Thursday, July 11, 2019

The Gripping Story of the Second Approved Miracle for Cardinal Newman

Melissa was bleeding because the placenta had become partially detached from the wall of her uterus and blood that was meant to nourish her eight-week-old unborn child was escaping through the tear.

An ultrasound scan had also identified a sub-chorionic haematoma, a blood clot on the foetal membrane that was by that time almost three times the size of the child.

Doctors could treat neither mother nor daughter. They fully expected Melissa to miscarry and warned her that her own life might be in danger from a haemorrhage. She had to be ready to call 911 at any time.
What happened when crisis came resulted in the second miracle required for Pope Francis to recognize Cardinal John Henry Newman as a saint. It's a gripping story. Read it at Catholic Herald.

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