Miracles of God's Love

by Catherine J.M. Hughes



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/25/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 40
ISBN : 9781504988230
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 40
ISBN : 9781504988247

About the Book

This book contains the testimonies of Catherine’s experiences, which are profound miracles of God’s love. Catherine was fourteen and in her foster home. After a nightmare one night, she had an awesome vision and an encounter with the mother of Jesus. From the age of seven, she had been to a Church of England Sunday school with her next-door neighbour Noreen, so she knew about the stories of Jesus, but she did not know anything about the Catholic Church. But the main, most awesome event occurred when she was seventeen. From Page 9 Suddenly I was going full speed down a tunnel, and I felt safe as though God was taking me somewhere. Then I came to a light so bright and dazzling. I arrived at a beautiful garden rich in colour, with fresh grass, flowers, trees, and streams. Clear golden roads led to mansions in the distance, and young people were talking and children playing in fields and gardens whilst angels flew all around. It was paradise, and the sound of music was everywhere, with a complete sense of peace and love. Then there came a bright light, and Jesus appeared. These and other miracles changed Catherine’s life. There is another miracle related in this book about a statue and prayers that the Lord gave her to help her grow closer to him. Catherine’s second book, “A Flickering Light Becomes Aglow,” follows on and contains the full stories of Catherine’s life experiences.

About the Author

I was given the name Jean Mary Hughes when I was born on the 18 of February 1954 to Grace and James Hughes at a hospital in Doncaster. When I was two, my mother was killed in a car accident. I was then placed in an orphanage in Guildford, Surrey, as my father was unable to cope and left to start a new life in the USA. I was told this by Aunty Mary, my father’s sister. I received my name Catherine when I was baptised.