two weeks.
Each morning I received a list of all the patients admitted into the hospital that day. There were so many Catholics admitted that I could not visit them all as soon as they came.
Among the patients admitted was a boy about nine years old. He had been sled-riding down hill, lost control of the sled and ran into a tree head-on. He fractured his skull and X-rays showed he had suffered severe brain damage.
When I finally got to visit his room at the hospital, he had been in a coma for ten days, no speech, no voluntary movements of the body. His condition was such that the only question was whether he would live. There was no question of recovering from what was diagnosed as permanent and inoperble brain damage.
After blessing the boy and consoling his parents, I was about to leave his hospital room. But then a thought came to me. "That Vincentian priest. He said, 'The Miraculous Medal works.' Now this will be a test of its alleged miraculous powers!"
I didn't have a Miraculous Medal of my own. And everyone I asked at the hospital also did not have one. But I persisted, and finally one of the nursing sisters on night duty found a Miraculous Medal.
What I found out was that you don't just bless the medal, you have to put it around a person's neck on a chain or ribbon. So the sister-nurse found a blue ribbon for the medal, which made me feel silly. What was I doing with medals and blue ribbons.
However, I blessed the medal and had the father hold the leaflet for investing a person in the Confraternity of the Miraculous Medal. I proceeded to recite the words of investiture. No sooner did I finish the prayer of enrolling the boy in the Confraternity than he opened his eyes for the first time in two weeks. He saw his mother and said, "Ma, I want some ice cream." He had been given only intravenous feeding.
Then he proceeded to talk to his father and mother. After a few minutes of stunned silence, a doctor was called. The doctor examined the boy and told the parents they could give him something to eat.
The next day began a series of tests on the boy's condition. X-rays showed the brain damage was gone.
Then still more tests. After three days, when all examinations showed there was complete restoration to health, the boy was released from the hospital.
This experience so changed my life that I have not been the same since. My faith in God, faith in His power to work miracles, was strengthened beyond description.
Since then, of course, I have been promoting devotion to Our Lady and the use of the Miraculous Medal. The wonders she performs, provided we believe, are extraordinary. ”