Padre Pio - Fraud or not?
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09-03-2016, 09:44 PM
RE: Padre Pio - Fraud or not?
(09-03-2016 07:46 AM)horsecrazygal4110 Wrote:  Padre Pio did have medical proof. Lets get facts straight, McGill University paid out $75000 to say Padre Pio was a fraud. The Acid story is a totally ridiculous claim, was proved baseless since 1919. The ONLY liquid ever found to be used by him was iodine for his bleeding wounds. If you look through the historical evidence properly 3 Dr.s said it was no way fake. One of the Dr's Bignami who was an athiest and could find nothing to say it was fake. The papers of the day were getting paid lots to call Pio a liar and fake. Before saying there is no evidence do some University peer reviewed research into the man instead of relying on the media. The media has and always will tell lies. I do not believe any media as they are all after big money and do not care who they hurt in the process. At least if you are going to slam Padre Pio, do it with proper factual evidence. He was not a magician that is ludicrous lies or whatever anyone else thinks. The newspapers of the time lied, the pharmicist lied; if you look to that part of history there was lots of hatred towards the Catholic Church, you have to look at the history and way of life at the time.Anyway people believe what they want to believe, but I refuse to let this man be called a fake, and those who call him fake must just be happy to see the worst in people instead of seeing the good in people.

References FOR EVERYTHING and every claim. or STFU.
Then explain why the wound were in the wrong place and why a stupid god would do that, and not cure innocent children. Take your time.

Insufferable know-it-all.Einstein It is objectively immoral to kill innocent babies. Please stick to the guilty babies.
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