Wednesday, January 6, 2010

The Rosary and the Miracle of Surviving Hiroshima


Today Tsutomu Yamaguchi died at age 93. He is Japan's only known survivor of both Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic blasts. I pray he rests in peace.

There were also some survivors of the Hiroshima blast, a group of Jesuit Priests. These men give credit for their miracle to the rosary. Click here to read their fascinating story!

8 comments:

2TownSquares said...

Nice story about Hiroshima. I heard of it before. But, glad you posted it again. Good News, is always "evergreen."

HeartfeltHeartLook said...

Thank you for visiting! You are so right. I'll hear or read something and be amazed. Then I'll forget about it, until something jogs my memory. Hope you are doing well ~ God bless you, and I pray your New Year is filled with joy!

Karinann said...

These are amazing stories, but not surprising. Miracles always seem to occur where the rosary is said with devotion. Thanks for posting these inspiring stories.
Hope you are having a good new year so far!
God Bless!

HeartfeltHeartLook said...

Karinann, I really enjoy reading them too. So if you run across some (even though I may have seen them) send it my way. I remember this from years ago, but the death of Mr. Yamaguchi reminded me. Good so far! God bless you too!

Colleen said...

Thanks for sharing! Love your picture of the rosary. Happy New Year!

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car said...

我們不是因為快樂而歌唱,而是唱歌使我們快樂........................................

HeartfeltHeartLook said...

The above remark from car translated as...We're not as happy and singing, but make us happy singing