Recognized Miraculous Cures at Lourdes

These miraculous cures have been recognized by the Church

Catherine Latapie-Chouat
1 March 1858
age 38; Loubajac, France
ulnar paralysis due to traumatic elongation of the bracial plexus for 18 months; recognized by the diocese of Tarbes, Mandate Of Monseigneur Laurence, 18 January 1862

Louis Bouriette
March 1858
age 54; Lourdes, France
Twenty-year-old injury to the right eye; blind in the eye for two years; recognized by the diocese of Tarbes, Mandate Of Monseigneur Laurence, 18 January 1862

Blaisette Cazenave née Soupéne
March 1858
aprx 50 yoa; Lourdes, France
chemosis or chronic conjunctivis with ectropion for 3 years; recognized by the diocese of Tarbes, Mandate of Monseigneur Laurence, 18 January 1862

Henri Busquet
28 April 1858
age 15; Nay, France
fistular adenitis of the base of the neck (undoubtedly tuberculous) for 15 months; recognized by the diocese of Tarbes, Mandate Of Monseigneur Laurence, 18 January 1862

Justin Bouhohorts
6 July 1858
age 2; Lourdes, France
chronic post-infective malnutrition with retarded motor development, diagnosed as “consumption”; recognized by the diocese of Tarbes, Mandate of Monseigneur Laurence, 18 January 1862

Madeleine Rizan
17 October 1858
age 58; Nay, France
left hemiplegia for 24 years; recognized by the diocese of Tarbes, Mandate Of Monseigneur Laurence, 18 January 1862

Marie Moreau
9 November 1858
age 17; Tartas, France
Major diminution of vision with inflammatory lesions especially of the right eye, progressing over 10 months; recognized by the diocese of Tarbes, Mandate of Monseigneur Laurence, 18 January 1862

Pierre de Rudder
7 April 1875
age 52; Jabbeke, Belgium
ununited fracture of the left leg with pseudarthrosis; recognized by the diocese of Bruges, Belgium on 25 July 1908

Joachime Dehant
13 September 1878
age 29; Gesves, Belgium
ulcer of the right leg with extensive gangrene; recognized by the diocese of Namur, Belgium on 25 April 1908

Elisa Seisson
29 August 1882
age 27; Rognonas, France
cardiac hypertrophy with oedema of the lower limbs; recognized by the diocese of Aix-en-Provence on 2 July 1912

Sister Eugenie, aka Marie Mabille
21 August 1883
age 28; Bernay, France
abscess in the right iliac fossa with vesical and colic fistulae; bilateral phlebitis; recognized by the diocese of Evreux, France on 30 August 1908

Sister Julienne, aka Aline Bruyere
1 September 1889
age 25; La Roque, France
cavitating pulmonary tuberculosis; recognized by the diocese of Tulle, France on 7 March 1912

Sister Josephine-Marie, aka Anne Jourdain
21 August 1890
age 36; Goincourt, France
pulmonary tuberculosis; recognized by the diocese of Beauvais, France on 10 October 1908

Amélie Chagnon
21 August 1891
age 17; Poitiers, France
tuberculous osteo-arthritis of the knee and second metatarsal of the foot; Chagnon became a Sacred Heart nun on 25 September 1894; cure recognized by the diocese of Tournai, Belgium on 8 September 1910

Clémentine Trouvé
21 August 1891
age 14; Rouille, France
osteo periostitis of the right foot with fistulae; recognized by the diocese of Paris, France on 6 June 1908

Marie Lebranchu, later Marie Wuiplier
20 August 1892
age 35; Paris, France
pulmonary tuberculosis; Koch’s bacillae present in sputum; recognized by the diocese of Paris, France on 6 June 1908

Marie Lemarchand, later Marie Authier
21 August 1892
age 18; Caen, France
pulmonary tuberculosis with ulcers of the face and legs; recognized by the parish of Paris, France on 6 June 1908

Elise Lesage
21 August 1892
age 18; Bucquoy, France
tuberculous osteo-arthritis of knee; recognized by the parish of Arras, France on 4 February 1908

Sister Marie de la Presentation, formerly Sylvanie Delporte
31 August 1893
age 46; Lille, France
chronic tuberculous gastro-enteritis; recognized 15 August 1908

Father Cirette
31 August 1893
age 46; Beaumontel, France
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis of spinal cord (aka ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease); recognized by the diocese of Evreux, France of 2 November 1907

Aurélie Huprellew
21 August 1895
age 26; Saint Martin-Le-Noeud, France
acute pulmonary tuberculosis; recognized by the diocese of Beauvais, France on 5 January 1908

Esther Brachmann
21 August 1896
age 15; Paris, France
tuberculous peritonitis; recognized by the diocese of Paris, France on 6 June 1908

Jeanne Tulasne Jeanne
8 September 1897
age 20; Tours, France
Lumbar Pott’s disease, with neuropathic club foot; recognized by the diocese of Tours, France on 27 October 1907

Clementine Malot
21 August 1898
age 25; Gaudechart, France
pulmonary tuberculosis with haemoptysis; recognized by the diocese of Beauvais, France on 11 January 1908

Rose Francois nee Rose Labreeuvoies
20 August 1899
age 36; Paris, France
fistular lymphangitis of the right arm with enormous oedema; recognized by the diocese of Paris, France on 6 June 1908

Father Salvator
25 June 1900
age 38; Rouelle, France
tuberculous peritonitis; recognized by the diocese of Rennes, France on 1 July 1908

Sister Maximilien
20 May 1901
age 43; Marseilles, France
hydatid cyst of the liver, phlebitis of the left lower limb; recognized by the diocese of Marseille, France on 5 February 1908

Marie Savoye
20 September 1901
age 24; Cateau-Cambresis, France
rheumatic mitral valvular heart disease; recognized by the diocese of Cambrai on 15 August 1908

Johanna Bezenac, born Johanna Dubos
8 August 1904
age 28; Saint Laurent-Des-Bâtons, France
cachexia and lupus of the face (probably tuberculous); recognized by the diocese of Périgueux on 2 July 1908

Sister Saint-Hilaire
20 August 1904
age 39; Peyreleau, France
abdominal tumour; recognized by the diocese of Rodez, France on 10 May 1908

Sister Sainte-Beatrix, aka Rosalie Vildier
31 August 1904
age 42; Evreux, France
laryngo-bronchitis, probably tuberculous; recognized by the diocese of Evreux, France on 25 March 1908

Marie-Therese Noblet
31 August 1905
age 15; Avenay, France
dorso-lumbar spondylitis; recognized by the diocese of Reims, France on 11 February 1908

Céline Douville De Franssu
21 September 1905
age 19; Tournai, Belgium
tuberculous peritonitis; recognized by the diocese of Versailles, France on 8 December 1909

Antonia Moulin
10 August 1907
age 30; Vienne, France
fistulous osteomyelitis of right femur with arthritis of the knee; recognized by the diocese of Grenoble 6 November 1910

Marie Borel
21-22 August 1907
age 27; Mende, France
six faecal fistulae in the lumbar and abdominal region; recognized by the diocese of Mende on 4 June 1911

Virginie Haudebourg
17 May 1908
age 22; Lons-Le-Saulnier, France
tuberculous cystitis, nephritis; recognized by the diocese of Saint-Claude on 25 November 1912

Marie Biré, born Marie Lucas
5 August 1908
age 41; Ofste-Gemme-La-Plaine, France
blindness of cerebral origin,bilateral optic atrophy; recognized by the diocese of Luçon 30 July 1910

Aimée Allpoe
28 May 1909
age 37; Vern, France
multiple tuberculous abscesses with four fistulae on the anterior abdominal wall; recognized by diocese of Angers, France on 5 August 1910

Juliette Orion
22 July 1910
age 24; Saint Hilaire-De-Voust, France
pulmonary and laryngeal tuberculous, suppurating left mastoiditis; recognized by the diocese of Luçon on 18 October 1913

Marie Fabre
26 September 1911
age 32; Montredon, France
chronic inflammatory bowel disease, uterine prolapse; recognized by the diocese of Cahors on 8 September 1912

Henriette Bressolles
3 July 1924
age 28; Nice, France
Pott’s disease, paraplegia; recognized by the diocese of Nice, France on 4 June 1957

Lydia Brosse
11 October 1930
age 41; Saint-Raphael, France
multiple tuberculous fistulae with wide undermining in the left buttock; recognized by the diocese of Coutances on 5 August 1958

Sister Marie-Marguerite born Françoise Capitaine
22 January 1937
age 64; Rennes, France
abscess of the left kidney with phlyctenular oedema and “cardiac crises”; recognized by the diocese of Rennes on 20 May 1946

Louise Jamain later Louise Maître
1 April 1937
age 22; Paris, France
pulmonary, intestinal and peritoneal tuberculosis; recognized by the diocese of Paris, France on 14 December 1951

Francis Pascal
31 August 1938
age 3 years and 10 months; Beaucaire, France
blindness, paralysis of the lower limbs; recognized by the diocese of Aix-en-Provence, France on 31 May 1949

Gabrielle Clauzel
15 August 1943
age 49; Oran, Algeria
Rheumatic spondylosis; bed-ridden with problems involving kidneys, liver and digestive system. Weighed 70 pounds by August 1943. It was the middle of World War II, and a pilgrimage was impossible. On the Feast of the Assumption, 15 August 1943, a Mass was said for her at Lourdes, and she was taken to her local church for Mass. She showed signs of great agitation during Communion, but then laid quietly on her stretcher until the church had cleared. She then got up, walked to the altar, and gave thanks; she had waited until the other parishioners had left in order not to cause a scene. She was found to be completely healed, and the cure was recognized by the diocese of Oran, Algérie on 18 March 1948.

Yvonne Fournier
19 August 1945
age 22; Limoges, France
extending and progressive post-traumatic syndrome of left upper limb (Leriche’s syndrome); recognized by the diocese of Paris, France on 14 November 1959

Rose Martin, born Rose Perona
3 July 1947
age 46; Nice, France
cancer of the uterine cervix (epithelioma of the cylindrical glands); recognized by the diocese of Nice, France on 17 March 1958

Jeanne Gestas, born Jeanne Pelin
22 August 1947
age 50; Bègles, France
dyspeptic disorders with post-operative obstructive episodes; recognized by the diocese of Bordeaux on 13 July 1952

Marie-Therese Canin
9 October 1947
age 37; Marseilles, France
Dorso-lumbar Pott’s disease and tuberculous peritonitis with fistulae; recognized by the diocese of Marseilles, France on 6 June 1952

Maddalena Carini
15 August 1948
age 31; San Remo, Italy
peritoneal, pleuro-pulmonary and bony tuberculosis with coronary disease; recognized by the diocese of Milan, Italy on 2 June 1960

Leanne Frétel
8 October 1948
age 34; Rennes, France
tuberculous peritonitis; recognized by the diocese of Rennes, France on 20 November 1950

Théa Angèle, later Sister Marie-Mercédes
20 May 1950
age 20; Tettnang, Germany
multiple sclerosis for six years; recognized by the diocese of Tarbes-Lourdes on 28 June 1961

Evasio Ganora
2 June 1950
age 37; Casale, Italy
Hodgkin’s disease; recognized by the diocese of Casale, Italy on 31 May 1955

Edeltraut Fulda, later Edeltraut Haidinger
12 August 1950
age 34; Wien, Austria
Addison’s disease; recognized by the diocese of Vienne, Austria on 18 May 1955

Colonel Paul Pellegrin
3 October 1950
age 52; Toulon, France
Post-operative fistula following a liver abscess in 1948. By the time of his pilgrimage in France on 8 December 1953.

Brother Schwager Léo
30 April 1952
age 28; Fribourg, Switzerland
multiple sclerosis for five years; recognized by the diocese of Fribourg, Switzerland on 18 December 1960

Alice Couteault, born Alice Gourdon
15 May 1952
age 34; Bouille-Loretz, France
multiple sclerosis for three years; recognized by the diocese of Poitiers, France on 16 July 1956

Marie Bigot
8 October 1953 and 10 October 1954
age 31 and 32; La Richardais, France
arachnoiditis of posterior fossa (blindness, deafness, hemiplegia); recognized by the diocese of Rennes, France 15 August 1956

Ginette Nouvel, born Ginette Fabre
21 September 1954
age 26; Carmaux, France
Budd-Chiari disease (supra-hepatic venous thrombosis); recognized by the diocese of Albi on 31 May 1963

Elisa Aloi, later Elisa Varcalli
5 June 1958
age 27; Patti, Italy
tuberculous osteo-arthritis with fistulae at multiple sites in the right lower limb; recognized by the diocese of Messine, Italy on 26 May 1965

Juliette Tamburini
17 July 1959
age 22; Marseilles, France
femoral osteoperiostitis with fistulae, epistaxis, for ten years; recognized by the diocese of Marseille, France on 11 May 1965

Vittorio Micheli
1 June 1963
age 23; Scurelle, Italy
Sarcoma (cancer) of pelvis; tumor so large that his left thigh became loose from the socket, leaving his left leg limp and paralyzed. After taking the waters, he was free of pain, and could walk. By February 1964 the tumor was gone, the hip joint had recalcified, and he returned to a normal life. Recognized by the diocese of Trento, Italy on 26 May 1976.

Serge Perrin
1 May 1970
age 41; Lion D’Angers, France
Recurrent right hemiplegia, with ocular lesions, due to bilateral carotid artery disorders. Symptoms, which included headache, impaired speech and vision, and partial right-side paralysis began without warning in February 1964. During the next six years he became wheelchair-confined, and nearly blind. While on pilgrimage to Lourdes in April 1970, his symptoms became worse, and he was near death on 30 April. Wheeled to the Basilica for the Ceremony the next morning, he felt a sudden warmth from head to toe, his vision returned, and he was able to walk unaided. First person cured during the Ceremony of the Anointing of the Sick. Recognized by the diocese of Angers, France on 17 June 1978.

Delizia Cirolli, later Delizia Costa
24 December 1976
age 12; Paterno, Italy
Ewing’s Sarcoma of right knee; recgonized by the diocese of Catania, Italy on 28 June 1989

Jean-Pierre Bély
9 October 1987
age 51; French
multiple sclerosis; recognized by the diocese of Angoulême on 9 February 1999