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Pope Paul VI Anecdote

Father, I was so proud of that medal that I even thought of having it made into a necklace that I could wear. But, the Holy Spirit convicted me of my pride and attachment. There was a woman who came to daily Mass, who was tormented by evil spirits. These spirits would constantly taunt her and blaspheme Jesus and the Church. She could not get anyone to help her or deliver her. I had befriended her. When she saw the medal I received, she was filled with awe and tears. Prompted by the Holy Spirit, I was moved to give her the medal from Pope Paul VI. The woman was overwhelmed with joy and gratitude, and was delivered from the evil spirits that tormented her. As far as I know, she never heard those voices again. Praise God! Continue reading

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