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Our Lady of the Snows

Our Lady of the Snows

Living in Midwest, I have come to expect snow every winter. I recently sent a gift of fake snowballs to my four nephews who live in South Carolina. Snow is a rarity there. When it does fall, it doesn’t usually accumulate enough to make snowballs.

Anyone who has visited Rome in the summer months knows that snow in August would be a miracle. But that’s what legend says happened in the year 352. Find out more about Our Lady of the Snows here.

Image credit: Viktor Foerster, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

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