The Vatican has secretly attributed a mystery miracle to the Pope John Paul II, clearing the way for him to be declared a saint.
Vatican top brass, known as The Holy See, have yet to reveal what the miracle was or where and when it took place but Vatican sources said it would “amaze the world”.
It is believed to be the “extraordinary healing” of a Costa Rican woman who was cured of a severe brain injury after her family began praying to the memory of the late Polish pope, according to reports in the Italian media.
Details of the miracle are likely to be announced at the end of this month or at the beginning of July, a Vatican insider told wownews.co.uk.
John Paul II was beatified — the first step towards sainthood — in a lavish outdoor ceremony in St Peter’s Square in May 2011.
The second miracle — which is required in order for him to be given full sainthood — reportedly occurred on the very day of his beatification.