Many things are referred to as “miracles” these days but a true miracle is a sign of divine intervention.

At that time He cured many of their diseases, sufferings, and evil spirits; He also granted sight to many who were blind.

Luke 7: 22

Miracles are amazing signs pointing to another dimension:

Jesus accompanies his words with many “mighty works and wonders and signs”, which manifest that the kingdom is present in him and attest that he was the promised Messiah.

Catechism of the Catholic Church 547

So that you may believe:

Miracles are not against the natural order:

If anyone says that all miracles are impossible, and that therefore all reports of them, even those contained in Sacred Scripture, are to be set aside as fables or myths; or that miracles can never be known with certainty, nor can the divine origin of the Christian religion be proved from them: let him be anathema.

Vatican Council I, Dei Filius, no. 3

Miracles are signs of Jesus’ authority of nature: 

Where are the miracles in our lives today?:

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