The tremendously popular saint, known simply as Padre Pio, was recognized as a means to miracles in his lifetime as he is today. Privileged to bear the wounds of Christ in his body, he was celebrated for life-long mystical experiences which include frequent confrontations with the devil, bilocation and prophecy. But what really made the humble Capuchin friar a saint was his devotedness to prayer and sacrifice and a personal drive for union with Christ crucified.
Other articles in this issue include:
- Worthy Praise of the Pure Queen of Heaven
- The Mystery of the Precious Blood
- Padre Pio Advice
- He Knocks
- Love of Jesus Crucified
- Plainly Speaking