EXPLORE WITH THE MIRACLE HUNTER
‘Miracle Hunter” Michael O’Neill brings his investigative skills to this new EWTN travel series. He journeys to miracle sites to introduce viewers to these major events in Church history and the saints who lived them.Rent $2.99Buy $14.99
‘Miracle Hunter” Michael O’Neill travels to Lourdes to explore the details behind the Blessed Mother’s miraculous apparitions to St. Bernadette, and the healing waters that have resulted in inexplicable medical cures.
Miracle Hunter Michael O'Neill travels to Lanciano, Italy, where in 750 AD, a Basilian monk is said to have experienced the transformation of the host and wine into the Real Presence of Jesus’ Body and Blood.
PARAY- LE - MONIAL
A visit to Paray-le-monial in France, where St. Magaret Mary Alocoque first experienced dramatic visions of Jesus’ Sacred Heart. “Miracle Hunter” Michael O’Neill explores the origins of this cherished devotion.
“Miracle Hunter” Michael O’Neill travels to Naples to probe the mystery behind St. Januarius. On his feast day, the dried blood of this 3rd Century martyr is said to liquify, a sign that no harm will befall the people.
SAN GIOVANNI ROTONDO
Padre Pio, the great miracle-working saint, is Michael O'Neill’s latest subject. Journey to Italy to meet the man known worldwide for healing miracles, bilocation and exhibiting the wounds of Christ in the stigmata.
The Italian city of Assisi gave rise to two of history’s most celebrated saints. “Miracle Hunter” Michael O’Neill follows the trail of St. Francis, the first to bear the stigmata, and St. Clare, his wonder-working follower.
“Miracle Hunter” Michael O’Neill travels to Champion, Wisconsin, where the Virgin Mary appeared to Belgian farm worker Adele Brise in 1859. This is the first and only Church-approved Marian apparition in the U.S.
"Miracle Hunter" Michael O'Neill travels to Paris where the Virgin Mary appeared to St. Catherine Laboure in 1830, resulting in the most famous and widespread Catholic medal in circulation, the Miraculous Medal.
The most visited Marian shrine in the world is at Guadalupe, and “Miracle Hunter” Michael O’Neill is there to investigate how the mysterious image emblazoned on St. Juan Diego’s tilma has inspired millions of believers.
The Holy House of Loreto is where the Virgin Mary is believed to have lived and received the Annuniciation. But how did it get from Nazareth to its current home in Italy? “Miracle Hunter” Michael O’Neill investigates.
Our Lady of Prompt Succor has inspired Catholics during the darkest periods in New Orleans history, including a disastrous fire and a British attack during the War of 1812. “Miracle Hunter” Michael O’Neill investigates.
"Miracle Hunter" Michael O'Neill investigates a stunning Marian apparition in Belgium. 11 year old Mariette Beco witnessed 8 visions of the "Virgin of the Poor" who promised to intercede for the poor, sick and suffering.
Two Marian apparitions in Rome are the subject of today’s investigation. One miracle leads to the building of St. Mary Major, and the other a dramatic conversion when an anti-Catholic Jew wears a Mary Miraculous Medal.
One of history's most mysterious miraculous images appeared in 1467 when a beautiful fresco of the Virgin Mary and Christ Child was revealed descending from the clouds. “Miracle Hunter" Michael O'Neill has the story.
Travel with “Miracle Hunter" Michael O'Neill to Pontmain in France, where the Virgin Mary, under the title Our Lady of Hope appeared to farm children, and to an army precipitating the end of the Franco-Prussian War.
"Miracle Hunter" Michael O'Neill takes a trip to the famed ruins of Pompeii, where he explores the life's work of Blessed Bartolo Longo. Known as the "Apostle of the Rosary,” he performed many miracles in his life.
Explore one of the 20th century's most highly approved Marian apparition cases, as the Virgin with the Golden Heart appeared 33 times to five children at a convent school in Beauraing, Belgium. Michael O’Neill reports.
Michael O’Neill investigates a miraculous encounter at the site where St. Paul was martyred. The Virgin of Revelation’s appearance to Bruno Cornacchiola, a rabid anti-Catholic, changed both the man and the Church itself.