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To Skeptics, this is just a regular Bird, that had flown into the Church

"To those who has faith, no explanation is necessary but to one who do not have, no explanation is possible." This is a remark by Saint Thomas Aquinas, a 12th Century Philosopher. The idea behind this remark is that faith, which is believing, is a gift from God, and if you don't have that gift, then nothing will be revealed to you.

Let us look at the story of Saint Paul. As Saul, he believed in the doings of the Apostles, and that alone prompted him to take it as a duty to persecute the followers of Christ. If Saul had seen the Apostles as "unserious persons," he would not have ventured into persecuting them, it would have been a waste of time on his part.

We have heard about animals recognizing their master and maker, whenever and wherever the need arises.

The Baker's Dog that adored Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament

There was a picture making rounds on the internet of a Dog that prostrated or probably bent forward when during a Corpus Christi Procession. It recognized it's maker in the Blessed Sacrament and so acknowledged the fact that Jesus is truly present, body, blood, soul and divinity in the Blessed Sacrament.

Two Doves lead the Procession of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The picture above is the true story of two Doves, leading the Procession of Our Lady of Fatima, this is also is not a myth, as we have seen on many occasions, the miracles wrought through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary. We were told that these Doves participated fully through the Procession, to the celebration of the Holy Mass. They left after the "Et Ipsum."

Police Dogs recognized Jesus in the Tabernacle

What about the story of those well trained Police that made gestures of noticing someone in the Tabernacle.? They sniffed all through the other parts of the Building, until they got to the Chapel, there they barked and growled simultaneously at the Tabernacle. Their handlers then knew they had noticed Jesus there.

The picture above is that of Saint Anthony and the Mule. A miracle that occurred during the life of Saint Anthony of Padua. The starved Mule was given it's feed and Saint Anthony of Padua, on raising the Monstrance, the Mule left the feed, turned and paid homage until Saint Anthony lowered it.

These occurrences are proofs of Jesus' words in Luke 19:40 - "and he answered and said unto them, I tell you that, if these should hold their peace, the stones would cry of immediately."(BRG)

The Lord manifest Himself in many ways, and this is one of those ways He had proved His existence, through dumb animals.

"To those who believe, no explanation is necessary and to those who don't, no explanation is possible." Saint Thomas Aquinas.

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