Chicago Miracle Child, Mary Alice Quinn and her mother's letter

Chicago Miracle Child, Mary Alice Quinn and her mother's letter
The Chicago Miracle Child - Mary Alice Quinn grave site. Photo by Edward Shanahan

by Edward Shanahan.

My experience with The Chicago Miracle Child, Mary Alice Quinn and her mother’s letter I had been given.

In 2002 I walked the grounds of Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Chicago Ridge, IL; seeking out her site and approached it with my head down, humble and my heart crying out for a miracle
for one of God’s littlest angels. I believed deep in my heart in the possibility of miracles and I was not looking for something on the paranormal side, but looking for a spiritual miracle, from the Spiritual World.

Miracle Child's Headstone by Edward Shanahan

Miracle Child’s Headstone

The miracle requested, was delivered as something Medical Specialist actually called a miracle. My story has been documented in the book ‘Voices From The Chicago Graves’  along with newspapers, told on WGN radio and my own books, about this grave site and my going there and what medically happened for a child very close to my heart.

From the book – Voices from the Chicago Graves, a book about Chicago area Paranormal Locations, as they included the story about the Healing Miracle that I knew of and is close to my heart. Below is the background about Mary Alice Quinn:

Mary Alice Quinn at a young age was visited by a religious figure. From then on she decided to devote the rest of her young life to religion and Saint Theresa. It became apparent that she had the power to heal and she used this power on sick people through out the south side of Chicago (reason for the name Miracle Child). She made it known that even after death she wanted to be able to continue to help people from beyond the grave.

She died tragically at the age of 14. But she was very determined to keep her promise as she appeared to people across the world immediately after her death in 1935 and throughout 1940’s. Soon people were visiting her grave site on a daily basis. There have been documented cases of miracles occurring at the site of the grave. People are overwhelmed even in the dead of winter, with the smell of roses at her grave site.

Above is the short story about Mary Alice Quinn.

Below is her mother’s story in a letter.

Maybe it is the respect I have for the Spiritual World and why I do what I do. It is for the people to experience, to know there is a Spiritual Side. I feel I been guided in the directions to follow to provide those experiences for individuals. No classes, just belief in and guidance from the Spiritual World.

That I believe brings me things, that I was meant to receive, and out of nowhere an individual made an appointment for a private reading by me. After the reading, she told me this letter was passed down from a family member, as that member was a friend of the family.

Today as I read the letter below, yes I had tears, as I remember as clear as yesterday, the day I held the child in my hands and wished with all my heart for the miracle for that child. Maybe some of you will have tears while reading the letter from the mother below, as she lost her child Mary Alice Quinn, a child that has become the hope for hundreds if not thousands throughout the years.

Blessings to all who seek it and believe in healing miracles, they do happen.

This letter below was something very special for me to receive and needed to share with you the belief and hope.

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Chicago Mircale Child's moms letter- page one

Chicago Mircale Child’s moms letter- page one (c) 2015 Edward Shanahan

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Chicago Mircale Child’s moms letter- page two (c) 2015 Edward Shanahan

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Chicago Mircale Child’s moms letter- page three (c) 2015 Edward Shanahan

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Chicago Mircale Child’s moms letter- page four (c) 2015 Edward Shanahan

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