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A Cypriot miraculous church November 14, 2007

Posted by grhomeboy in Religion & Faith.
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Hundreds of Greek-Cypriot Orthodox believers flocked yesterday to a church where a cleric claims miracles have taken place after the relic of a saint went on public display.

The Church of Saint John Chrysostom, named after the Saint, has become a focal point for pilgrims seeking help for themselves or loved ones after two miracles were proclaimed there. The alleged miracles coincided with the arrival of the skull of John Chrysostom from Mount Athos in Greece. The Saint’s relic went on show at the church in a Nicosia suburb on Saturday and its healing powers were declared soon afterward.

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1. realchurchpeople - November 14, 2007

hmmm…Id like to hear more about this… sounds interesting


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