Father, you are an infinitely good dad. Now, in your tenderness, pour the precious blood of Jesus Christ over me, my little one. X You must break all the ties you see in your child and those that keep them in fear, sickness, anxiety, obsession and a feeling of guilt.
Father, you are an infinitely good man. Let go of all the ties that bind me to the precious blood of Jesus Christ, and all the curses that hinder my happiness and full well-being.
In order to rediscover my true freedom, I must create new belief areas and areas of devotion for me.
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Padre Pio Praises for Therapeutic and Miracles
You can, however, mom of Jesus by your service of grace, cut all ties the dad has made with his precious blood of son.
Holy Mary, Mother of Our Savior, remove all evil from my body and wipe out any traces of the evil forces that lurk around.
Father, I thank you for any miracles that might currently be occurring through the use of the Valuable blood of your Son Jesus within the whole being of your child. You are so sure that you will appear that your child can be freed.
Your Father of Everlasting Love, honor and glory to you! We are so grateful that you sent your Son to us for our salvation and to bring us happiness. Hallelujah! Amen.
Francesco Forgione was the son of a farmer. Francesco Forgione ate less than other children and barely slept. He miraculously survived severe fever attacks. He joined Capuchins at the tender age of 16, and received the spiritual title Pio.
He struggled due to his poor health – he was diagnosed with tuberculosis. After completing his theological research, he took up ascetic living and was then ordained priest in the cathedral of Benevento.
He worked in Pietrelcina, his home town, until 1915 as an assistant pastor. From 1916, he was a monk in the Capuchin monastery of San Giovanni Rotondo.
The 5 wounds of Christ appeared all at once on his body in 1918, making him the first stigmatized priest in the history of the Catholic Church. This was seen until his death.
The miracle was quickly recognized by the pilgrims, who arrived at Padre Pio’s monastery in San Giovanni Rotondo to see him.
His apostleship as a confessor and prophet was widely praised. Healings were reported and he appeared in two completely different places simultaneously. He became arguably the greatest mystic of all time, while his order and the Curia are still investigating these phenomena.
The church finally distanced itself in the end from him. He was known to be a hysteric and forbade him from replying to pastoral letters in 1922. After that, he withdrew permission to admit. From 1931 to 1933, he could not learn mass publicly.
Pope Paul VI did not grant him permission to freely train workers until 1964. Multiple, religiously ordered medical exams were required for the stigmata. To cover his injuries, Padre Pio often used fingerless gloves.
But the people trusted Padre Pio. From 1940, he began to help pilgrims struggling with their struggles by laying hands on fingers and using phrases. He founded Casa Sollievo della Sofferenza (the Home of Liberation from Struggling), which was inaugurated 1956 and later donated to the Vatican.
He saw Christ in the suffering, poor and sick and so his charity work was especially geared towards them.
He was allegedly present at a meeting in 1947. His advice to Karol Woityla (a younger Polish priest) led to his eventual election to the head of the Catholic Church. The assassination attempt in 1981 also involved him.
Karol Woityla, Auxiliary Bishop in Cracow wrote to Padre pio asking for intercession to help a mother and a doctor affected by the most common cancers. Also for his son who was a lawyer. Woityla also wrote Woityla letters during his stay at the 2nd Vatican Council.
The attention-grabbing thing about how Capuchin’s fame was modified by every new Pope is that it makes Capuchin look charismatic. Pius XI. was a little skeptical. He was almost forced to remove him from priesthood, Pius XII. He was nevertheless taken with him.
John XXIII, a fervent opponent to Padre Pio in 1960, even wrote personal details of the great, evilly planned catastrophe that he caused for the souls.
Paul VI once again was favored by him. John Paul II reached the turning point, beatification, and canonization.
The Padre Pio Prayers for Therapeutic and Miracles. Symbolism
Another miracle performed by Padre Pio is considered an unending miracle. The miracle was witnessed by a Tuscany railway official, who passed away in 1983 at the age of 70. His words were: “I am an everlasting problem for science!”
He lived in the Siena province during 1945. He had one son and was married. He worked as an administrator for the railroad’s ‘electrical system.
His motorbike collided with a truck on the morning of Might 20th. The doctor rushed him to hospital, where he found a broken cranium and damage to his left eardrum. He also discovered a fivefold fracture to his left leg.
A few days later, doctors could not rule out the possibility that his life might still be in danger. His leg did not heal, but he confirmed that he had received good healings. It was not treated by the medical professionals.
To find the exact answer to his problem, he was moved from one hospital to another. He said, “I was taken to the Orthopedic hospital in Siena. That is where I was for 12 months. Next, I was taken to Bologna’s Rizzoli Hospital.
My thigh healed in a few therapies but my legs became completely rigid. My doctors advised that my left knee had “fibrous anchylosis”. They could not heal the condition and the traumas from therapy didn’t heal.
After several unsuccessful attempts to wrap my leg, a number of doctors at the Orthopedic hospital in Siena contacted me to request another attempt.
They had to numb my legs with basic anesthesia. However, this was not enough.
My thigh was broken again and I had to continue to plaster of Paris for two more months. Early 1948, I was discharged from the Orthopedic Hospital in Siena.
My life should be lived with an inflexible leg. I was thirty-five years old and didn’t want to give up. After deciding to try different doctors but not having any hope for a cure, I decided to refuse additional treatment.
My depression and sadness used to make me look like a wounded animal. I could not take anyone. Desperately, I decided not to live anywhere else. My spouse supported me and I vented all of my frustration. To maneuver I tried using strolling sticks, but I was unable to drag myself for more than a few yards.
My legs were stiffened and filled with painful, bleeding wounds. I tried my best to accomplish one task myself but I kept falling. Then I wept and cursed God and everyone.
Although my spouse believed in God and I did not, she was a believer in God. I made her go to church, and she was scolded. He or she wept and I cursed from malice.
A spiritual man arrived at our church, gave us a lecture and then left. He was advised by someone about my current state and that he should talk to my wife to help her.
He asked her to tell him: “Why not take your husband to San Giovanni Rotondo to see a miracle-working friar, Padre Pio?” Although my spouse offered me hope and advised me, I laughed out loud and cursed Padre pio.
My spouse refused to give me this chance. The wife tried to contact Padre Pio by writing, but she didn’t receive any response to her numerous letters.
She then spoke to me about the friar and asked me to comply with her request.
The situation got worse, and I realized my life was almost over. I gave up hopelessly and said, “OK, let us try!” It was a dangerous and difficult journey.
After the procedure, I was placed on a stretcher. However, once that I had done so, I needed to exit the car and enter the vehicle. I experienced a terrible ache in my leg.
It was first to Rome and then it was on to Foggia. There was only one bus that took you to San Giovanni Rotondo from Foggia. He started early in the morning.
We decided to stay the night in a lodge. My strolling sticks and I were dragging ourselves along, but I ended up falling into a pool.
Railroad employees heard I was a former railroad worker like them, and asked me to stay the night in a workplace at the station.
There I spent the entire night. My spouse and son, along with me, took the bus early in the morning to San Giovanni Rotondo.
Two kilometers away was the small church and monastery, where the bus stopped. The roads were not paved at the time. It’s not clear how I got to the church.
After I had quickly gotten to the small church, I was exhausted and sat down in a chair. Padre Pio was not a photo I’d seen, and I couldn’t recognize him. Many friars have served the church.
Donations enabled Padre Pio to build some of the most fashionable hospitals in south Italy, including the Casa del Sollievo della Sofferenza and the Home of Comfort for Victims of San Giovanni Rotondo.
He also established prayer teams, which were recognized by the Vatican in 1986 to aid him.
His tesoretto was the money he received from donations. He let himself go to the end of his life vowing to live in poverty. The amount of savings should be at least 100 millions euros. A few years ago, the Vatican sent a monetary administrator in order to see the outline of the flourishing prosperity and benevolence of the begging orders.