Pope Benedict XVI blessed him… he was later healed

Submitted by munir on Sun, 01/15/2023 - 18:59

Divine miracles never stop. It is an endless trip in the field of recovery effected by divine mercy.


This is a real-life story of youngster Peter Srsich from Colorado who had lung cancer, an advanced stage Hodgkin lymphoma that was pressing on his heart. It was so big that doctors couldn't anesthesia him, because there was a risk he wouldn't wake up again, so they couldn't even extract for a biopsy.

On the eastern bank of the River Jordan

Submitted by munir on Wed, 01/04/2023 - 10:53

On the eastern bank of the River Jordan, Pope Benedict XVI stood on May 10, 2009 and laid the foundation stone of the Catholic Church at the Baptism Site.


Two days earlier, during his first meeting with His Majesty King Abdullah II and the extended Jordanian family at Amman Airport upon arrival, he said: "I will visit in a few days, the Baptism Site of Lord Jesus Christ at the river that gave its name to this land. I will be happy to bless the first stone of the two churches that will be built on the traditional Baptism Site of the Lord."

'The Lord fights for us against our enemies to give you us victory’

Submitted by munir on Wed, 01/04/2023 - 09:29

Throughout history, since the start of life on Earth, there have been innumerable events relevant to of people who were subjected to attacks either physically, emotionally, verbally and the like. The reactions to such situations have most of the times been reciprocation of evil which involves retaliations by concocting plans to inflict evil on others.

It is Christmas… the Prince of Peace is born

Submitted by munir on Sat, 12/24/2022 - 13:29

With the world celebrating Christmas, the birth of the Prince of Peace, the Catholic Center for Studies and Media (CCSM) in Jordan coveys heartfelt wishes to His Holiness Pope Francis, to Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem His Beatitude Pierbattista Pizzaballa, to Latin Patriarchal Vicar for Jordan Bishop Jamal Daibes, to all clerics and nuns, as well as to the entire humanity.