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Our Lady of Caravaggio

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Our Lady of Caravaggio

Our Lady of Caravaggio is a reported apparition of the Virgin Mary at Caravaggio Italy in 1432.

The apparition was reported by Gianetta Varoli, an Italian peasant, whose husband suffered from alcoholism.


  • Ebenezer Cobham, 1901, A Dictionary of Miracles Published by

Chatto & Windus, available in digital form.

  • Library of Iberian Resources, Medieval Apparitions: [1]
  • Catholic Daily [2]
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