St. Augustine Cathedral

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My dad said that in 1983 he was at mass and he went to the restroom and he saw an apparition of an elderly lady in all black lying on the floor when he looked at her she disappeared. He later found it was St. Catherine Drexel, the founder who died in 1955. He didn’t tell his parents about this until 2014.

(Submitted by Diego B)

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192 S Stone Avenue
Tucson, AZ
United States

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32.2191274, -110.97128929999997
Pima County, Arizona
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