Saint Teresa of Cabora

Santa Teresa de Cabora

Dear Teresa Urrea, Santa de Cabora,
Though you healed thousands, influenced the course of Mexican revolution and the inevitable overthrow of Porfirio Diaz’ regime, you remained humble and maintained that you were just a normal person that wanted to help people. In these trying times, send your spirit and guidance to your people. Allow us to heal and create, as you did, by acknowledging the connection between all people and the value of all life. With thankfulness for your legacy of healing.

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She was born October 15, 1873. She was 12 years 3 months and 15 days old when she died in January of 1885, at 10:30 am. And at 10 p.m., during the vigil for her, she rose from the dead with help and mercy of All-Holy God. We bring this retablo for the miracle.

Cabora, Sonora

Teresa Urrea (1873–1906), also known as Santa Teresa of Cabora, was a mexican folk healer. She experienced religious visions and believed she had the gift of healing.

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