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Years Ago A Pope Kissed A Baby On The Forehead And Months Later His Parents Discovered This

There are moments in life that continue to be timeless, irrespective of how long has passed.

This real life story is about a mother and father who are devout catholics and their little baby, “Gianna” was diagnosed with a rare blood disease and a cancerous tumor in her head.



They prayed that they would have the chance to meet the Pope to pray for their very sick baby.

There were hundreds of people there who also attempted to meet the pope, and the family was afraid to visit the place, fearing the baby’s condition would get worse due to the crowd and the expected wide variety of people in the place.

But in the long run they decided to disregard all of the warning signs and decieded to try to see how it will turn out and they are later grateful for that choice.

The family went to the place as the pope was about to move in.

As soon as the father of the baby noticed Pope Francis making his way in the direction of their location, he held the sick baby high up to get the security guards’ attention and one of the security men of the Pope noticed the sick little baby girl and took her to the Pope.

Then the Pope kissed the girl’s forehead, and gave her a blessing.

As soon as the day was over, everything returned to normal.

But then, just six weeks after the Pope kissed the baby on her forehead her parents received a miraculous news. The scans confirmed that the tumor in the baby’s head has disappeared.

Did the Pope’s kiss have an effect? We will never understand for sure, but the family actually believes so. “The kiss was God’s work, it is for sure”, they say.

Do you believe God used the Pope to heal the baby? However, The family certainly believes so.

Anyway, it’s good that the girl’s tumor has disappeared so significantly, and we only wish her health and happiness in life.


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