imageMike Stechschulte, in this Port Huron paper, writes:

I’m often asked by skeptics why God doesn’t just manifest himself if he wants the world to believe. Surely if God would just send down a miracle or two older than the first century, it would be all over the papers, and scores would flock to faith.

But the problem isn’t with God. The problem is with us editors.

The Catholic Church has a rich history of the miraculous, from the incorruptible bodies of the saints, to apparitions of Jesus and the Virgin Mary, to the Shroud of Turin. . . .

Full article: Miracles meant for us doubting Thomases | The Times Herald |