See this online text:
- “Contemporary Scientifically Validated Miracles Associated with Blessed Mary, Saints and the Holy Eucharist” (© Robert J. Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D.) (Magis Center, December 2016). Available in pdf format on this page of the Magis Center.
See also these related texts:
- Miracles: Their Possibility, by Rev. Raymond O’Donohue, O.P. With 1931 Imprimatur. Available in PDF format on this page of Catholic Pamphlets.net, and at the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.
- The Question of Miracles, by George Hayward Joyce (St, Louis, Mo.: B. Herder; London: Manresa, 1914). Catholic Library series #13. With Imprimatur. Available in PDF format at Internet Archive.
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“[I]n order that the “obedience” of our faith should be “consonant with reason” [cf. Rom 12:1], God has willed that to the internal aids of the Holy Spirit there should be joined external proofs of His revelation, namely: divine facts, especially miracles and prophecies which, because they clearly show forth the omnipotence and infinite knowledge of God, are most certain signs of a divine revelation, and are suited to the intelligence of all.” (First Vatican Ecumenical Council, Constitution “Dei Filius”)