Extraordinary People: The Girl Who Makes Miracles

Audrey Marie Santo is was an ordinary girl, untill at the age of 3 she fell into the swimming pool and drowned. At the hospital she regained her breath, but fell in a coma. Her parents brought her to Medjugorje where appearances of the virgin Mary were sighted, hoping for a miracle. The virgin Mary had a message for Audrey, and since then Audrey performed miracle healings to many people that visited her.

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  • Makedyingdollars

    Wow isnt this just pathetic. The mom turned her dying daughter into a fucking business so people can buy false hope. That in my opinion is the evilest thing I think I have heard of all day. then she goes and sells the fake oil from the painting to people that need something to grasp. Way to turn a terrible occurance into a catastrophy. Im pretty sure the daughter died and she still makes money off of saying miracles still happen. I hope this mom burns in hell. Only in America.

    • Elsa

      I concur. Not with the hell bit cause there is none but the whole thing just makes me angry at peoples greed and gullibility.

  • Huf111

    BULLSHIT!!!!! this people are exploiting this poor child and making buck bucks out of playing with peoples faith, ridiculous stuff man….

  • E3theextratesticle

    Lady….. just accept it… SHE IS DEAD…… 

  • E3theextratesticle

    Lady….. just accept it… SHE IS DEAD…… 

  • 777

    its not a miracle its called the power of faith…. you go with a problem and see audrey and then you get cured ,its not the diseased audrey who cures you, but YOU!!!,….YOU BELIEVE IN IT!!!! that is the secret behind it, and everybody has the power to do it, but the majority of people need these stimulus to really BELIEVE IT!!!!!!!.

  • 777

    its not a miracle its called the power of faith…. you go with a problem and see audrey and then you get cured ,its not the diseased audrey who cures you, but YOU!!!,….YOU BELIEVE IN IT!!!! that is the secret behind it, and everybody has the power to do it, but the majority of people need these stimulus to really BELIEVE IT!!!!!!!.

  • 777

    its not a miracle its called the power of faith…. you go with a problem and see audrey and then you get cured ,its not the diseased audrey who cures you, but YOU!!!,….YOU BELIEVE IN IT!!!! that is the secret behind it, and everybody has the power to do it, but the majority of people need these stimulus to really BELIEVE IT!!!!!!!.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1147292651 Chrystl Zellweger

    in America…..were else?-_-

    i agree whit u guys…just pathetic!!!

  • Escher The Owl

    Only in America? 

    No.  All over the world.

  • guest

    this doc is beyond anything I’ve seen before about miracle makers…it truely makes me sick to my stomach! What an overly disgusting and selfish way to treat a person in a coma…

  • Hyungnam Gu

    In 1999, the Bishop of Worcester at the time, Daniel P. Reilly, released his preliminary findings on the case. In that report, the Bishop said that “The most striking evidence of the presence of God in the Santo home is seen in the dedication of the family to Audrey.”

    As for the purported miracles, he said “I want to underscore that any paranormal occurrences are not miraculous in and of themselves”.

    He also stated in regard to the claim that Audrey is a “Victim Soul”, “We must proceed quite cautiously here, since this term is not commonly used by the Church except for Christ himself who became the victim for our sins and transgressions on the cross.” The report further states that “The term “victim soul” is not an official term in the Church. It was used in some circles in the 18th and 19th century when there was a fascination with suffering and death.”

    And with regard to the many pilgrims who were praying to Audrey while she was still alive, he said “praying to Audrey is not acceptable in Catholic teaching.” Further, it was stated that “One should only pray for Audrey. Our faith teaches us to pray to God and to pray for the intercession of the saints. Therefore, the distribution of a “Prayer to Audrey” should cease immediately.”

    In the case of the purported miracle oil, his report stated: “We must be careful not to identify this oil as “holy oil,” which could be used to anoint a person. The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick, which can only be celebrated by a priest or bishop, uses oil blessed by the bishop at the Mass of Chrism, and is given to those who are seriously ill.”

    While the Bishop’s report does not confirm any of the alleged miracles and cautions against some of the beliefs being promoted, it had nothing but praise for the care Audrey had received from her family. The bishop lauded the “excellent care the family gives to their daughter. This has manifested itself in her physical condition, for example, she has not apparently had bedsores in the eleven years she has been confined to her bed.” He celebrated their “constant love and devotion to their daughter is a miracle in the broad sense of the word. They have always recognized the human dignity of their daughter, despite the circumstances.”

    Above quotes taken from the Diocese Issues Interim Findings on Miraculous Claims, Statement by Most Rev. Daniel P. Reilly, Bishop of Worcester.