News Praying for a miracle by Jeffrey Miller February 13, 2006 written by Jeffrey Miller February 13, 2006 A reader sent me a link to an article on the Catholic skier Rebecca Dussault of whom I had posted about earlier. 4 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Podcast reviews next post The validity of the relic is at stake You may also like Bible Ban April 17, 2003 Nun Wars July 26, 2003 Relic of cross found in dusty back room... September 18, 2003 Vatican seeks meeting with bloggers. April 8, 2011 Truth and Freedom Under Siege, Says Boston Prelate January 23, 2004 Really like a Virgn September 6, 2005 Opus Dei – You talkin' to me? February 17, 2007 Dr. Who Returns September 27, 2003 Soon the only thing to be closeted is... October 14, 2007 Do You Hear What I Hear December 17, 2007 4 comments Jay Anderson February 13, 2006 - 1:50 pm That’s from the Washington Post? Wow. Reply Gretchen February 13, 2006 - 3:47 pm The Washington Post writing a respectful story about a devout Catholic might just qualify as a miracle in and of itself! Reply Fr. Bill February 13, 2006 - 4:55 pm yes, it’s nice to see a story that’s not knocking the Church, or the Truth, in the pages of The Post. In that light, it’s a particularly great article… And, not only was it front page Sports (at the top) but also the story had a nice lead in on THE front page of the paper! It read: “INSIDE: TURIN 2006″ Miracle on Snow? Olympian Rebecca Dussault, a cross-country skier, is praying for a miracle — really. E1” A Gold Medal to Rebecca for her witness! Reply Philip February 13, 2006 - 10:02 pm I had the honor to meet her spiritual director; Father Antonio of the Community of Saint John this past weekend and he had such splendid stories of her devotion to being Catholic. What a wonderful example to the myself and the other youth of the world. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.