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Sudden cures of congenital heart problems in Philippines attributed to the Blessed Mother by sufferers, families

'Miracles' emerge ahead of Fatima centennial celebration

Filipino devotees welcome the image of the Our Lady of Fatima during a visit to Manila in October 2016. (Photo by Angie de Silva) 

 

Mark Saludes, Manila
Philippines

May 12, 2017

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When Sarah Hilomen Velasco, a Filipino television host, learned that the image of the Our Lady of Fatima was in Davao City in February she and her husband rushed to the church.

Sarah was not there to cover the visit but to pray for a miracle for her ailing one-year old daughter who had a hole in her heart.

In a post on Facebook, Sarah said her daughter has "ventricular septal defect," a type of "congenital heart disease, in which the hole rarely closes."

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