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St. Agnes is a "pre-congregational" saint. She was declared a saint before the Sacred Congregation for the Causes of Saints came into being that required Rome to examine all evidence before a person could be declared a saint. Except for unproven legends, there is no written record of any miracles that could be attributed to the intercession of St. Agnes. When Agnes was proclaimed a saint, there was no official requirement that miracles be proven.

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I am sure that Our Lord performed a number of miracles through the intercession of St. Lawrence, Deacon and Martyr. However, there is no written record of them.

First of all, the saints do not perform miracles. The miracles are performed by God at the request of the saint. Each individual case is based on its own merits. Usually 2 miracles are required, one for beatification and one for canonization. If the person died as a martyr, one or more miracles may be dropped. Other things can also be taken into consideration such as bilocation. incorruptibility, stigmata, heavenly perfume, etc.

There are several saints named Anthony. Pleast be specific.

Two, actually. If the Pope finds that you did in fact make those miracles, he will proclaim you a saint.

In 1984 that was changed to 2 miracles and the pope has the prerogative to drop that to one miracle in certain cases.

Although she did not perform any miracles, per se, through her intercession miracles were said to have occurred.Elizabeth Anne was not noted for performing miracles during her life time. However, through her intercession after death there are sure to be a number of miracles that can be attributed to her help.

The most famous miracle of Peter is when John and he ma, make a lame begger to walk in Jesus name.

Jesus miracles are uncountable because until today he is still working wondrous miracles.

In the Bible miracles are described as things people perform or do with God working through them. People can't 'make' a miracle as you would make a cake or build a house.Ex 34:10 The Lord answered: "I will make a covenant in the sight of all. I will do signs (miracles) such as were never seen upon the earth"Acts 6:8 And Stephen, full of faith and power, performed great wonders and miracles among the people.

One of the requirements of sainthood was for miracles to be performed after the death of the saint, either at his tomb or through the use of personal belongings.Saint Cuthbert is said to have performed or been associated with very many miracles during his lifetime, making him rather more than an ordinary saint.One of my favourite stories tells of his journey on horseback to become a recluse on the Island of Lindisfarne (Holy Island); he travelled for many days without food through desolate countryside with no houses or farms until both he and his horse were almost starving. They came to an abandoned, derelict hut with its thatched roof collapsing towards the ground and Cuthbert decided to stay there overnight; his horse began to pull at the thatch in order to eat it and out fell a linen bundle. Cuthbert was amazed to find that it contained bread, cheese, meat and drink - so both horse and rider were able to enjoy a meal.The number of miracles that were performed by him or in his favour is astounding; his belt and his shoe were said to have healed people after his death and a lame man who visited his tomb was cured.Miracles are not the only requirement for sainthood - living an exemplary life is also required. Cuthbert qualified through his lifelong devotion to God, being in turn a monk, a preacher, a hermit and a bishop.He is considered to be one of the greatest English saints.

Roman Catholic answer:St. Cecilia was a martyr, in other words she died for the faith. If one is martyred for the faith, one does not normally need a miracle or miracles proved to your intercession. Secondly, she died very early in the church. The modern process of canonization which calls for two miracles was not in effect back then. Saints were acclaimed.

to Canterbury cathedral to pray because they believed they would be healed or forgiven for all there sins they believed this because after Thomas a Beckett died miracles were performed at the cathedral (St.Thomas a Beckett)

It is to the man at our earth to make a Saint, it might take fifty or a hundred years before that particular person is named a Saint by the vaticane's Office in Roma Italy. ( vaticano).The most important rules are: The person must be:1-Dead and with minimun of two scientifically proven miracles, done good to hurting and needed people, these is because only with God you can be a Saint and do miracles ( Heaven capabilities and human healing).2- Earth dead hero and human kindness, ( The person that gave his life for many ) this kind of Saint in this days are very rare, and their name must be posted in writing for a certain amount of people and authorities, the time can be very long for approval. No miracles are needed and some times the candidate becomes automatically a Saint3- The real Saint and Hero, the one that many know and some don't or don't want to, know about and there is no need to name him ... Jesus, Mary and Joseph's son and "The world Savior". He gave his life for humanity. For more information about a Costa Rican saint named Fray Casiano de Madrid, go to " Puntarenas".It is important to say that many names are in a trial and maybe soon we will know if they are or not.

Saint Caroline was made into a saint because of her purity to the church and her loyalty to the church. She pledged her purity to become a saint.

There is a Saint Therese and several saints named Teresa but no saint named Theresa.

Another answer from our community:Neither did any miracles. It was all God's work. Though in the Bible, more memorable miracles are associated with Elija and more numerous miracles are associated with Elisha.

Mary consented to become the mother of God.

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While Paul did not mention specific miracles, nor did he maximize upon their importance, he did refer to them in writing to the Galatians (3:5) "He therefore that ministereth to you the Spirit, and worketh miracles among you, doeth he it by the works of the law, or by the hearing of faith?" Before the Jerusalem Council, however, in Acts 15:12, we see a report: "Then all the multitude kept silence, and gave audience to Barnabas and Paul, declaring what miracles and wonders God had wrought among the Gentiles by them." In Acts19:11,12, Paul was used of God to heal the sick and to cast out demons: "And God wrought special miracles by the hands of Paul: So that from his body were brought unto the sick handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases departed from them, and the evil spirits went out of them."

Miracles, by definition, are not fake, but "a sensibly perceptible effect, surpassing at least the powers of visible nature, produced by God to witness to some truth or testify to someone's sanctity." (from Modern Catholic Dictionary) So if something is a genuine miracle, it is not fake. However, people throughout the ages, for one reason or another have tried to "fake" things to make them look like a miracle. These are frauds, not miracles, or there are things which are beyond our power to understand which are produced by the Evil One. A good example of the later would be the "miracles" produced by Rasputin.

Saint Columba of Iona was declared a saint before the official canonization process was instituted in the 12th century. He would have been declared a saint to the bishop by those who knew him best and were familiar with his life and merits. The local bishop would them make the decision. Today only the pope can declare saints after years of study by the Sacred Congregation for the Causes of Saints in the Vatican. The church does not create saints. Only God can do that. The Church "screens" candidates for sainthood to determine if they had a life worthy of emmulation. In other words, do they make good role models. Also, the Church has to be assured that the person is actually in Heaven. That is the reason that today a number of miracles must be verified before a person can be declared a saint.

There are several saints named Francis. You need to be specific.

That He (God) will do great miracles for the people (Exodus ch.34)

Lot of miracles, according to Holy Quran:(Holy Quran 3 The Family of 'Imran:49) And (make him) a messenger to the children of Israel: That I have come to you with a sign from your Lord, that I determine for you out of dust like the form of a bird, then I breathe into it and it becomes a bird with Allah's permission and I heal the blind and the leprous, and bring the dead to life with Allah's permission and I inform you of what you should eat and what you should store in your houses; most surely there is a sign in this for you, if you are believers.there are some other verses also about the miracles such as spoke immediately after birth from cradle.3:46. "He shall speak to the people in childhood and in maturity. And he shall be (of the company) of the righteous."Answer:According to the Holy Bible Jesus Christ performed 23 healing miracles, 9 miracles showing His power over nature, and 3 miracles of raising the dead for a total of 35 all together.

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