Questions tagged [miracle]

In the strict sense, a miracle is an alleged event that defies the laws of nature. It is commonly attributed to one or multiple benign supernatural beings.

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Did thousands of people claim to witness a strange solar phenomena (“dancing sun”) at Fatima?

Let me clarify, I'm not asking if a miracle happened, or for a scientific explanation for why the sun might appear to do what was claimed. I'm asking about the actual numbers... if there is any ...
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What happened at Fatima on 13 October 1917?

It is widely claimed (mostly by religious people) that there was a miracle in Fátima where the sun "danced". It is known as the miracle of the sun. Is there any scientific consensus that anything ...
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Did Brother Yun escape a maximum security prison without help?

Liu Zhenying (known as Brother Yun) is an exiled Chinese Christian evangelist. Supposedly, he was sentenced to a maximum security prison some time ago and escaped miraculously, and "without any ...
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Was there a molecular test of Lanciano and Buenos Aires Eucharistic miracles?

Some roman catholic sources like this March 2012 US Roman Catholic Journal article This Is My Body–This Is My Blood claim there was an investigation performed about the eucharistic miracles in ...
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Did Franciscan friars survive the nuking of Nagasaki in a way suggesting a miracle?

Note: This is a very similar question to this: Did eight Jesuit priests survive the nuking of Hiroshima in a scientifically inexplicable manner? However, since in spite of their parallelism these ...
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Did a statue of Mary, mother of Jesus cry in St. Rita's church in Ja-Ela in Sri Lanka?

According to what seems to be this Roman Catholic church's official Facebook page: Official News : A miracle did happen today with tears coming from a statue of Mother Mary, during prayers. ...