A lot of people like to rhetorically ask “If there is a God, where is the evidence?” Now there are ways to a postoriori prove deism—look, for example, at the five ways of St Thomas Aquinas—but miracles have not ceased for 2000 years, and if the media’s purpose was what most people think it is, you wouldn’t have to do individual research to come to that conclusion. Whether it is due to incompetence or maliciousnesses, most normies are convinced that there is no evidence that miracles still happen. But what is really happening is that journalists are silent, or slant their coverage of miracles to sound sensational or like a scam.
I will mention a few miracles that can be ascertained through critical thinking and historically ascertained. There was Julian the Apostate who tried to build the third temple of Jerusalem but failed. There are Eucharistic miracles, where the communion hosts turn into heart tissue. There is the shroud of Guadeloupe, which instantly exposed a painting of a bishop inside Our Lady’s eyes. There is the stigmata, both visible and visible. There are prophecies, quite specific, that show the source who gave them knows the ending from the beginning. There is Our Lady of Fatima. There is Our Lady of Zeitoun. There are incredible and scientifically inexplicable miracles at Lourdes. There are videos of stigmata. There are miracles of saints, both on earth and from heaven, including curing a nun of Parkinson’s, which is documented. There are just a few.
If these really happen, everyone should know of them. But they don’t because the media either doesn’t mention them or slants reports on them. The only one whose “miracles” they will acclaim are the false prophet’s or the antichrist’s.