Maria Esposito was ready to give up. Wasted away at 42 kilos (92 pounds), she couldn't bear another dose of chemotherapy to fight the Stage IV Burkitt's lymphoma that had invaded her body while she was pregnant with her second child.
But as she and her family had done since she was diagnosed with the rare and aggressive form of cancer in July 2005, Esposito prayed to the man who had appeared to her husband in a dream as the only person who could save her: Pope Pius XII.
Esposito survived, cured after a single, six-week cycle of chemotherapy â€” a recovery that, she says, stunned her doctors and convinced her that the World War II-era pope had intervened with God to save her....
But, yes, IHCC certainly does have a position on the Romish Church and WWII. Before Dave Hunt's position on Calvinism became rabid and well known, (You should like Dave, he's also a supporter of King James Onlyism) We got very good information the Romish Church, an example,
Dave Hunt wrote: Nor can the Vatican escape considerable responsibility for the Nazi Holocaust, which was thoroughly known to Pius XII in spite of his complete silence throughout the war on that most important of subjects. 22 The involvement of Catholicism in the Holocaust will be examined later. Had the pope protested, as representatives of Jewish organizations and the Allied Powers begged him to do, he would have condemned his own church. The facts are inescapable:....
All Christians are saints, that's why all those proclaimed "Saints" by the Romish Church are anything but that.
Ephesians 1 13 In Him, you also, after listening to the message of truth, the gospel of your salvation-- having also believed, you were sealed in Him with the Holy Spirit of promise, 14 who is given as a pledge of our inheritance, with a view to the redemption of God's own possession, to the praise of His glory. 15 For this reason I too, having heard of the faith in the Lord Jesus which exists among you, and your love for all the saints, 16 do not cease giving thanks for you, while making mention of you in my prayers;---NASB
Interesting that the article mentions an alleged miracle (appears to be disproven by a Harvard physician) because of one praying to a dead pope, but, as usual, The Associated Press, doesn't drill down to the underlying theological principles.
They never even answered why the RCC requires a miracle nor did they answer what is the biblical and historical support for this ancient practice, leaving the RCC appearing, again, to be an addled, dopey and brainless billion-person Christian organization.
I'm confident there will be many to whack this straw-man.