wonderworking


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performing or able to perform wonders or miracles

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27) This practice, well-attested for other relic shrines as well, allows the sick person to consume a substance that, by contact with the powerful relic, was believed to share its wonderworking property.
Hans Sloane upheld the efficacy of a number of wonderworking remedies in his medical practice which would later be dismissed as superstitious.
But they lived a span of years that enabled many who weren't there in the beginning to affirm their lives and their deeply held faith in a wonderworking God.
One oblique way into this breach, of course, is through the wonderworking powers of popular culture, which in today's art world frequently means Japanese popular culture.
Just as the saint's pallium--the signum of his institutional authority--is hidden away, so too are the firsthand accounts of the saint's wonderworking powers.