This undated photo provided by the diocese of Beauvais shows Sister Bernadette Moriau. A French bishop declared Sunday that the recovery a long-debilitated nun, Sister Bernadette Moriau, made after she visited the shrine in Lourdes was a miracle, the 70th event to be recognized as an act of divine intervention at the world-famous Catholic pilgrimage site.
This undated photo provided by the diocese of Beauvais shows Sister Bernadette Moriau. A French bishop declared Sunday that the recovery a long-debilitated nun, Sister Bernadette Moriau, made after she visited the shrine in Lourdes was a miracle, the 70th event to be recognized as an act of divine intervention at the world-famous Catholic pilgrimage site. Diocese of Beauvais via AP)
This undated photo provided by the diocese of Beauvais shows Sister Bernadette Moriau. A French bishop declared Sunday that the recovery a long-debilitated nun, Sister Bernadette Moriau, made after she visited the shrine in Lourdes was a miracle, the 70th event to be recognized as an act of divine intervention at the world-famous Catholic pilgrimage site. Diocese of Beauvais via AP)

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