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Bleeding Hands, Weeping Stone: True Stories of Divine Wonders, Miracles, and Messages Paperback – April 1, 2010
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- The woman who stole a Host from church and hid it at home, only to find that it had turned to real human flesh
- The apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary that put an end to human sacrifice in Mexico - and the miraculuous image she left for us there
- The arrogant knight who demanded the largest Host at Communion - the hols where the stone floor started to swallow him are still visible today!
- Saints who could levitate, glow with inner lights, or appear two places at once, and whose bodies did not decompose even hundreds of years after death.
... and many more miracles, from the famous to the forgotten.
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Here are two examples: In mentioning St. Hyacinth, the author states (He was probably also good at rolling with the punches, being named after a flower and all.) In a second example, she relates the story of St. Cecilia (in a chapter called "A Stiff-Necked Believer"). Here the author states, "To kill her the Romans locked her in the baths of her palace...for several days in order to suffocate her. Instead, she sang, which is why today she is known as the patron saint of music. Finally, an executioner was sent in to cut off her head. (I guess they'd had enough of her singing.)
These remarks which were evidentely meant to sound pithy, fell resolutely flat, and the book is laden with them, to the point of irritation. This book had a very light, and some may find, slightly irreverent tone.
I was hoping for an inspiring read, but unfortunately felt the material too "watered down" and insipid. It would better be suited for younger readers or those looking for a "comic book" edition.
J+M+J Thank you!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book seems to be well written, and easy to understand. It is a start into a journey of a lifetime.Published 19 months ago by csue404
Great information. Very choppy reading but given the subject matter it can probably not be helped.Published 22 months ago by Dave the Monk
Love books on relics and miracles. If you do too, order this book. You will not disappointed. The mysteries of our Faith are truly amazing. Got chills reading it.Published on January 6, 2013 by Katie
As we witness the world decling in moral values, this book will inspire the reader with it's wonderful stories. We all need reminders of God's love for all of us.Published on November 28, 2011 by Ken Nahm