Nun getting cured of Parkinson's disease is a miracle

Nun getting cured of Parkinson's disease is a miracle

A recent news that a French nun got cured of her Parkinson's disease is nothing less than a miracle. Moreso, because the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke has denied any cure present for the disease that affects ones nervous system.

Meanwhile, name of the nun who was cured of her disease is Sister Marie Simon-Pierre. The lady got infected when she was just 40 years old and since then she has been suffering a lot. That is precisely the reason for her worrying when she saw Pope John Paul II shivering.

The French nun knew the symptoms and also knew where the things were heading. John Paul left for his heavenly abode in 2005. Behind him several nuns including Sister Marie began what is called Petites Soeurs des Maternites Catholiques at the congregation. It also means that she was praying that he intercedes her.

And when she finally woke up on June 3, her disease was simply cured. After checking her, the doctors pronounced that she has been miraculously cured.

This is not the 'only' miracle that has taken place in the pope's intercession, but is the only 'official' one.


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