Editor of the Vatican’s newspaper was healed through the intercession of St. Pius X

He says: “This is what my parents told me.  In 1954, when I was just two years old, I was struck with a virtually lethal form of diphtheria: it was the vigil of the canonization of Pius X and I was recommended to him by a historian, a Spanish priest friend of my father, don Vincente Castell Maiques.  Don Vincente celebrated Mass in St. Peter’s on the tomb of the Pope to whom my family, of Venetian origin, was very devoted.  I recovered.”

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Editor’s note: Now … to whom do we have to pray, in order to “heal” L’Osservatore Romano, the (often goofy) Vatican newspaper?