Lourdes


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A shrine in southern France said to result in healing
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Today's Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes coincides with the observance of the 27th World Day of the Sick.
Before the commentary, 'Who's afraid of Lourdes Mangaoang?' (10/30/18) by Kevin Mandrilla, I have been waiting for people, particularly women religious, the Commission on Human Rights and other concerned citizens, to come out and rally behind Mangaoang's courage.
While on the runway, Lourdes wasn't afraid to show some skin, rocking a skimpy bikini top that appeared to be made of shells and chains.
This is the 88th Liverpool Archdiocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes, the third most important site of international Catholic pilgrimage after Rome and the Holy Land.
The group will leave for Lourdes on September 13 in a Jumbulance, which is a specially set up bus proved by the Across charity that has been kitted out to transport the seriously ill or disabled in safety and comfort.
Lourdes became revered 160 years ago when the Virgin Mary "appeared" to 14-year-old peasant Bernadette Soubirous.
Mathias Terrier, information director of the Tarbes and Lourdes diocese, said Catholic representatives had agreed to the new arrangements.
Pop superstar Madonna's daughter Lourdes, 19, has the same distinctive eyebrows, dark hair and confident stance.