The author, a now-famous writer, scoured through libraries and wrote to shrines all over the world for the material for this remarkable book. The wonders described here include bilocation, levitation, odor of sanctity, odor of sin, transverberation and other maracles of the heart, miraculous transport, money mysteriously provided, multiplication of food, mystical marriage and heavenly jewelry, miraculous protection, lights and rays of love, fire and heart of love, prophecy, invisibility, Saints who knew the date of their death, the stigmata (wounds of Christ), gift of tongues, mystical fasts, mystical knowledge, incorruption of bodies after death, bodies transformed after death, voices of the dead, death warnings and other signals from the dead, "manna" and perfume from the bodies of the Saints after death, and miracles of the Saints involving earth, sea, sky, rain, snow, ice, plants, fruit and flowers, birds, bees, bugs, animals, reptiles, springs, wells, holy water and fire.
Mysteries, Marvels and Miracles is a tremendous contribution to Catholic literature and a wonderful asset to the Catholic world. Miracles are one the marks of Christ's true Church, and here the reader sees a vast panorama of Catholic miracles reaching back for centuries.
No one can read Mysteries, Marvels, Miracles without seeing that God has indeed favored the Saints with amazing gifts and marvelous powers over nature -- testifying to His own almighty power and to the truth of the Catholic Church.