Last summer, during a trip to a famous cathedral, I lit a prayer candle for my grandmother who had passed away years earlier.
Less than a week later, I heard some unexpected good news about a problem that had been troubling my family for months.
I don't know if I would call it a "miracle," but it certainly felt like my grandmother (or someone else) was looking out for me.
A cancer survivor from Wisconsin shared her own miraculous tale this week.
And it's connected to a special shrine that has inspired dozens of similar stories.
Two Years To Live
Nancy Foytik says her doctors expected the worst when they diagnosed her with stage four colon cancer.
The disease had already spread to her lungs, and they were convinced her case was terminal.
They gave her just two years to live, and Foytik says she "didn't have any hope."
But the diagnosis convinced Foytik to cross a trip off her bucket list.
She had always wanted to see Wisconsin's Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help, and this seemed like the perfect opportunity to visit the holy site.
The Miracle At Champion Shrine
Foytik says that when she visited the shrine with her family, she felt - not heard - a voice speaking to her that no one else in her family could.
The voice told her, "You're going be okay."
“We just knew when I walked out of the chapel that day that I was going to be cured,” she told Megyn Kelly this week.
And her feeling turned out to be right, in a medical miracle that stunned her doctors.