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      St. Charbel Holy Healing Oil-Pediatric Fundraiser

      St. Charbel Holy Healing Oil-Pediatric Fundraiser

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      More than 29,000 miraculous healings have been attributed to his intercession!

      The Holy Oil of St Charbel is an oil that traditionally is used to anoint the sick in the name of the Lord. 

      Pray to God through St Charbel to heal mind, body and soul.

      The Holy Oil is typically applied to the forehead or the part of the body that is sick.  Say a prayer to God and St Charbel of your intentions and pray with great faith. 


      A few months after his death, a bright light was seen surrounding his tomb and the superiors opened it to find his body still intact.

      After that day, a blood-like liquid flowed from his body.

      Experts and doctors were unable to give medical explanations for the incorruptibility and flexibility.

      In 1950 and 1952, his tomb was opened and his body still had the appearance of a living one.

      Additionally, the 1950 television tape of his exhumation showed his body as still intact, despite the grave having become severely rusty.

      The official site mentions: In this century his grave has been opened four times, the last time being in 1955, and each time "it has been noticed that his bleeding body still has its flexibility as if it were alive”.

      The Catholic Tradition website says: "Father Joseph Mahfouz, the postulator of the cause, certified that in 1965 the body of Saint Charbel was still preserved intact with no alteration.



      Among the many miracles attributed to hi, the Catholic Church chose two to confirm his beatification, and a third for his canonization:

      • the healing of Sister Mary Abel Kamari of the Sacred Hearts
      • the healing of Iskandar Naim Obeid
      • the healing of Mariam Awad

      A great number of other miracles have been attributed to him since his death. The most famous is that of Nohad El Shami, a 55-year-old woman at the time of the miracle who was healed from partial paralysis. She tells that on the night of January 22, 1993, she dreamt of two Maronite monks standing next to her bed. One put his hands on her neck and operated on her, relieving her from her pain, while the other held a pillow behind her back. When she awoke, she found two wounds in her neck, one on each side. She was completely healed and recovered her ability to walk. She believed it was the saint who healed her, but did not recognize the other monk. The next night, she dreamt of him, who said: "I did the surgery to let people see and return to faith. I ask you to visit the hermitage on the 22nd of every month, and attend Mass regularly for the rest of your life”. People now gather on the 22nd of each month to pray and attend Mass in the hermitage of Saint Charbel in Annaya

      In 1994, a Lebanese Maronite Catholic named Raymond Nader was praying at the hermitage in Annaya when he had a mystical experience. “I found myself in another world…I saw a strange and amazing Light unlike any light I had ever seen; it was a sea of light that extended from one end of the universe to the other. I wanted that Light to stay permanently.” After the vision, Nader was leaving when his arm felt hot and itchy near the statue of Saint Charbel. When he rolled up his sleeve in his car, he saw the imprint of five fingers. “They were engraved like a hand on my arm and encircled by a red glare as if imprinted through fire. But I felt nothing but warmth.”

      Dr. Nabil Hokayem, a plastic surgeon from Beirut, examined the mark and believed it was a third degree burn despite not causing Nader pain. The mark has since repeatedly faded and returned. Inspired by his experience, in 1995 Nader began a prayer group called the Family of Saint Charbel. Its mission is “to contribute to the Catholic Church’s evangelizing mission through living the spirituality of Saint Charbel in the world.” Nader claims Saint Charbel has appeared to him many more times, and 16 of the saint's locutions to Nader have been published.




      We do what we say we do!
      God bless you for considering this Fundraiser

      The needs of the Pediatric Giving Mission are increasing by the day... the requests keep pouring in and we are down to just a handful of helpers.

      Yes, we use funds from orders to provide for this, but I have been running such crazy specials that sometimes there is little to nothing left over.

      As you know, we provide gas and grocery gift cards for those dealing with a gravely or terminally ill child..we have paid for surgeries, special formulas and diets, mortgages and rent (we have even had families stay with us), provided transportation, etc.

      ---Some of the many wee ones we've helped---

      ---HELP IF YOU CAN----

      Here is a post, from a recipient of what we do,.

      L**** and I were one of the precipitants of This mission. She is right. My parking was 9 per day for 3 months. Then on top of that food cost me approximately 15 per day. That was cheap - I got vouchers for $5.00 per meal. So somedays I did not eat or made meals last for more then one meal. Had to. Parking was $810. Food was $1,300. Then you have normal household bills and I have 3 animals I had to pay to have people come and take care of them. At first I had my dog in the Kennel for 1/2 the time. That was about 500. It is VERY expensive to have a sick child. That was Just ONE hospital stay. We have had numerous ones. Some only a few days, some a week or two. Without their help we would of gone fully under!

      From providing necessary funds to actually having families stay with us...we DO what we say we do!


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