A Life Of Miracles

A Life Of Miracles

by Barbara M Calcagni

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A Life Of Miracles by Barbara M Calcagni

Barbara was born in unusual circumstances. She had her first encounter with the spirit world at the age of nine.

She tells about many accidents in which she believes someone from the spirit world helped her survive. She has lived a life of very strange events that may cause some people to disbelieve. This book is of true events.

Barbara tells you of a very rare medal of our Blessed Mother Mary, which came into her life.

Read about her love for her mother, and her mother's fight with breast cancer, her own bout with cancer, her near fatal heart attack, and how faith got her through.

It is a must read for any woman looking to find how to deal with those issues.

Barbara, A Life of Miracles, will have every woman talking about these stories over lunch.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780595371594
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/06/2005
Pages: 88
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.21(d)

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Step into the world of an ordinary mother, housewife, and woman who lives a life of unexplainable events, survives turmoil and misfourtune through faith and the psychic world. Starting with a near fatal bicycle accident when she was nine years old, Barbara Calcagni's life was filled with unexplainable events until she discovered a startling ability she is to this day trying to understand. The book tells of how she found a religious medal in her house when only 100 were made in 1830.How a white light came into her home and the gift she inherited from it. How she saved 84 souls in a cemetary who were unable to have enteral peace. And how she dealt with cancers of her mother and herself. It is an interesting read. It is no literary masterpiece,but you find it hard to put down. She writes like she is talking to you.Like telling you these stories while having lunch with the girls.