The Vatican says that prayer to the German nun Maria Teresa Bonzel (Maria Theresia Bonzel), who lived in the XIX century, has helped to heal the ailing four boys.
18-year-old Luke Buji not like to remember events that happened to him 14 years ago. Instead of a Man story tells of the miraculous healing of his mother.
"In 1998, Luke returned from a four-year kindergarten and complained of abdominal pain — says Gian Buji. — His condition began to deteriorate rapidly, doctors suspected gastrointestinal upset, but could not make the correct diagnosis and treatment. Within six months of my child experienced severe pain accompanied by diarrhea. Such attacks were repeated eight to ten times a day. He was the most patient person I've ever seen. "
Because of the mysterious disease Luke stopped growing and gaining weight. Confused spouses Buji doctors reported that the suspected malignancy in the rectum boy, and plan to biopsy.
However, cell removal was not necessary: February 22, 1999 the disease had disappeared as suddenly as it had begun.
"The illness has left Luka on the same day as the sister of Margaret and the late Sister Evangeline finished reading the prayers offered for nine days. Sisters asked Bonzel Maria Teresa, who died in 1905, to help Luke. I do not know how to explain what happened. Our family not ultrasvyataya and we ordinary people: I teach yoga, and her husband works as a mechanical engineer, "- says Gian.
This rapid recovery of critically ill patients confused doctors who responded to the questions the boy's parents just shrugged. Then connected to the investigation of the phenomenon of Vatican officials.
Buji family was interrogated, during which physicians and envoys of the Catholic Church tried to find out whether the parents gave their son a four-laxative to make him sick, or there is a real miracle.
"They wanted to make sure that we are not crazy. Well, we did not mind," — says with a smile, mother of Luke.
The investigation lasted for 14 years and finally came to an end: the Pope Francis upheld version of the miracle and appointed in November 2013 beatification (dead reckoning to the ranks of the blessed) nun Maria Teresa Bonzel.
Beatification is a step toward canonization, and if Bozel come true thanks to another miracle, her canonized.