More than a dozen doctors consulted over Mother Teresa miracle
Catholic News Service published a report on Tuesday about the process of investigation of the miracle that has
led to Mother Teresa of Calcutta's beatification.
The News Service says: "More than a dozen
physicians in India and Rome wer ted about the mysterious cure of an Indian woman before the Vatican
accepted the healing as the miracle needed for the beatification of Mother Teresa of Calcutta. The promoter
of Mother Teresa's canonization cause, Missionaries of Charity Father Brian Kolodiejchuk, posted detailed
information about the medical condition of Monika Besra and about her cure on the cause's Web site in early
After studies by Indian and by Vatican-appointed physicians, the decree recognizing the
miracle was issued Dec. 20; Pope John Paul II will celebrate the beatification Oct. 19 at the
The Web site -- www.motherteresacause.info
-- also includes a form for individuals, families or groups who want to reserve free tickets for the
beatification Mass in Rome.
Father Kolodiejchuk's article on the cure includes statements from
physicians in India who doubted the disappearance of Besra's large ovarian cyst was a miracle or doubted the
original diagnosis of a cyst.
SOURCE FULL STORY:
Official Website of the Cause