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Miracles

Ernie Rea and guests discuss miracles - what are they and do we need a new definition for the 21st century?

This year, the Catholic Church declared John Henry Newman a saint following a lengthy investigation which concluded that two miraculous cures had resulted from the Cardinal’s intercession. It’s not only the Christian Church that believes in miracles. But what actually are they and should we find a new and broader definition for the 21st century? Nuclear scientist Professor Ian Hutchinson; John Thavis, former Rome Bureau Chief for the Catholic News Service and Dr Sarah Shaw, a Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies, join Ernie to discuss.

Producer: Helen Lee

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28 minutes

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Mon 30 Dec 2019 16:30

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  • Mon 30 Dec 2019 16:30

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